Truth that Makes a Difference

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3 Questions for an Ailing Marriage

May 15, 2018

I’ve discovered three questions you can use to diagnose an ailing marriage. I would like to tell you I discovered these questions while completing my graduate degree in Marriage and … Read more3 Questions for an Ailing Marriage

Leviticus 18-19 – Moving In

April 29, 2018

When the children of Israel moved into the Land of Canaan, they had left behind an old way of life in Egypt, and had been brought to another godless land. … Read moreLeviticus 18-19 – Moving In

Leviticus 15-17 – Our 3 Greatest Needs

April 24, 2018

It can be challenging to consistently pull applicable truths from the chapters of Leviticus. I’m sure this is more of a reflection on me than on Leviticus, because as Jesus … Read moreLeviticus 15-17 – Our 3 Greatest Needs

Trick Questions and Expectations in Marriage

April 23, 2018

Trick questions can be…well…tricky. For instance, how would you answer this question: “Have you stopped beating your spouse?” Answering this question is tricky, because if you agree, it sounds like … Read moreTrick Questions and Expectations in Marriage

Leviticus 13-14 – Stop the Spread

April 15, 2018

When you think of the Bible, you typically think of things like: Adam and Eve; Mose and the Read Sea; the walls of Jericho; the life, death and resurrection of … Read moreLeviticus 13-14 – Stop the Spread

Leviticus 11-12 – Holiness

April 15, 2018

God calls us to be holy, but what does that mean? The word “holy” means to be clean and set apart for something special. A life of holiness is not … Read moreLeviticus 11-12 – Holiness

Leviticus 9-10 – The Equalizing Fire of God

April 6, 2018

At first glance, Leviticus chapters 9 and 10 appear to be quite different from each other. Chapter 9 paints a picture of Aaron and his sons beginning their priestly ministry with joy … Read moreLeviticus 9-10 – The Equalizing Fire of God

How Parents Can Bring Out the Best in Their Teenagers

April 5, 2018

In my last post, How Teenagers Bring Out the Worst in Their Parents, I talked abut the very difficult job of raising teenagers, and how it can effect parents. In … Read moreHow Parents Can Bring Out the Best in Their Teenagers

How Teenagers Bring Out the Worst in Their Parents

March 29, 2018

I typically write posts focused on marriage, but this post is going to veer more into the area of parenting. Specifically, parenting teenagers, and more specifically, how teenagers bring out the … Read moreHow Teenagers Bring Out the Worst in Their Parents

Getting Over the Wall of Resentment

March 23, 2018

Resentment can be like a wall that separates spouses, and the longer the wall stays up, the harder it is to get over it. Walls of resentment can become so … Read moreGetting Over the Wall of Resentment