Made With Love Fudge

Mike was very thin when I met him. He served our country in the United States Coast Guard for over thirty years, and much of that time was spent out at sea. Mike didn’t really have any cooking skills...

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Marriage and the Millenial

I recently attended training in which I heard an interesting statistic about marriage and Millienials: “A marriage model that involves a two-year trial allowing for the union to either be formalized or dissolved at that point, with no divorce or...

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Anatomy of a Great (Christian) Date

“What is it like to date a strong Christian man? I truly have no idea. I am honestly asking for feedback from women who have dated a Godly man and men who are," a friend recently asked on a...

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Is Abstinence Really Worth It?

Before our wedding, we talked about writing an article on the benefits of abstinence from physical intimacy until marriage and hypothesized about what the most noticeable differences would be. As we discussed what we thought our first experiences would...

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Give the Gift of Romance on Father’s Day

Spark Romance Through Snail Mail This year, in honor of Father’s Day, why not write a romantic, sappy, or heartfelt card to your boyfriend, fiancé, or spouse? He is used to getting ties, packages of underwear, and burnt pancakes in...

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Divorce Resistant: Building a Stronger Relationship

Romantic relationships were designed to be beautiful, pleasurable blessings that bring joy to our lives, and many do. However, all too often, they shift from being pleasurable to stressful when they fail, causing heartache. An article in Psychology Today...

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