Book Review: Now You’re Speaking My Language by Dr. Gary Chapman

Now You’re Speaking My Language from multimillion selling author Gary Chapman (The Five Love Languages) encourages husbands and wives to offer steadfast loyalty, forgiveness, empathy, and commitment to resolving conflict, thus encouraging each other in spiritual growth. With great clarity, Dr. Chapman shows how communication and intimacy are key points in developing a successful marriage by focusing on these principles: Lasting answers to marital growth are found in the Bible, Your…

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Re-Writing the Evil Step-Mom Story

Earlier this week I was blessed to have my step-mom experience shared with Rebecca’s blog Among Friends: The Ties That Bond Us. If you’re in a blended family I encourage you to take the time to read.     Our family is proof that the step-family story doesn’t have to be a tragedy. Read my post here.

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Marriage Monday: Why I’m Still Married

          Well, wow. It’s been a while since I’ve been able to participate in Marriage Monday, and E-mom doesn’t mess around with the topic. Divorce. As in, as a Christian wife blogging on marriage today, why am I still married? Why haven’t I divorced? Is commitment a key? I’m not one to hide behind fancy words or wear a mask when it comes to my feelings.…

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Book Review: Your Heart’s Desire by Sheri Rose Shepherd

The last book review of 2012 from none other than Sheri Rose Shepherd. Her latest? Your Heart’s Desire–14 Truths that will Forever Change the Way You Love and Are Loved. I first learned of Sheri Rose from her His Princess: Love Letters from the King. To this day I receive a letter in my inbox and they are always exactly what I need to hear from my Heavenly Father. I…

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A Merry Christmas Message: Even in the Fog

Ah, Sunday. It’s a day to relax. Enjoy your family. For me, I also worship and fellowship at my local church even though my faith is a daily part of my life. Here, I also share my own amateur nature photo and a thought or two on God’s love for you. December is supposed to be the happiest time of the year. Sleigh rides, hot cocoa, beautiful Christmas lights, and…

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Sabbath Sunday: Even in the Fog

Ah, Sunday. It’s a day to relax. Enjoy your family. For me, I also worship and fellowship at my local church even though my faith is a daily part of my life. Here, I also share my own amateur nature photo and a thought or two on God’s love for you. December is supposed to be the happiest time of the year. Sleigh rides, hot cocoa, beautiful Christmas lights, and…

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