Things don’t have to accelerate, even if they are going poorly. Here’s why.
Katie and I spent a few days in Myrtle Beach last week, part of our ongoing anniversary celebration. 45 years today. Katie has, as I’ve indicated recently, a deep interest in health and exercise, although she also has an intense interest in tea. She carries her own tea bags when we go out to eat—but… Continue reading a walk on the beach
For an anniversary, there was surprisingly little nostalgia or remembering. Our single most significant conversation was about our future.
Our marriage easily becomes our idol, the thing we seek more than we seek God. It is even easier for our expectations of our spouse to become an idol, the image in our head of what our spouse should look like or do.
Marriage was always a picture of Christ and the church, of His unconditional, self-sacrificing, sanctifying delight in His people.