Category: Marriage

Year Six

Our marriage was really, really great and really, really easy for the first five years. Like, five years to the day it was so, so easy. And wonderful. And amazing. And every…

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When I Did THIS, I Got Results (That You Never Will)

We’ve all seen the posts. Someone did THIS and – BAM! –  their marriage/body/baby/life was transformed! They did THIS and suddenly their two-day-old baby slept through the night. They implemented THIS and…

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To My Best Friend

*This is the final installment in open letters to those I love. To read the previous to, click here (for baby) and here (for youth group).* To my best friend, I don’t…

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To The One I Love Yet Haven’t Met

With this week being the week leading up to Valentine’s Day, I thought I might do a series of posts directed toward those I love. Come back all week to find more…

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Lessons from Rachel

This week, we are embarking on a three-post study about the lives of two famous sisters: Leah and Rachel. Today, we are going to start with the younger sister, Rachel. Tomorrow, Leah.…

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Marriage God’s Way

Four years ago today I married the man of my dreams. Really, I married the man of my prayers. A man I had long-since been praying would be standing there at the…

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Life as a Preacher’s Wife

Sunday, my husband did an amazing job delving into 1 Corinthians 7 and answering some tough questions about the passage. Throughout the sermon, he made observations about marriage and focus and the…

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Coaxed Into Marriage

 ** The following is a transcript of today’s episode of The Royal Family Podcast. I felt it was an important topic, so please take the time to read through it. Feel free…

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Created with Purpose

Sometimes, women like to get up in arms about a lot of different things, mostly the differences between them and men. We don’t like to accept that there are differences, and so…

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Loving Our Role

Every day, as women of God, we are bombarded. There’s a mold out there that we’re supposed to fit into, and a lot of times, that mold is a man’s mold. We’re…

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