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A Husband Lives Out Christ’s Love for the Church

March 25, 2014 by


Back a couple of years ago, a good friend of ours in the blogging community, Kayla Gulick, wrote a piece entitled My Demon. In the post, she explored all of the voices she hears in her head as a woman that try to break down her security in her relationship with her husband. I thought […]

Modern Sportsmanship

December 10, 2013 by


This weekend, being an avid football watching junkie, I took delight in getting to watch all of the college football conference championship games on TV. With all of the best of the best teams playing, it is a great opportunity to see some of the most talented players going up against equally strong opposition. I […]

How Do I Get My Wife To Feel Loved By Me?

November 19, 2013 by


Today’s post is from Rick at Rick decided to come up with a list in response to the post on Things Husbands Do That Make Their Wife Feel Unloved. Rick’s list explores items that a husband needs to do for his wife to feel loved by him. It is written in a list form […]

Differing Standards: The Car Seat Conundrum

November 5, 2013 by


Sometime after getting over that initial shock that we were going to bring a baby into this world and before the baby actually arrived, my wife and I took that inevitable trip to “Babies ‘R Us” to see all of those things that we would have to have for this baby to actually survive in […]

How to Change or Not Change Your Wife

October 8, 2013 by


I see emails all of the time from people struggling in their marriage. In most, the biggest issue is presented something like this: “If he…….”, “If she……” , “He does…”, or “She does…” The problem lies in that a lot of the time the struggling spouse is totally consumed with the failures of their mate. […]

Flame Retardant Men

September 19, 2013 by


Growing up, my Dad would often tell me sayings that his Mom often told him while he was growing up. A lot of them would be little nuggets of truth or peculiar ways that she wanted things done that she was unwavering on. One such thing was that she wanted the kids to rake the […]

Being a Football Fan and a Family Man

September 11, 2013 by


When I was young I lived in a small rural farm town. There wasn’t a lot that went on there, but the people had a huge amount of pride in their little town. Seemed like at the time, most of the families had lived there for generations, and most had relatives that lived nearby. On […]

Being a Good Bad Guy

August 27, 2013 by


Back when I was in high school, 25 years ago today, I went to a concert at a local Christian bookstore with a friend. The band was a local group and truthfully they were pretty bad. To give you an indication of how bad they were, the one song that I can remember that they […]

The Controlling Husband: Wanting to be a god when you should be like Jesus

August 1, 2013 by


The topic of my posts usually center on issues involved with a passive husband learning to begin to selflessly lead in the marriage and how to love your wife as Christ loves the church.  While it appears that there is an increasing number of husbands that have ditched their leadership roles in their families and […]

I am going to show them!

July 2, 2013 by


As men, we are programmed to try to fix things. Usually that is a very helpful thing. If something stops working on the car, then we try to diagnose the problem and fix it. If the drain is slow or clogged, then we try to fix it. If a big roach is crawling across the […]

Let Go! From Passive Husband to a Husband with Passion

May 21, 2013 by


One of the biggest problems being faced in marriages today is when a husband stops leading in the marriage. Somewhere along the way he has shut down and stopped communicating. He has decided to stop feeling and go along for the ride because in his mind he thinks this might be easier. Maybe he feels […]

Please, Say Something!

April 26, 2013 by


Peacefulwife here. 🙂 One of the biggest issues the wives at talk about is how frustrating it is when they ask their husbands something and their husbands just never respond. We have been exploring how men think and process emotions over the past few weeks.  I think the more that women can understand just […]