As a single man, I thought I had marriage all figured out. Boy, was I wrong.
It starts with a promise. But it's so much more than that.
This scheme is extremely destructive to a man's self-esteem and feeling of self-worth.
If you struggle with an addiction and want to get set free, you have to follow this principle.
It's time to use the wisdom provided in Matthew 18.
If you're in a relationship with an addict, you need to break this habit.
Many angry women are expelling a lot of energy "fighting for" what I have had my whole life.
We're not following Jesus' path for relational reconciliation.
I can't tell you how many partners of addicts I have counseled who have been married many years and honestly had no idea as to the addict's behavior.
When we come to Christ, we sometimes carry this desire for immediate freedom.
Sometimes it can feel as if we're doing pitifully little compared to those Christians who gave their lives in the Colosseum.
Does your marriage have these values?
As you read this list, ask yourself how you're serving your spouse in these areas.
Since Billy Graham died, there's one thing we need more than anything.
This applies to every facet of your life.
Many of us never take this crucial step.
It's scary how many Christians believe these lies.
His son was diagnosed with a dangerous tumor. But the father kept on preaching. Why?
Lust wants to hijack your natural desires.
With my daughter's permission, I am sharing with you a few samples from these letters so you can be encouraged.