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Believers Wanted

In 1983 the “Four Tops” recorded “I Believe In You And Me,” a song written by Sandy Linzer and David Wolfer. It never reached the top 40 then (though it’s still being sung today) and I fear that it’s the same in some marriages – couples don’t see believing in each other to be that significant. … Continue reading

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The Married Mind

Single people should not get married until their mind is already married (to their would be spouse – whether present or future.) In fact, it is my personal opinion that the most successful marriages are a result of single men and women who dated with marriage in mind. The Bible states that “… he that finds … Continue reading

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Frisky Business

Divinely speaking, sex is a privileged act of intimacy only engaged in within the bounds of marriage.  This sacred act though, having been used and abused by folks outside of marriage, has become a common activity that its substance and significance has become mired. But sex is the human expression of divine engagement. The Bible’s Songs of … Continue reading

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Expectations

How often have you been disappointed because of mis-expectations? You know, your spouse said something that you thought meant something else, leading you to expect something that never came. How about ingrained belief systems regarding marriage/relationship that your spouse never grew up believing or, worse yet, never even knew existed? Frustrating, right? You guys are … Continue reading

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Where Are We?

Running away from a heart to heart conversation is the easiest way to run into heart problems in your marriage, yet couples do it all the time. Have you ever taken the time to evaluate/assess your relationship? Have you ever thought about rating facets of your marriage? I can imagine couples have done this, but not … Continue reading

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