Archive for the ‘Guard Your Marriage’ Category

I woke up this morning thinking what a great day it would be to go fishing! The salmon are running in the local rivers and I could be in the water within thirty minutes. I rolled out of bed and could feel the excitement and the thrill of fighting a fish. I visualized reeling in […]

Debby and I are about to embark on a busy month of speaking and teaching opportunities. Please keep us in your prayers as we share God’s truth about marriage and relationships over the next few weeks. Here is our schedule: September 29, 2012 – Awana Ministry Conference, Palmcroft Baptist Church, Phoenix, AZ October 6th, 2012 […]

Chocolate and Wine

Posted: 20th September 2012 by Jason Coleman in "Affair-proof" your marriage, Guard Your Marriage

We all experience lows in the romance department from time to time. Two things that just can’t go wrong are Chocolate and Wine. A chilled glass of wine and a few Hershey Kisses are a great way to say “I Love You” and a sure way to bring a smile to her face…and yours! Buy […]

Be honest about your feelings

Posted: 15th September 2012 by Jason Coleman in Guard Your Marriage, Infidelity

Many people think that once they are married, they will no longer be attracted to other people. That is wrong and dangerous thinking. In reality, you are married…but not dead! You and I still see attractive or handsome people and we need to be honest with our spouse when this happens. Tell your spouse about […]

Insurmountable Odds

Posted: 25th August 2012 by Jason Coleman in Guard Your Marriage, Infidelity

Every marriage and every relationship has challenges. Some are dealt with quickly and are easily resolved while others pose what appear to be insurmountable barriers. What’s a person to do when life deals you a hand that, at first glance, gives you no opportunity for success? In some card games, you can exchange your cards […]

The cell phone vibrates in his pocket, receiving a silent message that his wife can’t detect. Glancing at the gas gauge, he tells his wife that they need to stop at the next exit for gas. After fueling up the vehicle, he does what he usually does on road trips…heads for the restroom. After all, […]