A submissive wife. Are you kidding me? You want me to be my husband's slave? You want me to do everything he tells me to do and bow to him? I hear it all the time from women in online groups and forums. Whether it is assumed that the wife is to be a passive participant while her husband bosses her around or that she is to wait on him hand and foot while he does nothing and barks orders at her; ... Read More about What Does it Mean to Be a Submissive Wife?
Recently, I was offered the opportunity by the publishing house, Crosslink", to review the book Love Lock: Creating Lasting Connections with the One You Love by Rich Rollins, D.Min. and Marty Trammel, Ph.D. As a ministry leader with a focus on resources to strengthen marriages, I was anxious to check it out. About the Authors The authors have each written several books about the ... Read More about Reviewing Love Lock: Creating Lasting Connections With The One You Love
Courage for Life One of the great perks of being a blogger and ministry leader is the opportunities to review great Christian products. Recently, I was offered the opportunity to review the Courage for Life Bible App and the devotional, She is Strong and Courageous, by ministry founder, Ann White. Both the app and the book are published by Broadstreet Publishing, a well-known ... Read More about Courage For Life Bible App And Devotional: A Review
As we continue our series on women in the Bible, I would be remiss if I didn't include Miriam in our study. Miriam is a portrait of courage, deep family connections, leadership and a faithful life. On the other hand, she is a portrait of the effects of gossip and words that tear others down. If you are not familiar with the story of Miriam in the Bible, let's do a quick ... Read More about 9 Significant Lessons We Can Learn Miriam In The Bible
Since the day my children were born, we have made it an important family practice to share meals together everyday. When they were younger, and involved in sports and other activities, this often meant eating dinner at 4:30pm or even 8:00pm, but family dinnertime was non negotiable. Now that my children are grown and we still have two living with us, we continue to insist ... Read More about 12 Surprising Benefits Of Family Mealtimes