Monthly Archives: January 2012

Vision Drift in Marriage

I visited my son’s church yesterday and heard their senior minister give a message on Vision.  It was an inspiring sermon of the importance of not only setting a vision, but ensuring that you continually pour effort into it to … Continue reading

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Don’t let your marriage go to the dogs

We’ve got an English Bulldog at home.  He’s lazy, he snores, he drools, he can clear a room when he passes gas and he loves to cuddle.  He’s about six years old, so in bulldog terms, that would put him … Continue reading

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Where’s your focus?

We weren’t designed to be self-sustaining organisms.    We inherently require things from the world around us to survive and to thrive.  We have physical needs (e.g. food, water, clothing, shelter), emotional needs (e.g. acceptance, love, friendship, empathy), sexual needs … Continue reading

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Marriage Resolutions for 2012

Happy New Year!  Yep, it’s that time of year when we all look ahead and make promises to ourselves.  The book is blank, and we have 365 days to fill in the content of our life story.  We plan to … Continue reading

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