Three Things I Learned As a Single

Three Things I Learned As a Single

I wanted to get married, but nothing was happening. I spent many years wondering what was so wrong with me that no one would choose me. The few relationships I did have never went anywhere. The loneliness left me shuffling between feeling desperate and hopeless.

But I finally grew up. There were things I finally learned as a single that changed everything.

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Blended and Blessed: Finding Peace in a Step-Family

Blended and Blessed: Finding Peace in a Step-Family

Over 50% of families in the United States are “re-coupled”, with one or both partners having been married before. Over 50% of children are being raised with one biological parent and that parent’s current partner (married or not). The 21st definition of family is different. Within a Christian context, is it possible to find peace in a step-family?

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Fake News or Good News?

Fake News or Good News?

In the United States we’ve just been through a very contentious election cycle. There’s been a lot of talk about fake news, which often stirs up a lot more heat than light. But there is truth to be found, and that truth can truly change you. And whether in the political arena or otherwise, truth can differentiate fake news or good news.

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What Your Spouse CAN and CANNOT Do For You

What Your Spouse CAN and CANNOT Do For You

In a healthy marriage your spouse meets some of your needs, but not all of them. It’s so easy to expect your husband or wife to make you happy, and I hope they do! But every human being, including your spouse, is limited and finite. It’s useful to consider what your spouse can and cannot do for you.

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What’s Greater Than Forgiveness?

What’s Greater Than Forgiveness?

If you’re on your deathbed, forgiveness is the best news you could possibly receive. You’re facing eternity, and you can know that things are right between you and God. Jesus’ death and resurrection makes forgiveness free, and it’s glorious. But for the rest of us who aren’t on our deathbeds, there’s something a whole lot greater than forgiveness.

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