Browsing All Posts filed under »let him lead«

When He Walks Away

November 24, 2014 by


There seems to have been a rash of break ups lately. 😦 How my heart aches for anyone who is experiencing that kind of intense pain and grief. In this post, I am addressing couples who were not yet married. (I have a similar post for wives whose husbands want to separate or want a […]

Can I Respect a Man Who Is Not As Intelligent As I Am?

September 17, 2014 by


    Yep. A man who loves Jesus with all his heart and who desires to honor Him with his life can learn to lead – and lead well – even if his wife is “more intelligent intellectually” than he is. I am aware of farmers in generations past who were very godly husbands (and […]

Worldly Weddings VS. Christ Centered Weddings

August 25, 2014 by


  It is VERY, VERY easy to get caught up in the hype of the wedding industry and the world and to allow our priorities, goals, dreams and desires for our wedding to become all about earthly things, as we talked about in “Dream Disney Weddings”.   WORLDLY TEMPTATIONS A WOMAN MAY FACE AS SHE […]

When Other People Disrespect Your Man

August 11, 2014 by


What can you do if friends, coworkers or family members treat your man with disrespect? What if they purposely try to humiliate him,  put him down, make fun of him, insult him and make him the butt of their jokes? ——————– First of all, I am assuming that you are a disciple of Christ and […]

How to Look Desperate and Needy to a Man

August 4, 2014 by


I would like to invite the gentlemen to comment respectfully on this post, if you would like to share your perspective on this particular issue. I think it is important for our sisters in Christ to realize exactly what they are communicating to men when they do and say certain things. From a reader: On […]

If You Insist on Being “in Charge” – He Will Let You Protect Yourself

June 1, 2014 by


  If the gentlemen would like to share your constructive thoughts on this issue, or a man’s perspective, you are welcome to. I can’t even begin to count how many women I have heard from over the past 2.5 years who were upset because their men didn’t protect them from extended family during disagreements. I […]

Playing Games

May 8, 2014 by


  Greg and April – our 19th wedding anniversary May 28, 2013 I have been asked, on multiple occasions, “Why should I play this game of being coy and submissive and pretending to respect my man? It just feels so fake.” You know what? This question speaks VOLUMES to me about where a woman’s heart […]