Always remember that you were created for him, not the other way around (1 Corinthians 11:9). Yes, I know this isn’t a very popular statement, but I firmly believe it to be a Fact of Life. Men don’t do well without us (Genesis 2:18). Continue reading “Partnering With a Godly Man”
What do Joseph & the Karate Kid have in common? They were both in training, even though they didn’t recognize because it looked like they weren’t going anywhere at the time. Continue reading “Training for Reigning”
Daniel wants to learn karate.
But Mr. Miyagi has had him slaving around his house for the past 4 days. Sand the deck. Wash the car. Paint the house. Paint the fence.
And Daniel is angry. But he’s been in training nonetheless.
What is The Lord training you for?
If you’ve read the Old Testament stories, you know no one’s journey followed an easy path. They all messed up. A lot. And God used their circumstances to prepare them. Continue reading “Joseph the Dreamer”
If I speak in the tongues of men or of angels, but do not have love, I am only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal. If I have the gift of prophecy and can fathom all mysteries and all knowledge, and if I have a faith that can move mountains, but do not have love, I am nothing. Continue reading “More Excellent”
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”
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!”