Category Archive: Marriage

Oct 07

Important Marriage Conversations during Transition

I have told you before that you have to treat your marriage like a team event, not a contract.  If you win an argument against your wife, your marriage loses, and ipso facto, you lose too.  The only way to win is to work as a team and win together.  Today I want to focus …

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Apr 06

Will Your Marriage Survive?

I want to ask you a question about your marriage.  Obviously I will not know the answer unless you chose to tell me, but I want you to really take a moment and answer the question before you read on: Why did you get Married? Now are any of your answers like the ones below? …

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Apr 03

Center of Gravity

I am not confident our nation’s leaders have a clue of what our country’s “Center of Gravity” (CoG) is and probably a great number of them don’t know what their own individual CoG is either.  Because if they did, they would certainly change their practices. If this is the first time you have ever been …

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Jan 23

How do you look at your wife?

“Look at how he looks at her,” I leaned over and whispered to my wife in the middle of the sermon. Over the last few weeks the pastor at Manna Church in Fayetteville has been giving a sermon series with his wife.  Last week I noticed a look in his eye and for a few …

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