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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 …

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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 …

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[24 Jul 2010 | | ]
Husband and Wife Half Truths Lead To Potential Disaster

TweetShareGenesis 20:1-17
This post is about Abraham and Sarah’s half truths that impacted the life of people in a negative manner.
Points to Ponder

God will continue to guide and protect us on our life’s journey (Genesis 20:1).
There are times when knowledge can lead us to make wrong choices (Genesis 20:2).
When a half truth is told, it can severely impact the lives of others (Genesis 20:3).
God will reveal to the innocent the wrong choices they have made (Genesis 20:4-6).
There are times when God must put fear in our lives for us to change …

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[1 Mar 2010 | | ]

TweetShare(Genesis 15:1-21)
Points to Ponder

God will give us a vision of the future (Genesis 15:1).
God will comfort, shield, and protect us during our Christian journey (Genesis 15:2).
There are times the magnitude of the promise seems impossible to achieve (Genesis 15:3).
There are times we don’t clearly understand the mechanism God will use to fulfill His promise (Genesis 15:4-6).
It’s okay to question God when you don’t understand what He’s saying (Genesis 15:8).
God will give us proof sometimes to strengthen and encourage us to prevent hopelessness (Genesis 15:9-10).
There are times God will reveal …

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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 …

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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 …

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[26 Dec 2009 | | ]
Parents Must Understand Impact Their  Behavior Have on Children Development

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In this article, you will read about two different cases and how the families contributed to the development of their child’s negative and or positive behavior. These cases listed are true but the names have been changed. If you are currently facing conflict with a rebellious child, your first priority is to evaluate your contribution to the situation.  The old saying “It takes two to tango is very true”.  Please seriously evaluate how you are responding and communicating to your children, especially when you are:

Angry
Dealing with aging parents
Discipline your children
Experiencing …