Tag: marriage

Let’s Take “I Deserve To Be Happy” Out Of Our Vocabulary

Ephesians 2:8-9 For by grace you have been saved through faith. And this is not your own doing; it is the gift of God, not a result of works, so that no one may boast. If I hear one more married person that is about to get divorced say “I deserve to be happy,” I... Read more »

I May Get The Ironman Medal But My Wife Deserves One Too

In my quest to become a 2-time Ironman, 1 person has stood head and shoulders above everyone else in helping make it happen and I would be a fool to not acknowledge it. The spotlight will be on me on September 7 for Ironman as I bust my butt to get through the 140.6-mile triathlon... Read more »

Why The “Pick 5 Pictures That Make Me Feel Beautiful” Trend Got My Attention

I recently noticed a trend going around Facebook that women are sharing pictures that “Make them feel beautiful” and then challenging other women to do the same. The reason I noticed this was that my wife was one of those women that participated in this exercise. When I first noticed her status, I admit that... Read more »

Do You Believe In Miracles!

When I think about movies that have impacted me, there are so many out there. I could list Rocky, Brian’s Song, Rudy, or even Good Will Hunting. The list could go on for hours. What is on my mind right now is the movie “Miracle”. This is the Kurt Russell movie based on the 1980... Read more »

Amy's Grace=AMYzing Grace

“A man doesn’t own his marriage; he is only the steward of his wife’s love.”- Edwin Louis Cole My wife has the ability to do so many things. Her smile and laugh can lift me up to such great heights. Her support when I need it is unmatched by anyone or anything. She does more... Read more »

Christians need to stop focussing on gay marriage

I am tired of hearing people debate the gay marriage topic. I understand that it’s a heated, passionate issue. I have heard both sides of this topic for years and to be quite honest, I think Christians have really missed the boat on this. I have remained silent for as long as I can and... Read more »