Red Flags in Dating
How do you know when to walk away?

In every dating relationship there are “red flags.” If you can’t identify them, most likely you don’t know the guy very well. He’s perpetually late, insensitive, or maybe there is no spark between you. We are all fallen human beings, bent on ...

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Your Most Important Work Isn't at Work
What is more important than your to-do list?
Your Most Important Work Isn't at Work

I’m one of those “career driven” people. I got my first job when I was 14 as a waitress, not because my parents made me but because I wanted to work. In high school, I read Jack Welsch books because I decided I wanted to run a major business when I grew ...

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Does your Husband Need Sex?
Why it's not an obligation, it's good news
Does your Husband <i>Need</i> Sex?

In many marriages (but not all), sexual intimacy is very high on a husband’s list. In books like William Harley’s His Needs, Her Needs, sex is listed as the number one thing a husband needs in marriage. Many men would nod in agreement and tell their wives in so ...

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The Supreme Court Approves Same-Sex Marriage
A Christian response
The Supreme Court Approves Same-Sex Marriage

Can a person live a gay lifestyle and follow Christ? Is it even fair to ask someone with same-sex attraction to live a celibate life? Is Scripture’s teaching on this matter clear? Homosexuality is a divisive topic among Christians and in the broader culture, as evidenced ...

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Is There Really a 7-Year Itch?
4 practical things you can do to protect your marriage
Is There Really a 7-Year Itch?

My husband and I are leading a Bible study with mostly newlywed couples. After a few weeks, we noticed how often we referred to the seven-year-something . . . itch? pit? slump? The other couples in the group started nervously teasing about what terrible blockade may lay in ...

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How to Prioritize Your Husband
3 ways to pick your spouse over other commitments
How to Prioritize Your Husband

Recently my husband and I were talking to our engaged friends about showing each other love through service. The husband-to-be said, “I feel like you treat a lot of your friends better than you treat me. When they come over, you’re willing to cook a full meal, ...

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No More Hide and Seek
Why you should share your secrets
No More Hide and Seek

Ollie, Ollie oxen free! Come out, come out wherever you are! These are phrases we used as children in games of hide and seek. They mean that it’s safe to come out of hiding. Do you wonder what life would be like if it were truly safe to come out of hiding?

Hide and seek ...

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