Pennies, Petticoats & Power – Part 2
Why is the family unit worth fighting for, and what is at stake?
“This article has been difficult to write because I have been a pastor long enough to see how difficult some marriages are and how tragic divorce can be.”
I could either keep running or I could face the mess and allow God to use this weekend and our very patient course leaders to help me find a better space in our marriage.
Like any other change you want to achieve in life, it takes time, effort and energy to create a marriage you love being in.
A wise woman builds her home, but a foolish woman tears it down with her own hands. How can we act to love and protect our husbands, even in moments of conflict or stress?
Marriage is great, but it’s not forever. It’s until death do us part. Then come eternal rewards or regrets depending on how we spent our lives.
As we represent Christ in marriage and our wives represent the Church, our protection of our wives should encompass much more than just physical protection.
I asked God in faith for what I desired…and God gave me all of it…and they all lived happily ever after. Okay that’s not the end of the story, in fact it was just the beginning.
My journey with Jesus is causing me to recognise more and more that my idea of success and God’s own ideas on the subject often differ radically.
How can we develop families which look different to the world?
What does the Bible have to say about covenant and how does that relate to my marriage? Let’s have a look.
The greatest disservice you can do your child is to lead them to believe that they are the centre of the universe.
How can I have a marriage that is meaningful?
What values are subtly shaping our thinking in pop culture today?