As we prepare for Easter this week, the most important Christian observance on the calendar, I thought we could ponder the brokenness of Christ, the sacrifice he offered, the redemptive power of forgiveness, and the resurrection power of love — I thought we might consider the parallels of Christ’s conduct during the passion week — to marriage.
Why don’t you give him something that is incredibly valuable and rare? Give him a gift that includes BOTH treasures: the things he never asks for but always wants, and the things he always asks for and never gets enough!
The perfect gift for your husband — a one of a kind, no exchanges, no returns, gift that keeps on giving!
It’s a wonderful life — and it’s your life. Write down a perfect Christmas season of celebration, and then make it come to pass. No one is holding you hostage! Do only what will bring you, or others, joy this Christmas. I give you permission. Try it this year.
It is the time of year when your husband is most likely to come to church or be receptive to spiritual things. But there is a right way and a wrong way to get him there. Here are a few tips I’ve learned through the years:
I have an article featured over at (in)courage today. (in)courage is the online division of Dayspring of Hallmark, and today my article, Weeping of the Evergreen is the featured article. Hope you get a chance to visit and comment!