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My Journey into Modesty – By a Fellow Wife

A Guest Post by a Fellow Wife: My journey into modesty was indeed a journey.  Modesty was not a concept I gave any respect to before embarking on my quest to become a godly wife.  I didn’t think it was worthwhile, I didn’t think it was important and to be honest, I thought it was downright… Continue reading My Journey into Modesty – By a Fellow Wife

A Fellow Wife Responds Beautifully to Her Husband’s Bad Mood

This is from the wife who decided to stop pursuing her husband, trying to control him, and trying to make him show love to her the way she wanted him to. She is the one who gave up on her dream for her marriage in August of this year.   She began this journey 12 months ago,… Continue reading A Fellow Wife Responds Beautifully to Her Husband’s Bad Mood

“Giving Up on My Dream for My Marriage” – by A Fellow Wife

This is from the same wife who wrote to me about not pursuing her husband anymore last week. This is what it looks like to painfully tear out our idols by the root and totally surrender to Christ as LORD of ALL.   Here the idols are control, feeling loved in a certain way and romance.… Continue reading “Giving Up on My Dream for My Marriage” – by A Fellow Wife

“I’m Going to Stop Pursuing My Husband” (in the wrong ways) A Fellow Wife

Ultimately, each wife must prayerfully decide what she believes God wants her to do to obey Him, to seek His wisdom in the Bible and to honor Him in her unique situation. God has wisdom. I do not. NOTE – I write specifically for wives who tend to have strong Type A personalities. Wives who… Continue reading “I’m Going to Stop Pursuing My Husband” (in the wrong ways) A Fellow Wife

I Thought I ‘Owned’ My Husband – by Fellow Wife

Today’s post is a guest post by Fellow Wife (for a follow up from Sept, 2014, please click here) –  When my husband and I first married, I believed that we owned each other to a certain extent.   I loved the thought that I belonged to him and he belonged to me.  We do have rights… Continue reading I Thought I ‘Owned’ My Husband – by Fellow Wife

Is a Christian Wife Supposed to Be a Doormat?

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What does it mean to be a Christian wife? Are we supposed to be a doormat: quiet, passive, and weak? What does a godly wife look and act like?

What Does the Bible Say about the Role of a Wife?

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What does the Bible really say about the role of a wife in marriage? Let’s lay our preconceived notions at the door and dive into God’s Word and design for us.

Ten Tips for The Journey to Become a Godly Wife

In the beginning of this journey to become a godly wife, when you are seeking to allow God to transform your heart, mind, and life I have found the following things may be wise. (This post is specially geared toward wives who realize they have been disrespectful and controlling.) Of course, all of us ultimately… Continue reading Ten Tips for The Journey to Become a Godly Wife

My Primary Goal As a Wife Has to Be This One Thing

Reminder – I have a conference in Eaton, Ohio February 25th and a conference in Columbia, South Carolina March 24th-25th. You are most welcome to come! Marriage meets many needs and fulfills a number of purposes in our lives, in our families, the church, and in society. A healthy marriage: Brings stability to society. Teaches… Continue reading My Primary Goal As a Wife Has to Be This One Thing

A Wife’s New Understanding of the “Red Flags” She Missed before Marriage

A guest post by The Satisfied Wife – there are reasons why God gives us the parameters He does about marriage and relationships. Sin always hurts our fellowship with Him, our relationships with others, and ourselves. His boundaries for us are out of His heart of love for us. Thankfully, even if we didn’t prepare as… Continue reading A Wife’s New Understanding of the “Red Flags” She Missed before Marriage