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It's Time to 'Fess Up

When you do something you're not proud of, the shame you feel can affect every aspect of your life. That's why it's so important to continually experience God's forgiveness through confession. No matter how many times you’ve messed up, no matter how much shame you feel, God has grace. And all you have to do is ask Him for it. Dealing With...

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Calling All Wives: ‘Submit’ Doesn’t Mean ‘Doormat’
The Pep Talk You Need to Hear

Media thanks to SoulPancake and Kid President “This is your time. This is my time. This is our time. We can make every day better for each other.” -Kid President Our dreams and hopes are the best things we can imagine for ourselves. They are built out of the things we are most passionate about, our most prevalent gifts – and those...

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Calling All Wives: ‘Submit’ Doesn’t Mean ‘Doormat’
Friends Off

A broken relationship leaves you with a choice — to become bitter or better.  Whatever the reason, friendships come and go. As people enter different stages of life, they may find they don’t have as much in common as they used to. Or one of the friends may have moved away. Or there might be unresolved conflict — this is the most painful...

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Calling All Wives: ‘Submit’ Doesn’t Mean ‘Doormat’
Finding What They've Left Behind

Grief. It’s a process that is as individual as the people it affects. Oh yes, there are predictable stages, but the experience of losing someone dear to you is truly a very personal journey. As you process your loss, it might be helpful to think about what kind of treasures of wisdom your loved one has left behind. Here's what Gail learned...

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Calling All Wives: ‘Submit’ Doesn’t Mean ‘Doormat’
God is Bigger Than Your Excuses

We're often consumed with schedules, appointments, chauffeuring, and a flurry of other activity. Unintentionally, we can become apathetic towards those who don't know Jesus. But asking God to replace selfishness with love for others can mean unending compassion for those around us. God’s wisdom and power reached beyond one woman's excuses....

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Calling All Wives: ‘Submit’ Doesn’t Mean ‘Doormat’
Why Trust Takes Time

Too bad there’s no such thing as a magic trust machine. That you couldn't just pop a quarter into a slot, and instantly walk away with a bottle of trust. The thing about trust is that it grows over time. And when something happens to break your confidence in someone you deeply love, it can take a long time to get that trust back. So how...

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Calling All Wives: ‘Submit’ Doesn’t Mean ‘Doormat’
How to Comfort in a Time of Grief

When someone we know is suffering, it’s hard to know exactly what to say. Often our initial reaction is to try to get our friend to look on the bright side, or to say we can imagine what they’re going through. While our intentions are pure, this may not be the best way to show love and support in a time of grief. So what do we say to someone...

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Calling All Wives: ‘Submit’ Doesn’t Mean ‘Doormat’
Prayer is More Than a Wishlist

Sometimes, we view God like He's a glorified Santa Claus. It’s like we boldly run up to Him, jump on His lap, and before He has a chance to say anything, start listing off everything we want from Him. Sure, we’ve got plenty of ideas of things we want or need. But is that what we should be talking about when the Creator of the universe...

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