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Session Three: Commitment in Marriage Many marriages were destined for trouble from the utterance of the words “I do.” When they publicly declared, “I do”, they really didn’t understand what they were committing to. They had no comprehension of what true commitment was. They entered marriage knowing that divorce was a viable option in their pursuit of self-fulfillment and happiness, or they naively thought that it could never happen to them. For many there isn’t much differen
Session Two: Gender Roles in Marriage In this session, we will discuss God’s role for the husband and wife in the marriage union. Why are gender roles so important in marriage? For one, God designed marriage, and when people do not follow his design, the marriage is destined for problems. It is important for us to know and follow his design, even when it is countercultural or opposite of what we are accustomed to. We can discern the importance of gender roles by considering t
Introduction Welcome! The fact that you have chosen to do this study means that you care about having a godly marriage that pleases the Lord. The focus of this study will be biblical premarital counseling, but the principles will be great for married couples as well. Unlike many other premarital courses, we will not be focusing on psychology but on the Bible. We will do this because we believe in the sufficiency of Scripture. Second Timothy 3:16-17 says: “All Scripture is Go
“What are those feeble Jews doing? Will they restore their wall? Will they offer sacrifices? Will they finish in a day? Can they bring the stones back to life from those heaps of rubble—burned as they are?” (Nehemiah 4:2b) Have you ever had one of those projects you had great hopes for, but inevitably, it kept discouraging you, and you finally gave up and placed it in the "Could have been/Had so much potential pile?" But, in the back of your mind, you still had a little must