Posts Tagged ‘Christian marriage’

It is easy to get married—it is difficult to stay married. I can’t recall where I first heard those words, but truer words have rarely been spoken. For decades studies have shown that approximately half of the marriages in our society end up in divorce. Those are staggering results, and the disappointing thing to me […]

Family Choices

Posted: 6th January 2013 by Jason Coleman in Communication, Love is a Choice
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One choice that many couples face is whether or not both spouses should work outside of the home. This is typically not a very difficult de­cision, that is, until you bring children into the world. Those of you who have kids can all agree on this one thing—everything changes with kids! While it was most […]

This morning I circled the mall several times seeking the elusive parking stall nearest the mall entrance that would minimize the amount of rain drops I needed to dodge. Realizing it was a futile effort, I chose a spot on the outskirts of the parking lot. I trudged my way through ever-widening puddles and driving […]

As men, we carry the God-given burden and responsibility to lead our wives and families and to be the spiritual leader of our home.  What does that look like to you? What type of leader are you at home?For many years Debby and I “played fake” and put on our “church face” whenever we showed […]

Love is a Choice

Posted: 29th July 2012 by Jason Coleman in Love is a Choice
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For the past several months the media and the American public has been captivated with the ever-increasing stories of high profile divorces. The famed Kardashian 72-day marriage, Demi and Ashton calling it quits after six years, the Terminator terminating his marriage with Maria Shriver, actors Scarlett Johansson and Ryan Reynolds splitting up, and the list […]