Month: August 2013

Being a Good Bad Guy

Back when I was in high school, 25 years ago today, I went to a concert at a local Christian bookstore with a friend. The band was a local group and truthfully they were pretty bad. To give you an indication of how bad they were, the one song that I can remember that they played that night was titled, “Beefaroni or Be For Real.” During that concert, a group of girls were sitting in front of us. As the show went along, my friend and I started trying to figure out if the two girls that were in...

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The Controlling Husband: Wanting to be a god when you should be like Jesus

The topic of my posts usually center on issues involved with a passive husband learning to begin to selflessly lead in the marriage and how to love your wife as Christ loves the church.  While it appears that there is an increasing number of husbands that have ditched their leadership roles in their families and have chosen to lie down, I would like to discuss another type of husband that we have come across: the controlling husband. On my wife’s blog, www.peacefulwife.com, she also writes about love and respect in marriage. Being that the primary emphasis she writes about...

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The Gratitude Challenge!

The Gratitude Challenge!

Photo by Neven Krcmarek on Unsplash Give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus. 1 Thess. 5:18 Gratitude is a habit I must consciously cultivate. It is is a choice. It is also a command! Meaning – it is not optional for believers in Christ. I choose to […]

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The Gratitude Challenge!

The Gratitude Challenge!

Photo by John Jennings on Unsplash Give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus. 1 Thess. 5:18 Gratitude is a habit I must consciously cultivate. It doesn’t automatically come naturally. I choose to stop focusing on problems and bad things. I choose to focus on good things. I […]

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