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Preparing Couples for Marriage and for Life
Whatever you say about the state of marriage today, one thing is sure: Most people get married at some point in their lives. I’ve found that the period before the wedding is a key time for the church to connect with these couples. Think about it: They usually need a pastor to perform the ceremony, and they want to […]
Readers Share How We Got Engaged
In the June 7, 2010 issue of Marriage Memo, Mary Larmoyeux wrote about “Proposal Stories to Remember.” We invited readers to send in their own stories of “How We Got Engaged,” and a number responded. These stories prove again that there are few things more creative than men in love. 1. When we first started dating, […]
10 Ideas for Building Strong Bodies and Home...
Exercise can help you feel better, and also provide a great way to connect with your kids and loved ones. I well remember some childhood games of touch football with Dad and my siblings—right in front of two big magnolia trees. And who could forget the family obstacle course that Jim and my sons once […]
A Sabbath for Mommy
A mother’s work is never done: Feed the baby, change the baby, wash the dishes, sweep the floor, cook dinner … There’s nothing worse than filling the dishwasher twice in one day only to find that there are still dishes left in the sink! Since the birth of my son, I have found myself working […]
Free Download: Easter Made Easy
Easter is such a powerful and holy season. But it can be quickly being overshadowed by an overgrown rabbit and over-sugared children.
Rediscover the beauty of this pivotal event in the relationship between God and man with these ideas for creating a more meaningful Easter. We’ve got a virtual basket of free resources to help. Just tell us where to send it.