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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 …

Leading Husbands, and Their Wives Who Want to Love Them

The words husband and leader are synonyms. To be one is to be the other. The question that you never entered into the discussion is whether or not a husband is a leader. The more relevant and practical matter to talk about is the kind… Continue Reading …

You Hurt Me, So I Don’t Love You Anymore

The most effective way to know if you can live out biblical love is when you find yourself in a relational context in which you are disappointed by someone. Listen to the podcast Our podcasts are on iTunes, Google Play, SoundCloud, TuneIn, or Stitcher. If… Continue Reading …

My Husband Does Not Love or Protect Me

This mind map walks you through why a husband does not love his wife well while choosing to love others more. The ruling motives of his heart are twisted, as well as how he uses the Bible to support his actions. Listen to the podcast… Continue Reading …

Fussy Parents Make Insecure Kids

Parents have the opportunity to export security or insecurity to their children. The type of behavior they exhibit to their children will have a generational impact on them, either for good or evil. Shaping influences are powerful. Though parenting does not save a child, the… Continue Reading …

There Is a Reason You Should Love Yourself and Others

You’ve heard that love is a verb, right? That is because love is an action word. Action-less Love is like faith without works: both would be dead. But the question I want to ponder in this article is, who are you supposed to love? Listen… Continue Reading …

My 13-Year Old Friend Was Divorced 5 Times

To date or not to date is an interesting question the Bible does not mandate one way or the other. However, I have seen how serial dating can become the teen’s version of marriage and divorce. If done often enough, it sets poor relational habits… Continue Reading …

His Needs – Her Needs Aren’t Real Needs

How do I know when my desire for love has changed into a need for love? An excellent question! Let’s start with anger. Anger is the quickest and easiest way to discern if your craving for love has jumped from a desire to need. Listen… Continue Reading …

When Education Becomes Deadly To a Child’s Soul

An unguarded strength is a double weakness. One of the more common strengths parents want their children to have is education. If the parents are not wise in how they try to create this passion in their child, they can set the child up for… Continue Reading …

The Danger of Hating the Sin and Loving the Sinner

What does loving the sinner but hating the sin mean? How is it possible to love someone well after they have hurt you? And what does loving them well look like in real life? Listen to the podcast Our podcasts are on iTunes, Google Play,… Continue Reading …