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Not a "Successful Marriage Story"… Yet

  Check out my 35 minute interview from last Tuesday with Charlie and Keith at KLFC Radio in Branson, Missouri! ———— A guest post: This is my first time posting but I have followed your blog and been on the respectful wife journey now for about 3 years of my almost 7 year marriage. My […]

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When a Husband Is Negative, Critical, or Hurtful

NOTE – if there are really severe issues: adultery, drug/alcohol addiction, severe porn addiction, criminal activity, uncontrolled mental health issues – please seek appropriate one-on-one godly counsel. This post doesn’t address severe issues. This is a spiritual battle we are fighting. Our husbands are not the real enemy, even though it sure seems like they […]

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A Beautiful, Feminine, Godly Example of How to Handle Conflict

ADMINISTRATIVE NOTE: I will be taking a break from the blog this Wednesday through this coming Sunday while my children are out of school. I’ll miss y’all! But I hope to check back in next week. 🙂 ———————– A wife allowed me to share her comments from “Godly Femininity – Part 1.”  Thank you, my […]

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“We Need to Talk!”

This is a guest post by my precious sister in the Lord at ————————————– THE STRAIGHT PATH “Do you have any free time this evening?” I asked Husband, a couple of days ago. “Yeah, I think so..” He responded offhandedly. “Why?” “Because I’d like to talk.” “…talk? Talk about what?” I already could hear […]

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“What On Earth Do I Do Now???”

Sometimes we encounter problems in marriage.  That is inevitable.  At times: We will be sinned against We will be hurt We will feel unloved We will feel lonely We will feel overwhelmed We will face DIFFICULT circumstances We will feel misunderstood We will be exhausted, sleep-deprived, physically/emotionally/spiritually drained Things will seem impossible to fix It […]

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A Minivan Update!

This is a follow up to my first post about the possibility of selling my 2006 minivan and how I trusted God and my husband with the outcome. I had wanted to possibly sell my minivan because we don’t really need so much space now that we aren’t lugging strollers, pac-n-plays and high chairs around. […]

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