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The Sin of Comparison

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Going to college as a married student isn’t as easy as one would think. Sure, I have the support and adoration of a wife and daughter to remind me of why I am here. But the struggles that result from our situation isn’t what one would call easy. It has been a blessing in many…

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Are Feminists Anti-Pleasure Now?

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  Recently an article was published by Cosmo that made the claim that any man that desires to satisfy his partner sexually is sexist. Yes, you read that right. It seems that the feminist movement has gone so far off the deep end that a man trying to please his spouse is sexist. Think about…

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Sex Ed for Christian Couples

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Where Christian couples get advice and how we form opinions about sexuality and relationships matters.   Last week, social media was abuzz over a certain Cosmopolitan post.  The author of the article pulled a tiny bit of information from research recently published in The Journal of Sex Research and determined that men who feel more masculine…

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Finding Purpose in our Lost Hours

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at the wheel

I have a lot of what I had called downtime in the past, lets call them lost hours. I have a one hour to one hour and fifteen minute commute each way to and from work each day. On top of that, I am an Audio Visual IT Support Technician for a large school district….

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Is Your Family Worth It?

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“A man ought to live so that everybody knows he is a Christian…and most of all, his family ought to know.” -D.L. Moody   Last week, my family and I were blessed to have had the opportunity to see The Insanity of God. Of course, we left the church feeling embarrassed at our lack of…

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An Open Letter to My Future Son-In-Law

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Right now I am sitting at a computer and listening to Lagwagon while I think about what lies before me. I never would have thought that I would be become a husband and a father, let alone think about what faces my daughter in the years to come. I have witnessed a lot of major…

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Like Father Like Son (Part 1)

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My son races past my wife and I, his sister, and the another person walking towards the restaurant, grabs the door at Chick-Fil-A, and pulls it open with all his strength. He turns and smiles at the man walking towards the building, head tilted slightly down but eyes panned up, looking at him through the…

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5 Activities to Help Teach Your Young Child About Jesus

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It has been a long night, but it was worth it. You now sit in a hospital chair staring into the face of your newborn child as your wife rests from her labor. Fighting back tears is no longer a thought as you just take the moment to be consumed by the love you feel…

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