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Category Archives: Marriage
Sunny and I spent the weekend in Fairhope, Alabama, where I was performing a wedding. We had never been there before but we LOVED it! Such a fun little place. We stopped to grab a picture near the water before … Continue reading
The cross is not only the way to salvation. It is also a way of life. And he said to all, “If anyone would come after me, let him deny himself and take up his cross daily and follow me. … Continue reading
Paul understands the cross as the answer to our most practical problems. As we noted in the previous posts, Paul writes his letter to the Corinthians to correct some of the problems going on in this church. And boy, there … Continue reading
“Do whatever makes you happy.” This is one of the major philosophies people live by these days. It’s Pinterest-philosophy, the kind of Etsy-fied life mantra that we love to paint on pieces of repurposed wood to adorn our homes. I … Continue reading
In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth. Genesis 1:1 With these words, God sets out to tell the most epic story of all. The Bible is the story of the God who creates. That’s one of the foundational … Continue reading
Twenty years ago, two of the most important events of my life occurred in a span of less than two weeks. On August 14, 1999, I entered into a covenant relationship with my bride, marked by vows of love and … Continue reading
Last week I stumbled upon a surprising truth. On a lark, I decided to calculate how long Sunny and I had been married. Of course, I knew we’d been married 19 years, but I wanted to know the exact number … Continue reading