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Don’t Apologize. Don’t Say, “I’m Sorry.”

In our culture today, the phrase “I’m sorry” has become our first response when we sin against each other. The term has nearly wholly replaced biblical forgiveness. Though it may be a good start in relational reconciliation, it can never get the job done when… Continue Reading …

The Best Thing Some Parents Can Do Is Stop Parenting

You cannot create unity from disunity. “Kind begets kind,” as the King James Bible tells us. What goes in will come out. If disunity is what is in your marriage, disunity is what will come out of it. Listen to the podcast Our podcasts are… Continue Reading …

The Non-Negotiable First Step to Build a Happy Home

A happy home does not just happen. Like all good things, you must have a plan and be willing to execute hard work (Luke 14:27). Listen to the podcast Our podcasts are on iTunes, Google Play, SoundCloud, TuneIn, or Stitcher. If you want to comment… Continue Reading …

Practical Thoughts On Leading Your Husband From Behind

Every wife is coequal with her husband while submitted to him. These are not antithetical truths. They are two ways to serve the marriage toward one purpose: to put God on display to the world. Listen to the podcast Our podcasts are on iTunes, Google… Continue Reading …

Something Must Come Between Us, Or We’ll Hurt Each Other

There is wonder working power in the cross of Christ. It can change you and your relationships, but the process is not a passive exercise. If the cross is not between you and others, you’ll hurt those you should love. Listen to the podcast Our… Continue Reading …

Twenty Questions When You’re Hurt By Your Church

We all say there are no perfect churches. It sounds good, and it is a true statement, but if your local church hurts you, what do you do? That’s when your cliche must be more than that; it must be a life transforming worldview. Listen… Continue Reading …