Living below your means is seen by many as a life sentence, not the lifesaver that it is. It can take a crisis like unemployment or a sudden illness to reveal just how far in over their heads they really are. That's when a lifesaver looks really good.
For some things it's easy to say "no" - To kids who want their 3rd bowl of ice cream, to teens who want to skip school, and to door-to-door salespeople - saying “no” is easy. But when it comes to marriage, it isn’t easy to discern when to say “no.”
Here are 5 things you can say “no” to in order to better your marriage.
It is important to be familiar with the women in the Bible and to know their lasting impact to be recorded in the Bible. These women did miraculous things out of their love for God and were strengthened by His mighty arm.
Do you ever think of your life as being split up into different pieces of a puzzle? You have your spouse, your kids, your job, your friends, your house, your church, etc. It’s all mapped out. It all looks good together.
But what do you do if one of those portions is missing? What if a slice of your life’s pie doesn’t exist yet? What if it never will?
For some reason, some single women in the church feel like they are better off being married to apathetic believers (or unbelievers?) than being single. While marriage is a huge blessing, marriage to an ungodly man is extremely difficult, and could be dangerous to potential children and grandchildren.
To steer you in the right direction, here are 5aspects of a man worth marrying.
After Jesus Christ was crucified on a cross, He was placed in a tomb from which He would rise three days later. Therefore, the tomb - or Jesus' rising from it - is a central event in the Christian faith.
So let's take a good look at what writers and witnesses both said about the tomb.
Tired of the same old junk Hollywood keeps giving us? Here’s a simple solution. Find a kid, and let them write the script. Have their parents act it out. Dub the kids’ voices over their parents. You’ve got a (cute hilarious) cinematic masterpiece! Guaranteed.
Many of us have wonderful memories of Easter morning - baskets full of chocolate, egg hunts, and new church dresses. Those traditions are well and good, but what about the real event we are celebrating? Do our children even know why we have a day called Easter?
Here are 5 ways to celebrate in a whole new way; 5 ways to make meaningful memories—without even one mention of the Easter Bunny!