7 Games to Play as a Couple

We love playing games as a couple. I’ve shared before five games to play as a couple, but we’ve discovered so many more games to enjoy that I wanted to share our newest favorites with you. Game nights are one of our favorite ways to spend a date night in. It’s a great way to unwind together and share a… Read More

20 Quick Ways to Show Your Wife Love

By contributing writer, Mark Life has gotten crazy busy yet again for our family. The list of “due yesterday” is five pages long and the responsibilities weigh on my shoulders like a couple of anvils from a Road Runner cartoon, except I am not as fast as the Road Runner to get away from it all! Ever since Leigh Ann and… Read More

9 Ways to Love Your UnBelieving Husband

By contributing writer, Amy For many years, I was married to an unbeliever, a non-Christian. We were certain we were made for each other, and we built a family together, complete with house and kids. Oh, how I loved that man! He made me smile at the very thought of him. He laughed at my stupid jokes and told me… Read More

5 Habits We Started Early that Have Kept Our Marriage Strong

Marriage is a beautiful gift. It’s hard. Frustratingly hard sometimes. My husband and I see each other in our greatest times of need. We see each other at our best and at our worst. Everyday we wake up, committing ourselves to covenant keeping love. Each day we get the choice to die to self. We get to choose love. My… Read More

A Recipient of Extravagant Grace

By contributing writer, Ami By now I’m sure your Christmas preparations are well underway. Twinkling lights, trees, wrapping paper, cookies, hot chocolate, wreaths, ribbons, shopping, carols, traditions… It’s a delightful hustle and bustle. I love it. I absolutely do. But sometimes I start to forget the main thing. Maybe you do too? Well, come sit for a minute, grab a cup… Read More

Missions Are Not Just Overseas

By contributing writer, Jane I’ve always had a heart for missions. I used to dream of moving to India or Asia and spreading the Gospel of Jesus to souls in need of Him. But long story short, life took over, and traveling overseas has yet to happen. Maybe it will someday, but in my current season of life, I feel a… Read More