What would you do if your spouse came down with a life-threatening illness? What would you want your kids to know about you? What would you want them to know about marriage and family if you weren’t around to be a mentor for them later in life? These are the kinds of questions that Hal…
Jeannie Fulbright shared on celebrating your marriage. I’m sharing some snippets from her session at Apologia Live.
Guest post on Chapter 2 of HEART from Rebecca of Mom’s Mustard Seeds: It’s a beautiful story we (girls) grow up watching… Cinderella, Snow White… well, ok, not completely beautiful – they have horrible lives, but then, Prince Charming comes along and sweeps them off of their feet and they live ‘happily ever after… … … ‘
or so the story ends.
What are my kids learning from my marriage? They are always watching me and learning from me. So, what are they learning from my marriage?
God’s intention for marriage is oneness (or unity) and sacrifice. Marriage is supposed to be a picture or example of our relationship with God.
Happily Ever After. Doesn’t it sound lovely? That’s one of the reasons I chose to read and review this book, but the real motivation was the author. This book is written by Gary Chapman who is also the author of one of my favorite marriage and relationship books, The Five Love Languages. Josh and I…