In a time where the divorce rate has risen to around 50%, the culture believes it has marriage all figured out. But in order for marriage to work as it was intended, we have to go back to the source, the blueprint, and the original intent for marriage - in order to cherish it and save it.
It’s a simple fact: most young Christians will walk away from the Church during (or before) their college years. Like other Christian parents, I’m animated to work as hard as I can to address this dilemma, for my own kids and for the next generation of believers.
While I certainly haven’t completely figured out how to navigate the time period from November to early January, there are a few things I’ve learned as a single adult that make the season more enjoyable. It’s certainly not a definitive list—mainly because everyone’s situation is different—but it’s a good place to start.
We all journey into marriage with our hearts brimming over with hopes and dreams. But a lot can happen between the “I do” at the altar and the years that follow. We can end up married to someone yet emotionally, mentally, spiritually and physically disengaged.
It is not always easy to give thanks, but this is the very thing we must do in order to see God's will accomplished in our lives. This is how we move into higher realms of faith for ourselves, for our city, and for our nation...
We've all heard a balanced diet with plenty of fruits and veggies can deliver important vitamins and nutrients for better health; but many of your favorite foods can actually help support your immune system, too.
Since Proverbs 31 paints a picture of an excellent wife, does that mean there’s such a thing as a non-excellent wife? If you’re a single man, you should want to know. If you’re a married woman, or a woman who one day wants to be married, you should want to know, too. No woman wants to be a bad wife. No man wants to marry one, either.
So… what type of woman makes a “less-than-excellent” wife?