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- 04/30/15 Jill Savage in DeKalb, IL at Crossview EFCA Church — Moms Connected
- 05/01/15 Jill Savage in Champaign, IL at Windsor Road Christian Church — Ladies Night Out
- 05/06/15 Jill Savage in Delavan, IL at Delavan United Methodist Church
- 05/11/15 Jill Savage in Bloomington, IL at Kiwanis Club Prayer Breakfast — 2nd Presbyterian Church
- 09/09/15 Jill Savage in Sheridan, IL at Fox River Lutheran Moms Group
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This past Tuesday, we read a letter in the Dear Abby column in our local newspaper. Signed “Happier Than Ever,” the author of the letter shared how a simple change in routine THAT COST ABSOLUTELY NOTHING transformed her marriage. After … Continue reading
Mark and I have been working with our teenage sons this year on the concept of “freedoms.” We recently sat down with the boys and had a discussion about how we use our time. We discussed three categories that our … Continue reading
Today’s Marriage Monday will be the last new one until the new year. Starting Wednesday, Dec 23 through Tuesday, January 4 (the two weeks our boys are off school), I’ll be taking off two weeks of active blogging. During those … Continue reading
You can catch some “living with less” encouragement this week in a couple of media outlets. Later this week, I’ll be continuing my weekly discussions with Sterling on K-Love about strategies for a “less is more” Christmas. And Wednesday morning, … Continue reading
We’ve talked for the past few weeks about the importance of “download” time. We’ve explored the importance of intentionally making your marriage better. But what if you’re the only one in your marriage interested in making your marriage better? Today’s … Continue reading
Mark and I have been reading a book together called Your Spouse Isn’t The Person You Married: Keeping Your Love Strong Through Life’s Changes by Paul and Teri Reisser. Today’s Marriage Monday is focused on staying connected to your spouse … Continue reading
The Bible says that when we get married the two become one. Becoming one doesn’t mean that we lose our individuality. It does, however, mean that no longer make decisions without considering and/or consulting our partner. Today’s Marriage Monday is … Continue reading
Every person is created differently. We have different personalities. Different needs. Different capacity levels. Today’s Marriage Monday explores the concept of capacity in marriage. Mark says… Dictionary.com defines capacity as “the ability to perform or withstand.” Jill and I use the … Continue reading
Jill says…In the same way that a woman longs to be loved, a man longs to be respected. In fact, if a woman feels loved she will likely respect her husband. And if a man feels respected, he will naturally … Continue reading
Mark and I spend alot of time mentoring broken marriages. A large percentage of those relationships are broken because of infidelity. And most of the time those affairs happened not because someone set out to have an affair, but because … Continue reading
Today’s a holiday…the kids are out of school…and we’re returning from an overnight in Indiana where we celebrated Mark’s mom birthday with a surprise party. So today’s Marriage Monday will depart from it’s normal routine. We have one simple question … Continue reading
The marriage relationship is directly affected by the emotional health of each partner. Once we get married, it’s important that we continue to grow emotionally, because it will strengthen our ability to relate to our partner. Today’s Marriage Monday is … Continue reading