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Category Archives: Marriage
Today’s post is from my friend Angie. She wrote it for our local newspaper and I told her that it had to be shared on the blog. I hope it encourages you in the same way it encouraged me! **************************************************************** … Continue reading
Last week I received a Facebook message from Amber. Her story was so powerful I just knew I had to share it with you! Amber let the No More Perfect Moms message change a friend’s marriage and spark a ministry … Continue reading
Happy 53rd Wedding Anniversary Mom and Dad! Because I think we should always be learning from those who are farther along on the journey, I asked my parents if I could interview them today. They were happy to oblige. … Continue reading
Today’s post is from 2013 Hearts at Home conference speakers Milan and Kay Yerkovich. Their book How We Love was a game-changer in our marriage. Their focus is emotional health in marriage and their resources are changing marriages all over … Continue reading
Mark and I came from very different upbringings. This made for very different perspectives about many aspects of family life. It’s also set the stage for conflict. In the early years, we tried to find common ground when one of … Continue reading
I heard a quote the other day that caught my attention. It was simply this: The most radical thing you can do today is to be present. That hit home! I realized that my kids can walk in the door, … Continue reading
I recently watched this video and it brought tears to my eyes. Love is a choice and this man has chosen to love his wife. Grab a kleenex and be encouraged. (If you get my posts by email and don’t … Continue reading
One thing Mark and I have found to be important in our marriage is staying in touch throughout the day. We used to share a phone call over the lunch hour, but we’ve moved to texting off and on throughout … Continue reading
Thirty years ago today Mark and I said “I do.” My 19-year-old mind had danced with visions of perfection of both our wedding day and our marriage relationship. My 23-year-old husband had similar expectations. The day of our wedding turned … Continue reading
Thirty times on June 25, we have celebrated our wedding anniversary. Over the years we’ve celebrated in many different ways: 1) We’ve written love notes to each other. 2) We’ve gone away for an overnight at a hotel in town. … Continue reading