marriage minute Category

money

Money peace.  It almost seems contradictory to use the words together, doesn’t it?  However, the Lord desires today to convey His peace concerning our finances. In my 20+ years of walking with the Lord, He has shown me His complete faithfulness in all areas of my life.  I know Him to not only be the […]

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shortcomings

Shortcomings…. we all have them!  Not one single person who walks this earth has been perfected.  But, the Lord, who began a good work in us, WILL carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus (Philippians 1:6). One thing I have always appreciated about the Lord’s match-making in marriages is the way […]

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a united purpose

In recent years, Jon has been asking me how we might serve the Lord in unity.  We were both involved in ministry at our church, but we rarely crossed paths!  He was serving in leadership in areas where I was not involved and vice versa. Finally, our opportunity came!  We were asked to lead a […]

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falling in love…again

Get ready for the gush!  I just have to say it!  I LOVE my husband! Today, as I was thanking God for him, I realized that I love my husband for different reasons than I initially did.  I think, as a young woman, I fell in love with the way he loved me.  We all […]

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the old nag

My family is in the midst of planning a get-away to Nags Head, a town on the famous Outer Banks of North Carolina.  The story of how the town got its name is interesting.  Reportedly, ships transporting rum from the Caribbean to the states would look along the Outer Banks for a beacon of light […]

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good times, good times

How long has it been since you and your spouse have looked at pictures from the dating years or early years of marriage?  Have you recently pulled out the cards and love letters that you gave to one another?  I ask because it is important to remember the good times that were shared when perhaps […]

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aim to please

A husband aims to please his wife. What is your response to that statement?   “He hasn’t shown me any evidence of that in a long time!”  Or, would you be more inclined to say, “This I know, and I use it to my advantage!” To those who find little to no evidence of their […]

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