Recent Articles

19 Jul

Meism in Marriage Part 2

The Solution In last months’ article “Meism in Marriage Part One” (click link above to read part one if you missed it), I defined meism as the heart condition of an individual who is consumed with self. Hence, I concluded that all marriage conflicts are in essence meism conflicts that often result in divorce! An

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19 Jul

Meism in Marriage Part 1

Over the last twenty years in family ministry I have often been asked, “If you could put your finger on the number one problem that causes most marriages to end in divorce, what would it be?” After years of counseling and conducting literally hundreds of marriage conferences, I can confidently respond, “Meism is the number

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19 Jul

Give Thanks?

A Thanksgiving Message for the Family After laborious complications and disappointing delays in arranging transportation, Pilgrim husbands and wives joined hearts to start a new life together in America. They were willing to leave behind all of their earthly possessions and risk death because of their hearts’ desire for freedom to worship God. Historical records

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19 Jul

Is Spanking Biblical?

Is corporal punishment (spanking) an acceptable means of discipline? When it comes to parenting, perhaps there is no more controversial question, even among Christians. We now live in a culture that is inundated with diverse advice on this matter. Dr. Alan E. Kazdin, professor of Psychology and Child Psychiatry at Yale University and director of

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19 Jul

Faithful Fathering

Perhaps one of the greatest callings God has given to men is the call to be Godly faithful fathers to their children. Unfortunately in America the call to faithful fatherhood has been abandoned by many fathers. An estimated 25 million children (40%) live in homes without their fathers . David Blackenhorn, president of the Institute

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