Why Is My Husband So Skeptical of the Changes I Am Making?

If you are making changes to try to improve your marriage, do you wonder, “Why is my husband so skeptical when I am trying to do better?” This post is for you!

He Would Like to Have Input, Too

Photo by Christelle BOURGEOIS on Unsplash   The wise woman builds her house,     but with her own hands the foolish one tears hers down. Prov. 14:1 Let’s imagine a fictional scenario together for a moment: Maybe my kids and I have had a lot of head congestion in recent months. Lots of runny noses. Difficulty… Continue reading He Would Like to Have Input, Too

Avoid Such People

We Christian women tend to think we should be friends with everyone and be people pleasers. But there are times when we should “avoid such people.” Let’s see when those times might be in our relationships.

Is “Hating Men” the Answer?

Photo by Andrew Neel on Unsplash A number of prominent women – college professors and women in the mainstream media – have been quite vocal lately about that they believe women should hate all men. They point to many examples of men who mistreated women, who sexually abused them, who assaulted them and raped them.… Continue reading Is “Hating Men” the Answer?

My Husband Doesn’t Speak My Love Language

Photo by freestocks.org on Unsplash The book, “The Five Love Languages,” by Gary Chapman (which has sold over 11 million copies)  can be a wonderful tool to help us better understand our husbands and ourselves. It has been a blessing to countless marriages and he has written a number of books in the same vein… Continue reading My Husband Doesn’t Speak My Love Language

A Word to Husbands Whose Wives Are on This Journey

My dear brothers in the Lord, Thank you for taking the time to read some things I’d like to share with you that I hope may be helpful. I appreciate your time and support so very much! Note – My sites and books are purposely one-sided. I only talk about what women should do because… Continue reading A Word to Husbands Whose Wives Are on This Journey

Maybe God Made a Mistake – Making Me a Girl?

When I was growing up, I often felt very unfeminine. I was not a girly girl. I had short, choppy hair through most of elementary school. It looked like a boy’s cut many times. My twin sister was the more girly one. I didn’t like dresses. They were itchy and scratchy and panty hose were… Continue reading Maybe God Made a Mistake – Making Me a Girl?

Resources for Men

Some people say that because I only teach women, I must be saying that men can do whatever they want and they are off the hook when it comes to being godly husbands. No, not at all! I am not sure how anyone could arrive at such a conclusion! There is no excuse for any… Continue reading Resources for Men

When a Husband “Doesn’t Buy” His Wife’s Changes

From a sister in Christ who has been on this journey to become a godly wife for a year and a half – I am so thankful for her willingness to share:   My husband insists I will always be who I was. He asks “is THIS the REAL you, now?” I replied that “I… Continue reading When a Husband “Doesn’t Buy” His Wife’s Changes

The Essence of Femininity

A few weeks ago, Laura Doyle (author of The Surrendered Wife), had a post on her blog about that femininity can be summed up in one word, “receiving.” This is true physically in the marriage act. The husband is the giver and the wife is the receiver. It’s interesting to me to think about masculinity… Continue reading The Essence of Femininity