More than one man has encouraged me – through their own disrespectful behavior – to rebel against submission. Even so, it felt like an essential part of my identity was missing. Continue reading “Strong & Gentle”
One godly man changed my life forever. My experience with him is summed up nicely with this speech [see emphasis], quoted from the 1955 film A Man Called Peter. The movie was based on the book by Catherine Marshall, wife of the future Chaplain of the U.S. Senate. Continue reading “Wonderful Womanhood”
I love to see a woman who knows how to love her man. She knows he’s sensitive to her. And she uses that knowledge to build him up.
She responds lovingly to the man that God created him to be. Affirming both who he is – as well as who he is is becoming.
How does she do it? Continue reading “The King’s Heart”
Submission is not a popular teaching. Distorted & dismissed as an out-dated idea. We don’t really understand it. And most pastors & counselors avoid it altogether. So we’re taught virtually nothing about it. Except that submission is “weakness.” And instead of embracing a blessing, we’ve become its fervent opponent. How did we let THAT happen? Continue reading “The Tragedy of PostModern Womanhood”
Are you just telling the Lord to help him to get his act together so your life will be easier? Or are you sincerely interested in meeting your man’s emotional needs? Continue reading “Pray Differently”
An understanding of men necessarily includes a healthy respect for the Man Cave. But women typically have a really hard time with it. They have nothing to compare it to, so it simply doesn’t make sense to them. But it makes a lot of sense to men. Continue reading “The Man Cave”
A beautiful couple share the results of their work with Dr. Debi Smith, Couples Psychologist. “We cannot be thankful enough for you saving our marriage (would seem almost impossible to most), and also to restoring it to much better than before the separation!”