December 21, 2017

GUEST POST by Katie M. Reid Are you struggling this season? Struggling to find joy? Struggling to make end’s meet? Struggling to keep things fresh in the midst of tradition and familiarity? You know what? It’s okay to be struggling. Struggle doesn’t mean you are a failure, it means you are human.  In fact, the Bible says so… (more…) Read more

December 19, 2017

Chip and Joanna Gaines are pretty much a household name after all the success they have had on HGTV’s Fixer Upper and their many business ventures including Magnolia Farms and the recent debut of their home goods line at Target called Hearth and Hand with Magnolia. If you watch their show, you can see the obvious chemistry that the couple share. Many wonder how a married couple can stay so close and happy while working together in multiple businesses and… Read more

December 18, 2017

How we handle disagreements will greatly affect the health and strength of our marriage. It’s healthy to talk things out, but there is a right way and a wrong way to do it. Dave and I have certainly had our share of disagreements, and we often talk to couples who have seriously hurt their partner simply because they don’t know how to navigate arguments. There are a few DOs and DON’Ts that we need to keep in mind when arguing… Read more

December 15, 2017

Christmas is right around the corner!  In the midst of purchasing gifts and attending holiday parties, it’s easy to feel like we’re running around in circles and losing our Christmas spirit. Not to mention, all these things can be hard on our budget! However, it’s not too late to take back your Christmas mojo and celebrate the real meaning of this holiday season with your family. Here are 5 FUN AND INEXPENSIVE activities you can do with your family that… Read more

December 14, 2017

GUEST POST by Stephanie from the Christian music duo, Out of the Dust It took all of five seconds for my life to be pulled out from under me. The words, “I don’t believe in God anymore and I don’t want to be married anymore,” unapologetically came out of my husband’s mouth. To say I was blindsided would be a laughable understatement. I had a choice to make. I could play the victim. I could lash out, blame him, let… Read more

December 12, 2017

GUEST POST by Debra Fileta “On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me….” There are lots of ways to say “I love you” during the holidays, aren’t there? And according to the above Christmas song, even a couple breeds of random birds are enough to do the trick! But truly, Christmas is the greatest “I love you” all. It’s the ferocious “I love you” from the throne of heaven, because it’s about a God who became… Read more

December 9, 2017

Have you ever thought about what it would have been like for those people that physically encountered Jesus and actually had a conversation with Him? I have. And, if I’m honest, it’s hard for me to fathom. Knowing what I know about the Prince of Peace, King of Kings, and Risen Lord and Savior, I imagine that I would have been awestruck and utterly unable to speak at all.  Recently, I read a devotional that really opened my eyes to… Read more

December 2, 2017

I LOVE being a mom. It is one of the greatest blessings in my life. But, if I’m honest, motherhood has been really hard on my marriage at times. And, over the past year, I’ve found out that I’m not the only married mom who feels this way. (more…) Read more

November 25, 2017

You know that old John Mayer song, “Say What You Mean to Say”? It’s so simple, yet profound, right? Why is it so hard to simply say what we actually mean at times? And, why is this especially tricky in a marriage? (more…) Read more

November 13, 2017

When we come together in marriage, we become one, but it doesn’t mean that we are going to agree on everything. In fact, you can pretty much guarantee disagreements simply based on the differences that come with being male and female and having different upbringings. We aren’t going to see eye to eye ALL the time, and sometimes, it will be hard to swallow. So, how do we handle it? Here are 4 things to remember when you and your… Read more

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