Do Not Hide From The Truth by Nancy Nair I see so many women who are hurting deeply but they never share it. When you are first married, you may realize that your new husband is totally different than what you thought he was and for some reason you hide the things he does to you from him. Maybe just […]
Words of Encourgement by Nancy Nair Have you ever been sitting with your husband and looking around you see another couple and they haven’t said one word to each other? Why is that, do they not know each other anymore? Have they lost the ability to play and laugh together like they did when they were young? I believe that […]
Do you know that I am dying? Does anyone care?? by Nancy Nair I get up in the morning and know that today is going to be the same as yesterday. There are many people who know me…I have a very nice home, beautiful clothes, a husband who takes very good care of me financially and children who seem to […]
“For we have not an high priest which cannot be touched with the feelings of our infirmities: but was in all points tempted like as we are, yet without sin.” (Hebrews 4:15) This is a passage which clearly defines Christ’s capacity to experience emotions and to identify with my (and all people’s — even wives’) emotions. The implications of this […]
Having A Spirit-to-Spirit Relationship With God and Your Spouse by Nancy Nair I think that if we really knew how things hurt us, and what feeling it was that went on inside of us, we would be better prepared to help others when they are hurting. If we don’t get to know those feelings and what each of those feelings […]
The Dishwasher By Mark P. Fisher Would God conspire to use a 15-year-old dishwasher and a home warranty company to help me love my wife, Lori, as Christ loves the Church? I think so, and this is my story. Eighteen months ago, when my wife, Lori, and I bought our house, a home warranty was included. During that first year, […]
To be able to be the best helpmeet, we must also learn why we have different feelings and put a purpose to them so that when he asks us what is wrong we can say what we are feeling.