Communication

Nurture Your Marriage

Just as a gardener plants seeds, waters and reaps a harvest, in marriage you and your spouse will reap what you sow.  If you nurture your love relationship, cultivating it through affirmation, acts of service, gifts, physical touch and quality time, you will reap a harvest of unconditional love and respect.  Remember, when you are nurturing your marriage you need to keep Christ in the center.  Pray with and for your spouse daily,  read God’s powerful word and find fellowship at church with other Christian couples.  This will prosper your marriage and fill you with JOY!

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A Bickering Duet

Although this is titled A Bickering Duet, I am sure you would agree that the bickering between a husband and wife is not as pleasant to listen to as a song. I hate bickering!  It not only makes me cringe when other couples bicker, but the annoyance that stirs from my husband and I bickering is just as awful.  What gets to me the most is that bickering is usually over something so minimal, its nothing at all!  So why do we still bicker??? Just a few days ago my husband and I were driving down the road with a friend of ours riding shot gun.  Instead of listening to the radio my husband shares an idea he had regarding our photography business.  I responded

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Put Quality Into The Love You Give

Isn’t this so true?  Marriage can get stale if we are focusing our attention on everything BUT our husbands.  Marriage can be dull if we give all of our energy to everyone else BUT our husbands.  Without quality in our love and sincerity in our heart, our marriage will deteriorate, which will in turn effect all other aspects of our life.  SO, slow down, take a deep breath and give quality love to the man who gave his hand in marriage!  

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Are You Building Walls Or Bridges With Your Husband?

Your heart is an intricate part of who you are.  An organ that sets the pace for how you operate.  Although physically it pumps rhythmically and involuntarily for your body to function properly, emotionally you have a little more control over what goes in and what comes out.  Personally I can tell you I have felt the physical weight of carrying things around in my heart.  From a young age I built walls; like a city would to fortify and protect itself, I too have built walls of defense to contain or retain things in my life.  Walls that keep people at a distance.  Some of the walls in my heart are made of sticks and mud, easily washed away with the flood of tears,

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