Recent Articles

22 Jan

What is Love?

I vividly recall a day in my tenth grade biology class when my eyes landed on the most beautiful sight I had ever seen – Debbie. My heart began to beat out of my chest and I wondered, “Could I be in love?” As a teenager, I was clueless as to what it meant to

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15 Jun

Combating Confusion with Jealousy

This month is a critical month in the history of our nation! The Supreme Court Justices will decide whether to force legalization of so called “same sex marriage” in every state. We need to pray, but as we pray, I believe to avoid being hypocritical, every Christian married couple needs to examine themselves by asking,

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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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