Submitting to Our Husbands in the “Small” Things

FROM A HUSBAND (his response to a question for husbands earlier last week): As to respecting me in “small things”, I have to assume you mean things that aren’t all that important. My first thought is, that if it isn’t all that important, why not? I don’t always know why I prefer one thing, over another. […]

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Waiting Becomes Sweet – from the Archives

April 04-2014 If you have read many of my previous posts – you will know that I was the dominant twin in a set of identical twins (I still am a twin!  But – not so domineering anymore. I seek to give my wonderful sister room and space to make all of their own decisions without […]

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To Tell… or Not to Tell?

Deciding whether or not to tell your husband about what God is teaching you about respect, biblical submission and becoming a godly wife is an important, and sometimes tricky, decision. My prayer is that you will hear God’s voice and obey Him.  I also pray that every word I share might be in total alignment […]

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The Respect Dare, Day 16 – A Sink Full of Dishes

Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouths, but only what is helpful for building others up according to their needs, that it may benefit those who listen.  Ephesians 4:29 THE DISHES IN THE SINK Unfortunately, I have a story to share about how I did NOT use words to bless and […]

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The Respect Dare, Day 3 – My Godly Wife Report Card

The Respect Dare, Day 3 – Nina Roesner poses some questions to wives to assess how they are doing in a number of areas of their lives.  They are GREAT questions!!! She asks some probing questions about how we are doing as disciples of Christ, as household managers,  as communicators, and as confident and assured […]

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A Challenge for You, Ladies! :)

Let’s allow God to help us turn this loud, obnoxious, angry, destructive tongue of ours into an instrument of healing and blessing. As women, we have HUGE verbal skills.  This is where we often hurt our husbands and children the most – with our words.  It is time to learn to use our words for […]

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