Friday, May 20, 2022

Marriage is like a scissors

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My wife and I recently visited with a woman whose wedding ceremony I conducted some 20 years ago. As we talked, she said, “During our...

Love, differences and marriage

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As a beginning therapist I was energized by the opportunity to support meaningful relationship growth but also helpless through numerous episodes of miscommunication and...

Healing raw spots

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A high percentage of couples I counsel say they need to learn communication skills. However, they seem to communicate with me just fine! Proverbs 18:14...

Pain, fairy tales and butterflies

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The film The Princess Bride, directed by Rob Reiner, was released in 1987 with only moderate box office success. In the video market, however,...

Suffering well

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To be human is to suffer—to endure difficulty, experience pain and eventually die. This is the case for every single human being. In our attempts...

Whose fault is it?

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Whose fault is it? Whose fault is it that the man in John 9 has lived with blindness his whole life? Coming across a...

We prayed for healing, but she died

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We were sure God had promised healing. We prayed for it. We called the elders of the church to pray, we anointed with oil,...

ER reflections

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On January 19 at 11:48 p.m., my wife, Justine, and I welcomed our second beautiful son—Samuel Thomas. We couldn’t have imagined that we would...