Marriage

What Your Husband Needs From You (and no, it’s not sex!)

Keeping with the theme of Christian marriage and great blog articles, today I am honored to have guest, Denise Renae, from her blog. She will explain to us what your husband needs from you, and not its not sex! Denise explains why a critical spirit and lack of encouragement are just a few of the things that… Continue reading What Your Husband Needs From You (and no, it’s not sex!)

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Four Ways To Increase Intimacy in Your Marriage

Today, my guest blogger, Jenny, from My Autumn Reflections provides some more great information on how a husband and wife can become more intimate within their boundaries of marriage. Please join me in reading her words of wisdom below.  4 Ways to Increase Intimacy in Your Marriage   What is intimacy? According to google it is close familiarity… Continue reading Four Ways To Increase Intimacy in Your Marriage

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Guest Post: 5 Simple Ways to Pull Your Marriage Out of A Stall

In my series on Christian marriage, I was honored to have Jenny from My Autumn Reflections hop over and share her wise words of counsel on marriages stuck in a rut. At My Autumn Reflections,  Jenny blogs about parenting, marriage, a relationship with God, life skills, healing from past hurts, establishing healthy boundaries in relationships and more. Please join… Continue reading Guest Post: 5 Simple Ways to Pull Your Marriage Out of A Stall

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Guest Post: Being Your Husband’s Helpmeet: What it Actually Means

Over 50% of marriages end in divorce. Divorce is tragic. Nobody is unscathed when a divorce occurs. Children are wounded, and often left bitter and angry, and stuck in the middle between parents. The wife and husband are typically affected on all levels-spiritually, emotionally, physically, and financially. How many of these divorces could have been… Continue reading Guest Post: Being Your Husband’s Helpmeet: What it Actually Means

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How Grieving Parents Can Honor the Memory of Their Child During the Holidays

  Holidays and Grieving Every year at Christmas I struggle with my emotions.  This would have been my son David’s fifth Christmas.  He would have loved everything about Christmas. The wonder of the Christmas lights on the tree at night. The Christmas songs we sing at church. The festive decorations in the stores.  His joy would… Continue reading How Grieving Parents Can Honor the Memory of Their Child During the Holidays

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How We Clean Our 7,000 (square foot) House in Less Than One Hour

THE MOVE Four years ago we moved from a 1,000 square foot house to a 7,000 square foot house.  At that time we had five small children.  We were extremely content at our old house. We lived a minimalistic lifestyle and kept things simple. The only reason we moved to a different house was due… Continue reading How We Clean Our 7,000 (square foot) House in Less Than One Hour

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GUEST POST: Useful Strategies to Combat Holiday Stress

Today my guest blogger from Sincerely Christi  has compiled some useful strategies that will help us learn how to combat the stress happens around the holiday season. Please join me and learn some helpful strategies for alleviating holiday stress. Useful Strategies to Combat Holiday Stress The holiday season is quickly approaching and with it, comes lots of… Continue reading GUEST POST: Useful Strategies to Combat Holiday Stress