The Vulnerable Man

Who would ever want to be vulnerable? I put “vulnerable” into the search engine a while back and here is a little of what that day’s news served up: vulnerable kids were in need of food vulnerable adults were [...]

By | March 1st, 2017|Marriage|

Date Night Ideas to Keep Marriage Fun

We, in FamilyLife, think it’s super important to keep dating your spouse long after the wedding is over! Having regular dates helps couples stay connected, gives time to really communicate and reminds us to have a little fun! Dates can [...]

By | February 25th, 2017|Life|

A New Way to Date Your Spouse

“Square dancing? That’s the date night you want to have?” How did I go from growing up in a home where dancing was a “sin” and my moves made a sloth look elegant, to being a happy camper with great [...]

By | February 23rd, 2017|Marriage|

Are People Our Priority?

“People will not necessarily remember your words or deeds as much as they will remember how you made them feel.” I don’t know who to credit with this bit of wisdom but I know it’s true. When I stop to [...]

By | February 19th, 2017|Faith|

The B.E.S.T Relationship

The relationships that mean the most to us are often the ones we are hardest on. While we maintain a polite and pleasant demeanor away from home, the frustrations often come out at home where we feel safe to let [...]

By | February 12th, 2017|Marriage|

Connecting With Your Spouse

In his book, Creating an Intimate Marriage, author Jim burns challenges readers with this idea, “YOU set the mood, tone and atmosphere in your marriage.” He also points out you are the ONE person who can make a difference in [...]

By | February 9th, 2017|Marriage|