Marriage Advice for Christian Women

Marriage Advice for Christian Women

Marriage Advice for Christian Women. A lot of times people will tell you that marriage and ministry doesn’t mix. That one always trumps the other. No doubt, there are challenges along the way as you maneuver marriage through ministry, but it can be done! We’re living proof. This year my husband and I celebrated 25 years of both. While it hasn’t always been easy, here are 25 things we’ve learned that have helped us to not only survive—but thrive in both marriage and ministry.

Mystery of God – ARCANUM DIVINAE

Mystery of God – ARCANUM DIVINAE

Mystery of God – ARCANUM DIVINAE . From the Gospel we see clearly that this doctrine was declared and openly confirmed by the divine authority of Jesus Christ. He bore witness to the Jews and to His Apostles that marriage, from its institution, should exist between two only, that is, between one man and one woman; that of two they are made, so to say, one flesh; and that the marriage bond is by the will of God so closely and strongly made fast that no man may dissolve it or render it asunder. “For this cause shall a man leave father and mother, and shall cleave to his wife, and they two shall be in one flesh. Therefore now they are not two, but one flesh. What, therefore, God bath joined together, let no man put asunder.”

Of Chaste Wedlock – CASTI CONNUBII

Of Chaste Wedlock – CASTI CONNUBII

Of Chaste Wedlock – CASTI CONNUBII . How great is the dignity of chaste wedlock, Venerable Brethren, may be judged best from this that Christ Our Lord, Son of the Eternal Father, having assumed the nature of fallen man, not only, with His loving desire of compassing the redemption of our race, ordained it in an especial manner as the principle and foundation of domestic society and therefore of all human intercourse, but also raised it to the rank of a truly and great sacrament of the New Law, restored it to the original purity of its divine institution, and accordingly entrusted all its discipline and care to His spouse the Church.

Cultivating Quality Time With the Kids This Holiday Season

Cultivating Quality Time With the Kids This Holiday Season

Cultivating Quality Time With the Kids This Holiday Season. So after all of that, I think we now have a better understanding of what makes real quality time achievable and realistic:
1 | Not taking on too much.2 | Taking time to enjoy the simple things.
Here are a few of life’s simple pleasures we’re learning to not take for granted and use them as a small family refresh as we head into this holiday season.

The pandemic helped them realize: I want to marry you

The pandemic helped them realize: I want to marry you

I want to marry you. Living with his girlfriend of three years, Joanna Illing, at their apartment in San Francisco was going better than he expected — spending so much time together felt like a treat, not a chore — and a journaling project he’d begun as a staying-sane activity revealed something he hadn’t foreseen. Miller, the vice president of engineering at a tech start-up, had been writing about his most meaningful experiences before the pandemic.

FAMILY AND MARRIAGE: Have a joy-full new year

FAMILY AND MARRIAGE: Have a joy-full new year

FAMILY AND MARRIAGE: Have a joy-full new year.
We often hear of the desire to be happy in the family and in whatever we are doing. Joy is a word that doesn’t appear as frequently in our daily conversations. In the Christmas season just past we all looked for a little happiness after a very stressful year. But hopefully we all sang a few songs about the joy in our hearts. Our families would all benefit from a more concentrated application of joy as opposed to happiness.

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