Wait patiently.

“Do you believe that I am able to do this? (Jesus)” Matthew 9:28 Waiting is hard. It has to be one of the most difficult virtues to embrace – especially in America. We’re used to having what we want, when we want it, with no questions asked. Here’s a hard reality – American Christianity tends… Continue reading Wait patiently.

The keys to your freedom will often be the keys to someone else’s freedom.

Through the years we have been amazed as we’ve shared our personal and marital struggles with others. Most of the time when we share our story and our struggles, it almost always connects with someone else’s struggles. And, as we have shared our story, there have been times we could see the chains of bondage… Continue reading The keys to your freedom will often be the keys to someone else’s freedom.

Learn to say “I was wrong” as well as “I’m sorry.”

As we raised our children, it soon became apparent there was a vast difference between having them say “I am sorry” to one another versus saying “I was wrong.” More often than not, “I am sorry” meant “I’m sorry I got caught…”, “I’m sorry you’re making me do this…” or “Okay, I’ll tell them I’m… Continue reading Learn to say “I was wrong” as well as “I’m sorry.”