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When You're Married to an Introvert
When You're Married to an Introvert
How this extrovert has learned to love his spouse
Diving for Olympic Gold
Was I pushing my daughter into my dreams for her?
Spiraling into Insecurity
Spiraling into Insecurity
I know God loves me . . . so why do I feel so insecure?
Conquering Stepdad Mountain
Conquering Stepdad Mountain
It's a long, hard climb, and you need to be prepared.
Parenting Again, Like It or Not
What to do when you find yourself caring for your child's child
In a Difficult Marriage?
Some things you can do to stick it out
Alcohol and My Child
I felt so powerless to help my son with his addiction
Are You Taking Your Husband for Granted?
Are You Taking Your Husband for Granted?
Learn from my mistakes before it's too late for your marriage.
A Challenge to the Chronically Underchallenged
The message much of the church gives women—and what we should do about that.
How We Define Ourselves
Like us, our children need to understand that life really is all about God
In the Midst of Enduring Hardships
I had a lot in common with Nik Wallenda, who walked across the Niagara Falls on a tightrope. But could I succeed and survive too?
Marriage Takes Courage
Marriage Takes Courage
In great battles, God often starts by redirecting heroes.

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