Shadows draw us to look for the reality they picture. A good marriage shows God’s shadow. Such a marriage is one of the finest forms of evangelism.
Sometimes our kids become our teachers. What have you learned from your kids? Here’s some kid-wisdom I’ve learned from mine.Read more
My husband and I process reality very differently. Does he suffer from deficits (that I should fix), or did God intend that our differences stir passion?
When we wives use “weapon-words” to get our husbands to shape-up, they typically back off. So what does impact our husband’s hearts?
Is God hopelessly outdated when He says “the husband is head of the wife”? Or is biblical headship God’s up-to-date gift?
We’re entering the last portion of our earthly togetherness, my husband and I. Perhaps we’ll have a decade or two more here with each other… but perhaps not. As awareness of our mortality draws nearer, we’re surprised by the sweetness of its presence. It’s taken us years and years to learn, but now? Now we’re tasting the ripe fruit of learning to love.Read more
My husband and I have celebrated a lot of anniversaries. I wouldn’t exactly call the two of us old … I prefer the word “mature.” Mature fits. All these married years have brought a degree of maturity. When we speak we do so from considerable experience. I’d like to share with you some important things we’ve learned over the years, both about our intimate relationship and about the faithful commitment that supports its beauty. Please, take these words deep into your heart….Read more