Tag Archives: marriage

there is love

**this is a cheesy post** consider yourself warned** Today is my twentieth wedding anniversary, I was married at 1 p.m. CST. When my husband and I were engaged, we set our watches to 1 p.m. on the synchronization dial, just … Continue reading

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falling again and again

I have been walking with Christ for as long as I have known my husband, it’s one of the biggest parts of my faith. My faith journey is completely separate from him but it also runs parallel with him. During … Continue reading

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submit? what?

I admit submit could fall into the “four” letter category by default.  It causes strong-willed people to bristle at the idea when advised they should submit and those who are meek-spirited to often cringe. So many people get hung up on … Continue reading

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“Love”

Valentine’s Day is this weekend. A person would have to live under a rock to not know– Jewelers have their commercials to show the “clueless” boyfriend/husband/significant other what she “really wants” this year. Stores advertise their plush animals, cards, candy, … Continue reading

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Mundane Marriage

When the excitement of the wedding wears off, we are left with the day-to-day activities which can quickly become boring, routine, and done without emotion. In short, it becomes mundane. Once the rhythm of marriage has begun, our actions and … Continue reading

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Love and marriage

This weekend my husband and I will celebrate our anniversary. When we got married, our wedding verse was 1 Corinthians 2:9 which says, “No eye has seen, no ear has heard, no mind has conceived, what God has planned for … Continue reading

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