So, I’m trying to think what to put on social media for my upcoming anniversary. I’m not good with those posts. Everyone else writes such glowing tributes to their spouse and I love to read them, but I always feel like my words fall short.
Sometimes, I read those posts, compare myself, and wonder what is wrong keep reading here
On Friday and Saturday I was privileged to attend the wedding ceremonies of two couples where both the bride and groom each love the Lord more than the they love the person to whom they vowed to spend the rest of their lives as husband and wife.
Truth be told, I continue here
Last week, as I was catching up with a Christian friend I hadn’t seen in ages, she told me that her HS son has a new girlfriend, “a very sweet girl, but not a Christian, she’s had no religious upbringing.”
What?? A Christian dating an unbeliever!! For some Christians, those are fighting words.
Many Christian parents pray for their babies’ spouses from the day their child is born, or perhaps even before. I started continue here
Let me begin by saying that both my mother and Brian’s mother are terrific Mothers-in-Law! Let me also say, I have two amazing Daughters-in-Law! Nikki and Jenny are literal answers to prayer because I began praying for them way back in 1987 before I ever knew them.
I, on the other hand, am still learning how to keep reading here
“A [woman] of noble character who can find? She is worth far more than rubies… Her children arise and call her blessed… Honor her for all that her hands have done…” – Proverbs 31:10-31
Mom, this morning, I was privileged to sit on a “Been There; Done That!” panel to answer questions from young moms. One of the questions was: “Did you work or stay at home when your children were little; and do you regret your decision?” continue here
Today is Brian’s last day of work; he is retiring from the corporate world… again. OK, so the first time didn’t ‘take’, but now that he’s practiced once, maybe he’ll get the hang of it and stick it out!
Brian, I feel like I should be doing something huge to mark this occasion. I should find more here
Sixty years ago this weekend, you turned 18 – and what a year that was! In the spring, you graduated from High School and then you met the handsome young man who would sweep you off your feet and love you for the entire rest of his life.