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“How do I look?” Part 2 of 7

Posted by Gregg on Dec 29, 2011 in biblical manhood, Biblical womanhood, Holy matrimony

Don’t get me wrong. I am not attempting an argument from personal ignorance, nor am I accusing Evans of outright lying. After all, what would be her possible agenda?

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“How do I look?” Part 1 of 7

Posted by Gregg on Dec 28, 2011 in biblical manhood, Biblical womanhood, Holy matrimony

Does appearance matter in marriage? Is refusing to take stewardship over one’s personal appearance — “appearance” as defined by whatever subjective standards individual married couples recognize — considered sinful?

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Dear Hallee: Date Night

Posted by Hallee on Oct 25, 2011 in Dating, Life, Love, Marriage, Romance

I have a date night question for you.

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The Power of a Praying Wife: Chapter 30 – His Future

Posted by Hallee on Sep 25, 2011 in Christian Faith, Holy matrimony, Love, Marriage, Prayer, Praying Wife

Last Sunday, a couple in our church celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary. I LOVE that there are several couples in our church that have been married for over 50 years. I think that is amazing. Gregg and I were older when we got married, so neither one of us really expect to make it to 65 years, but we’ll take 50 with gladness and joy.

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The Power of a Praying Wife: Chapter 29 – His Faith

Posted by Hallee on Sep 10, 2011 in Christian Faith, Prayer, Praying Wife

Faith is the foundation of everything we believe. If we don’t have faith, how can we claim a relationship with God? For everything else we have discussed in this book, faith, to me, is the most important.

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The Power of a Praying Wife: Chapter 28 – His Self Image

Posted by Hallee on Aug 27, 2011 in Christian Faith, Holy matrimony, Marriage, Prayer, Praying Wife

Our pastor preached a sermon one time on marriage and said, “I can go to work and get beat up by work colleagues all day long. I can get cut off in traffic, I can get talked over in meetings, I can get disrespected by my associates. And I can come come to my wife who is my biggest cheerleader and who tells me I’m wonderful and can do it, and nothing else will matter. The rest of the world just fades away into unimportant.”

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The Power of a Praying Wife: Chapter 27 – His Obedience

Several months ago, Gregg was faced with a tough decision. He had fulfilled two contracts in Afghanistan, had been gone for eighteen months, and needed to decide if he was going to stay there or come home. He fasted and prayed and sought what the right decision would be. Then he called me.

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Love & Respect

The above quote very effectively sums up what I hear most often when addressing the idea of wives respecting their husbands the same way that husbands are to love their wives. I don’t know why we accept the fact that they must unconditionally love us, but a wall goes up when considering an unconditional respect.

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The Power of a Praying Wife: Chapter 25 – His Repentance

Posted by Hallee on Jun 11, 2011 in Christian Faith, Holy matrimony, Marriage, Praying Wife

I used to think the term “repentance” was the entire package of what a Christian was to do. Likely because of pop culture political cartoons or caricatures with some sign or caption in them about “repent and be saved!” So, in my mind, repentance meant confession of sins and turning away from sins while accepting Jesus Christ into your life and heart all at the same time.

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Surviving Separation: Accepting Help

Posted by Hallee on May 12, 2011 in Marriage, Surviving separation

I’m not a handy woman. I can work things that don’t require a lot of mechanical know-how. For instance, I can use a level and a measuring tape to map out a series of wall hangings that will be evenly spaced and properly hanged; however, that’s just math. I’m good with math. What I can’t do is use a drill, a chain saw, or any of the other multiple power tools and mechanical items in my husband’s workshop.

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