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Love is an action

When I started dating my wife, I wrote her long love letters. I poured out my deep emotions in poetic prose. I waited to…

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Rock-star parents

The other day a dad thanked me for commanding him to be mediocre. During a recent sermon, I had asked him and all the…

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Being human

When my youngest daughter was born, she came out crying. The doctor said, “It’s a girl!” but my daughter just cried at the sound…

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A shout-out to “unslothy” women

The closest my wife gets to sloth is holding one. On a recent vacation, our family visited a sloth habitat in Honduras where my…

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Ladies, we men need you

There are few things as statistically powerful as a man who loves Jesus. Perhaps you’ve read the studies concerning the impact men have on…

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The loyalty of a husband

I have a friend who studied art and design. He says, “The eye is drawn to a vertical line.” That’s the temptation men face…

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Lay down love

These days, marriage is about as popular as powdered wigs. Divorce abounds; cohabiting is the norm. Part of the problem is that godly love…

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What every wife wants

What does a woman want? As a dude, I would be completely unqualified to answer that question. But I’m a Bible dude, so I…

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What every dude desires

Every wife’s plan should be to satisfy her man. No, the male supporters of Time of Grace did not pay me to say that….

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Three ways to date

Whom should a Christian date? Many single Christians wish a God-fearing, funny, compatible, thoughtful, beautiful person would plop down from heaven. But it’s not…

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Wives: Respect!

It is extremely interesting that God did not give identical instructions to men and women in his prime directive for marriage. Men need to…

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Husbands: Love!

It’s a wedding cliché that the bride and groom say “I do” to each other, as in “I do love you.” Well, forgive me…