Recent Articles

28 Jan

Cohabitation, Common Law Marriage & Other Ambiguous Questions

Recently, I received an email from an attorney who is a friend of our ministry. She described the dilemma she often faces when trying to answer questions concerning what constitutes a marriage. These are the concerns she voiced in her email (by permission):: I’ve been entertaining some philosophical discussions of marriage lately. I had a

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14 Feb

Saint Valentine

This is the February 14th devotion from our new couple’s devotional book “Time for Three” Saint Valentine Read 1 Corinthians 13:1–13              Paul reminded the ambitious, success-oriented Corinthians that life is pointless without God’s love. Without love, a person eventually loses incentive to communicate (v. 1). Without love, vast knowledge is meaningless (v. 2). Sacrifice

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24 Oct

Speaking the Truth in Love to Homosexuals

When I was a teen in the late sixties and early seventies, students or faculty at our high school rumored to be homosexual were scorned, laughed at, and labeled as “queer”, “fag” or “gay.” I guess we assumed our insults would demean them into a straight lifestyle. Homosexual trends have rampantly increased since those days,

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18 Sep

Maximizing Your Marriage

As a Christian, the most important aspect of my life is my relationship with God.  My life is all about Jesus. He is my identity, my passion. When Debbie and I read and discuss the Word together, we are sharing the most important facet of our lives.  We are connecting in a profound, powerful way.

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15 May

Ten Keys to Raising Godly Children

When I minister in churches, couples often ask, “How can I raise Godly children”?  I sense these parents are longing for me to give them a formula in which to input their offspring so that children who love and respect the Lord will pop out. However, as most seasoned parents understand, this cannot be reduced

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