If you live in the DC area, I invite you to come to the married couple’s seminar Appeal for Purity is sponsoring for the first time. Continue reading Don’t Miss Out!
A4P Guest: “I’ve been married for the past five years and I have two little kids. My husband and I don’t communicate that much and we always argue. I’m struggling to respect him and he is struggling to show me any sort of love. I can hardly remember a day that I enjoyed my life with him. I was in love with him when we were dating and then I will say, after about three months into our marriage, we began arguing for every little thing and disagreements. I always decide to be the first one to stop but I always find myself in the middle of a heated argument. What do you advise me to do?” Continue reading Positive Attitude Benefit You
One of the million things sin does in our lives is this: It makes our growth in Christ very slow.
So, let’s take each one of these nagging and habitual sins out of our lives so that we can grow in Christ in wisdom and knowledge. ///
Within a few hours, the peaceful transfer of power from one president to another is going to take place here in Washington, DC.
“Politics is a dirty game;” – No matter how bad or good the candidates fight, it is the will of God that wins in the end; and it is very interesting to witness that every four years. Continue reading Inauguration Day!
Do you know that most of us wives want our husbands to read our minds?
Yes, we do. The funny part, at least for me, is this: We usually don’t know that we are demanding our husbands to read our minds. Let me give you one simple example to show you how this reality plays out on a day to day life.
A wife plans to have a date night with her husband and plans out the details. She doesn’t tell him that she is thinking about it. Then one night as they go to bed, she suggests: “Hey Baby, let’s go out for dinner tomorrow night, alone, without our kids.” Continue reading “Hey Baby, Let’s Go Out For Dinner”