You and your spouse are allies, not enemies. We must fight for our marriage because we love. We must fight for who we love. We must make war to make love last in marriage. Make war against those things that could divide our union. Fight for those things that will protect and preserve our union. Make love our highest priority as we pursue a selfless, sacrificial, and more perfect union. Here are 4 ways to fight for your marriage
I’ve made it a habit of sending encouraging and inspiring texts to my five children on a regular basis. To send a text to my child during the day only takes a few seconds but can make such a positive impact. And, over the last couple of years, I’ve shared with you 10 Texts to Send to Your College Student in their Next 10 Days and 10 Texts to Send to Your Kids or Grandkids in the Next 10 Days.
Have you done any work on your obituary, recently? I don’t mean writing it ahead of time, as some people do, leaving humorous or poignant messages to be published upon their death. I’m talking about working on things that matter now. You see, the way you live today will determine what your family will write about and talk about after you have died. [Tweet This]
I have got a lot of living to do yet. I still have many dreams and goals for my life, my marriage, my family, and my work. But I am also aware that the years ahead of me are fewer than the ones behind me. So I need to be intentional about how I live in the time that remains. How will those you leave behind tell your story? When I leave this world, my story—like yours—will be told largely through 5 T’s. Consider them with me, and see how your obituary is shaping up.