Don’t Let the Thanks Giving End

Whether it be through prayer, mindfulness, a walk in nature, or through a cheesy thanksgiving roundtable of what are you most thankful for, we have all experienced gratitude and if so, we have likely then experienced the overwhelming sense of good it brings. When we...

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Your Role as a Godly Husband

We’ve all seen a movie or two where a dramatic father-son moment goes down and the son is left home without his father. Maybe the dad is called off to war. Maybe the dad is on his deathbed. Whatever the case may be, the dad looks at his son and says something along...

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How to Avoid a Bankrupt Marriage

We are all aware that you cannot spend more money than you make. The logic is there, plain and simple. If you take out more than you put in, it is a recipe for disaster. You will end up in debt, in need, or even worse bankrupt. But for some reason, we do not apply...

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Advice for the Newlyweds: 3 Things to Remember in Marriage

I recently had the opportunity to briefly speak at the wedding of my brother-in-law. It was an absolute honor. And he asked me to give some advice to the new couple. But he also gave me a 5-minute limit! So… to say the least, it was difficult to elect what I should...

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How Hiking with a Toddler is Like Our Walk with God

We recently stayed the night in the beautiful mountains of Colorado. When we took our first hike near the house we were staying in, my daughters led the way. My 2-year-old son and I followed closely behind. By the end of the hike (the very small hike I might add –...

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How to Stay Calm Road Tripping with Your Kids

We have all been there before. You stuff the car to the brim. You charge the ipads up. You wake the kids in the middle of the night to embark on a 'fun' family road trip... But after a few hours and a few stops, it begins to dawn on you. This sucks. And if I hear 'are...

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