Rituals for Intimacy

Rituals for Intimacy

by Diane Roberts February 22, 2018

Most rituals are developed at a subconscious level. Our mind automatically creates behaviors that keep us safe and help us survive. Whether we are aware of them or not, everyday living contains rituals that might include eating, exercise, grooming, social media, work, spiritual disciplines and more.

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50 Shades of Grey: A Pure Desire Review

50 Shades of Grey: A Pure Desire Review

by Rebecca Vander Meer February 15, 2018

The 50 Shades of Grey books and movies are not about healthy intimacy. They are about misguided attempts at intimacy. Sex, on the other hand, plays a part in the broken attempt to connect with another human being.

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5 Ways to Pursue Your Wife

5 Ways to Pursue Your Wife

by Tyler Chinchen February 08, 2018

In many cases, the wife does not feel pursued in the marriage. Her husband may have pursued her vigorously before they were married, but since? Not so much. She feels alone. She feels empty. She feels as though she has lost something valuable. So what does it mean for a wife to feel pursued?

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Super Bowl Sizzle

Super Bowl Sizzle

by Nick Stumbo February 02, 2018

Some company, desperate to create a name for themselves and a memorable product, will use sex as a marketing tool during the Super Bowl. This may happen during the first quarter, before the halftime show (or during), or at the end of the game while confetti flutters down from the rafters. But mark my words—it will happen.

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Learning Your Husband

Learning Your Husband

by Shari Chinchen February 01, 2018

As wives, we have incredible power to either build up our husbands or tear them down. When we choose to use our words and actions to be the person our husband can always count on to have his back, we are pursuing him in a way that fills his heart and allows him to “rise up and call her blessed.”

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Conquer Series 2.0

Conquer Series 2.0

by Heather Kolb January 25, 2018

The original Conquer Series was amazing—packed full of biblical teaching and practical application tools to help men walk in freedom. It’s hard to imagine that it could get any better. But you know what? It did!

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Out of the Traps

Out of the Traps

by Rich Moore January 18, 2018

For many of us, we already know what the day will bring, but we are unable to see the traps and other hazards that are waiting to ensnare us. We become so focused on what’s happening around us that we get lost in our own darkness; we forget to survey the land.

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Starting the Year with S.E.L.F. Awareness

Starting the Year with S.E.L.F. Awareness

by Jackie Chambers January 11, 2018 1 Comment

As we begin the New Year, we need to raise our self-awareness. If you are like me, you may have set goals or resolutions for the New Year. But, how often have we set New Year’s resolutions and failed at our attempts to change?

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New Year, New You?

New Year, New You?

by Nick Stumbo January 04, 2018

Countless times, I committed to friends, mentors, and eventually my spouse that I was going to change my bad habits and start walking in purity and freedom. I failed miserably over and over; and over. If you are looking to do the same in 2018, follow my advice!

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Surviving the Holiday Hangover

Surviving the Holiday Hangover

by Harry Flanagan December 28, 2017

Whether you love the holidays—Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s celebrations—or you tolerate them, the holidays can be draining. How do we recover from being emotionally stressed and drained as we face the New Year?

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Boxed Up

Boxed Up

by Anna Philipsen December 21, 2017

Between working, taking care of a baby, and preparing for the busy holiday season, it was difficult to find the time to sort through this pile of clutter. So, what does an over-committed, over-stressed, twentysomething wife and Mom do?

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The Dangers of the Holiday Season

The Dangers of the Holiday Season

by Nick Stumbo December 14, 2017

During the holidays, routines can quickly fall by the wayside. Groups take a week (or two) off when the meeting day lands on a holiday. Phone calls are harder to make from different service areas. With no looming group meetings to prepare for, homework slips off our radar.

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