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She Who Has Been Forgiven Much, Loves Much

June 12, 2013 by


This week we have seen that ALL have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God (Romans 3:23) – that women and men are equally sinful and equally in desperate need of the grace, mercy and forgiveness of Jesus Christ. We took a look at how I thought I was such a “good person” […]

Choosing a Guy Who is a Godly Leader

March 30, 2013 by


When you are choosing a guy to date/court/marry, be SURE you are choosing a man who has godly leadership qualities.  God designed husbands to be the leaders in marriage.   Men and women are of equal value to God (Galatians 3:28).  God designed marriage to be a living picture of the relationship between Christ and His […]


January 10, 2013 by


SOME WARNING SIGNS THAT A WOMAN MAY TEND TO HAVE TROUBLE WITH RESPECT AND BIBLICAL SUBMISSION IN MARRIAGE: These are my observations from my own life and from the women and men I have talked with.  This is not necessarily an exhaustive list.  A woman who is likely to want to be in control of […]

Some Things to Consider before Marrying

November 30, 2012 by


Marriage is designed by God to represent the relationship between Christ and His church. For marriage to really be all that God designed it to be – with the most profound intimacy spiritually/emotionally/sexually/financially  it needs to be between two people who passionately love Jesus more than life itself. Both spouses, ideally, would love God with […]

One Wife Reports in on Her Day 30 of Her Journey

November 19, 2012 by


This wife is SO VERY PRECIOUS to me!  We have spent a lot of time hashing through questions, issues, confusion and troubling emotions the past few weeks together.  And I can see God at work so powerfully in her.  I appreciate her willingness to share her story.  I think her perspective might be extremely helpful […]

Is it Ever a Good Idea for the Wife to be the Major Breadwinner or Sole Breadwinner?

October 29, 2012 by

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My husband and I debated that question early in our marriage, way before we had children.  It seems to make plenty of sense on paper, right?  If the wife has a greater earning potential, then why not let her work full time and have the husband stay home and take care of the children and […]

On Knuckleballs and Marriage

August 29, 2012 by

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Today’s post is by Molly Powell: Molly Powell is a wife, mother of four boys ages 21-15, Harvard-trained lawyer, school and church volunteer, and new blogger. Read more of her essays on marriage, raising sons, faith and law at In-House Counsel. In a book that has shaken the little bubble in which I live in […]