“Let him who is without sin among you be the first to throw a stone at her.” Did Jesus act with all grace and no truth, or all truth and no grace? — or both? This sermon explores John 5:53-8:11 (a text not in the oldest biblical manuscripts) and considers what we can learn from it about opening doors to others.
This one “tiny” habit can contaminate a marriage. It’s small, but it’s big. Here’s what it is and what to do about it.
If you want to quickly become the perfect husband, this is for you. (And if you see through this title, this is for you). And if you know your wife’s life is complex and want to help… this is for you too.
Who was Valentine, anyway? Did he secretly marry star-crossed lovers? Was he a priest? And what is some advice for a stronger love today?
If you’re married, you can do this. (But it’s so common-sensical that maybe you don’t do it.) Here’s the thing: We want the best for our
It’s a strong idea: Each of us has a mate out there—a perfect mate. A match-made-in-heaven. A “soul mate.” Most people think of their “soul”
Just because you both speak English doesn’t mean you speak the same language. Have you ever overhead a conversation where… Two people were simply on
This isn’t one of those lists that tells you to start doing a bunch more things so that (a) you have more stuff to do
For those of you who are married, do you remember your wedding vows? Having had the privilege of marrying several people (no, I’m not a