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In First Place

by admin on May 6, 2014 in Relationship with 2 Comments

My husband is my beloved, my chosen one.  Since we fell in love, he has had first place in my heart.  Well, until we had our daughter, that is. I know I’m not alone.  Many marriages fall to the wayside when the kids come.  For several months, this is a necessary shift in focus, a…continued here

The Sweet Christian Bride
The Sweet Christian Bride

Another Year’s Reflection

by admin on December 4, 2012 in Logistics with No Comments

The Sweet Christian Bride just celebrated its 2nd birthday! I’ve always been a fan of reflecting on milestones for the purpose of both savoring the old era and celebrating the new.  Looking back and contemplating what worked and what didn’t is my favorite tool for growth, and I would welcome your help in doing so.…continued here

The Sweet Christian Bride
The Sweet Christian Bride

Thought for the Week: Exodus 18:17-18

by admin on April 22, 2012 in Thought for the Week with No Comments

Lord, I’m so glad that You are sovereign! Your will be done, Lord, in my wedding and in my life. Forgive me for wanting to hoard control. Forgive me for thinking I can do things better than anyone else. Show me instead how I can empower others to help me accomplish this significant project of wedding planning. Spark my creativity to think beyond my own ingrained methods. Let my wedding planning be good and significant! In Jesus’ name, Amen.

The Sweet Christian Bride
The Sweet Christian Bride

Guest Post from Reverend Danny Hall: The Other’s Role

by admin on April 19, 2012 in Family, Pre-Marital Counseling, Relationship, Spouse with No Comments

One of the themes we have been looking at in these posts is how our families have played a significant role in shaping who we are. It is such a profound phenomenon that our families even influence how we interpret Scripture.  The familial patterns we have learned provide lenses through which we see the world and process input, even Biblical input. These may be good lenses or they may be bad, but they will nonetheless color how we see things. Because this is true, it is important to do all you can to address it head on.

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