How to Show Your Husband You Love Him in One Powerful Way


More than 20 years ago, I sensed God was asking me to do something that seemed very risky but also very right. I learned that one of the most powerful ways I can honor my husband is to share his dreams


Could the Kind Amish Bachelor Be Falling in Love?


Love is in the air as a handsome Amish carpenter helps a young Amish woman fulfill her dream of owning a pie shop. But will his past and her family keep love from fully blooming? 

Enjoy this excerpt from Made with Love by Tricia Goyer and Sherry Gore!


Kathi Lipp Shares How to Make a Marriage Work


When times are good, be happy; but when times are bad, consider this: God has made the one as well as the other (Ecclesiastes 7:14).

Before Roger and I got married, we had long conversations about what we wanted our marriage to look like. We both had plenty of examples in our lives of other couples’ marriages—some of them we wanted to emulate; some we wanted to avoid.

With both of us heading into our second marriage, it was exciting to dream about what this marriage was going to look like. “This time,” we told ourselves, “it’s going to be different.”


One Simple and Creative Way I Can Love My Husband


What makes a man feel loved hasn’t changed much. What has changed is the role women play. We are no longer solely caretakers of the home—we work outside the home (or inside, as many of us work or run businesses from our kitchen table). We have dozens of responsibilities in addition to keeping our man satisfied and happy. 

So how does a real, true-to-life wife actually get it done?


What Is the Meaning of True Love?


Practicing true love isn’t easy!

In fact, it’s the hardest thing in the world. It means sacrificing every bit of yourself for your family…and your neighbor…and your country…and your faith.


Do You Kiss in the Kitchen? Why Affection in Marriage Matters...


Sometimes your marriage isnt about you and your spouse...

Sometimes it’s about your children’s future—their health, their careers, and their own marriage years from now.


How to Study the Bible: Simple Steps and Tips


The key to understanding the Bible is observe, observe, observe! The more you see what the text says, the easier it will be to understand.

In the passage you’re studying, ask the 5 W’s and an H (Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How) so you can discover everything God wants you to know about it. Mark key words or phrases. 

Once you finish your observations, review them. Then investigate things you don’t understand—search for their meanings.


Should You Go Cashless or Resist This Sign of the End Times?


It requires no sci-fi imagination or leap of faith to see that as more advanced technology comes online, it in turn spawns more complex technology, and on and on. There are probably very few people today who have to be convinced that we’re on the fast track to the technology of tomorrow. Cashless is coming. The issue is no longer if it’s coming, but rather when it will come, and what kinds of technology will be used to implement it.


Declutter Your Home with the 2000 Things Challenge


Are you constantly fighting the influx of things coming in, and then having to deal with getting things out of your house? Are you tired of talking about living simply and want to really feel lighter as the year goes on? Do you want to be able to close your closet and not be afraid the door is going to pop open and attack the next person walking by? Do you want to be able to park a car in your garage?

It doesn’t have to be that way. Come… live the dream with us.


Do You Truly Understand God’s Grace? Here’s How You Know…


The workers who were hired about five in the afternoon came and each received a denarius. So when those came who were hired first, they expected to receive more. But each one of them also received a denarius. When they received it, they began to grumble against the landowner. “These who were hired last worked only one hour,” they said, “and you have made them equal to us who have borne the burden of the work and the heat of the day.”


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