Next Wednesday, July 19, marks 14 years of marriage for me and my bride. Like every marriage since the beginning of time, we’ve had our ups and downs, joys and sorrows, losses and wins. We’ve learned hard lessons along the way about love, forgiveness, patience, sacrifice and humility. And although I know full well thatContinue reading “7 Lessons in 14 Years of Marriage”
How did I know 14 years ago that she was the one? Because it was right in every way. I knew I wanted a wife who was beautiful inside and out and whose heart burned for Jesus more than anything and anyone else in this world. I knew that to find a woman of suchContinue reading “Be One in Every Way”
After yesterday’s blog and seeing the attention that the subject of complementarianism received, I thought it best to write a sequel. Here goes. Complementarianism – “The theological view that although men and women are created equal in their being and person-hood, they are created to complement each other via different roles and responsibilities as manifestedContinue reading “(Part 2) Complementarianism: It’s About Design”
The spiritual condition and health of our families is dependent upon our closeness to the cross.