Recently my husband and I were talking about our personal love language. We had fun talking about it and experimenting with ideas of how to love each other better. This is by no means a complete list. It’s the most important ones that make us feel loved the most.
Ever get that feeling that your spouse is more of a business partner than a life-long friend? That’s pretty scary to me! When our lives are just planning and working, never connecting, I’ll guarantee fights will be more common and nothing will really get done. You’ve seen the Disney movies: working as a team takes friendship.
After my last post, The Matter of Failure and Perfection, someone asked a very good follow-up question: why did Jesus say “be perfect”? What does God see as perfect and how do we live up to that? We’re not talking about just navigating through life in the best way possible. This time, “perfection” has to […]
Perfection. Some worship it like a god, others shun it like a disease. It’s a paradox ringing in my ears all day long, paralyzing me from getting anything done. And that’s not the worst of it: failure soon follows. The two are a constant companion, like hero and villain. You must choose a side. There is […]