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[20 Oct 2015 | | ]

TweetShareAre You Respecting Your Wife or husband?
 Ephesians 5:22-33, Hebrews 10:10, Titus 3:5-7, 1 Corinthians 6:15
 October 18, 2015
 Points to Ponder

A wife must submit to her husband with Christian love (Ephesians 5:22-24).
A husband must love his wife as Christ loves us so she will shine with the love of Christ in her heart (Ephesians 5:25).
A husband must be willing to sacrifice himself for his wife as Christ did for the church to reconcile us to God (Ephesians 5:26-27, Hebrews 10:10, Titus 3:5-7).
The husband has the responsibility to lead, serve and guide …

Headline, Relationship, Teens »

[2 Oct 2012 | | ]
Teenagers’ Reflections on What They Like About Their Teachers

TweetShareTeenagers’ Reflections on What They Like About Their Teachers
Adolescences seem to have a variety of opinions relative to their experiences with teachers. This article focuses on the positive experiences teens’ encountered with their teachers.  Teachers play an important part of teens’ lives and teachers have a great influence on teens’ lives in positive and negative manners. It’s critical for teachers to invest words of encouragement instead of discouragement in teens’ lives. Teachers are great assets to teens, society, and should never neglect to build a strong professional relationship with their …

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[25 Sep 2012 | | ]
Changes Mothers Need to Make to Improve Relationship with Teenagers

TweetShareChanges Mothers Need to Make to Improve Relationship with Teenagers
Recently, I wrote an article regarding changes teenagers needed of their father to improve relationship. I thought it would also be interesting to evaluate how teenagers felt about their relationship with their mothers. Mothers are the greatest asset to the family.  I appreciate them greatly because moms bring a wealth of commitment, care and love to the family. Their energy fosters the right kind of family foundation. Every family needs emotional stability in the home. It’s amazing how many mothers multitask …

Featured, Relationship, Spirituality »

[1 Jul 2010 | | ]
Forgive

TweetShareThis updated post focuses on how important it is for you to forgive those that hurt you to the core of your heart.  When you forgive, it will help you to maintain your Faith. It will give you strength to overcome Obstacles. It gives you the ability to Repent when you are wrong. It guides you closer to God and it will prevent an Infection of hatred from flourishing in your life.  When you forgive, you will also have Victory over your own life without others influencing you in a …

Featured, Parenting, Relationship »

[16 May 2010 | | ]
Parent Acknowledges She Never Wanted to Control Her Attitude

TweetShareThis post is about Shirley, a parent, who never wanted to control her attitude.  Shirley’s attitude negatively impacted her relationship with her children.
Shirley’s Testimonial
“The life skills workshop impacted my life because it helped me to learn how to control my attitude and temper. Before, I never liked to control my attitude.  Before learning to control my attitude, I would be frustrated with everything!  Now I don’t feel that way.  I am able to bask in the great feeling I have when I control my attitude. It makes me feel better. …

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[19 Feb 2010 | | ]
Commit to Having a Fun Weekend

TweetShareHere’s my challenge for every family in the world. I challenge you to focus on encouraging and up lifting each other with kind words and deeds. Make a commitment to enjoy life on a weekend you choose. Do not use any negative words that might hurt a family member.
It will be a great challenge because you can’t control others but you can control yourself. Here are some suggestions:
1. Send your family members a nice text message.
2. E-mail them an encouraging word.
3. Leave a note under their pillow or in their …

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[19 Feb 2010 | | ]
I Immediately Blew it As a Mother and Wife!

TweetShareAngel’s Testimonial is about missing an opportunity to listen to God during a difficult situation in the home.
Angel’s Testimonial:
“Lord, may the beauty of your Spirit be so evident in me that I will be a godly role model. Give me the communication, teaching, and nurturing skills that I must have. Make me the parent you want me to be and teach me how to pray and truly intercede for the life of this child.”
This was the first thing that I read this morning as I poured coffee and turned my …

Family, Relationship »

[14 Feb 2010 | | ]

TweetShare(Genesis 13:1-18)
Points to Ponder

Being blessed sometimes creates problems between us and others (Genesis 13:1-5).
Obstacles sometimes cause severe problems for the family (Genesis 13:5-6).
Sometimes others within the family can start quarreling over things (Genesis 13:7-8).
Families must go separate ways sometimes to maintain peace (Genesis 13:9).
The spiritual leader must sometimes take the rough road for the weak (Genesis 13:9).
Someone will always make a better choice (Genesis 13:10-11).
The grass is not always greener on the other side it will go dormant too (Genesis 13:13).
God will re-affirm His promise to us no matter where …

Family, Relationship, Teens »

[8 Feb 2010 | | ]

TweetShareThis is a testimonial about Thomas, a teenager who recognized the need to control his attitude and temper.
 Thomas’ Testimonial-
I attended a class to help me understand how to turn negative situations around into positive ones in my life.  I learned to think about consequences of my actions before I make a decision because my actions have hurt someone’s feelings or led to a fight.

“I know that being in control will help me to respect others and myself”

I learned that controlling my attitude and temper would help me be a better …

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[30 Jan 2010 | | ]

TweetShareEphesians 5:22-33
Points to Ponder

 We must submit to our spouses with Christian love (Ephesians 5:22-24).
A husband must love his wife as Christ loves us so she will shine with the love of Christ in her heart (Ephesians 5:25).
The husband has the responsibility to lead, serve and guide the family so they may enjoy the fruits of Christ’s labor (Ephesians 5:26-29).
A husband must treat his wife with dignity and respect (Ephesians 5:30).
The husband and wife must be united as one but retain their own personality and identity (Ephesians 5:31).
The husband and wife …