Two Reasons to Rejoice on Good Friday

Two Reasons to Rejoice on Good Friday

This is Holy Week, the time each year when Christians around the world remember the death and resurrection of Jesus. More than anything else, our faith is built on an event, the event. If Jesus is not alive our whole faith is a hoax. But since He is alive, we too can live – both now, and for eternity. We have good reason to rejoice on Good Friday!

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10 Proven Ways to Connect With Your Spouse

10 Proven Ways to Connect With Your Spouse

You want to feel connected. That’s what you expected in marriage. The hormones and pheromones and all the other “mones” kept you feeling connected for a while, but those change. If you want to still connect with your spouse today, you will need to invest physically, emotionally and spiritually.

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What “Winter” Exposes in Your Life

What “Winter” Exposes in Your Life

Ice is extraordinarily destructive. A few weeks ago Texas spent seven days choked by a deep freeze. Ice, then snow, topped with a heavy layer of ice, more snow, more ice. The power grid, water systems, food supply chains, and just about every other essential service was severely disrupted. That may not seem like much to many in more northern climes, but it was a crisis down here. It’s amazing the vulnerabilities that winter exposes.

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Caring for Your Heart When Your Spouse Won’t Connect

Caring for Your Heart When Your Spouse Won’t Connect

You were created for intimacy. You probably got married expecting that doing so would fulfill your needs for connection, love, sex, and the other aspects of intimacy. When your spouse carries sexual baggage your expectations are likely to be disappointed, and there’s more pain than intimacy between you. How do you care for your heart when your spouse won’t connect?

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