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Blog Entry | Christian Living >
Today, I’d like for you all to meet Meagan. She is one of my HelloMornings buddies and we had so much fun getting to know one another this summer through our study.  God continually amazes me with how he can connect women from across the country through social media like Twitter.  Meagan writes at Stand [...]
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Dear Bronwyn, I finished college, got married and moved to a new community two years ago. We’d heard that making friends after college is hard, so we found a church, joined a small group, and said “yes” to as many engagements as we could. We have met some wonderful people, I would even call them []
Blog Entry | Women >
Last week I wrote on what we should look for in friends; now let’s see if we’re holding up our end of the deal! ;-) As I write this, I think about some of the qualities my current friends possess as opposed to qualities that I’ve seen in friends from times past (the operative word here, being “past”). ;-)) I have certain standards, as should you, I look for in a friend (no, not that I’m better than the next person) – I just REALLY E»
Blog Entry | Counseling >
In the “Creating a Gospel-Centered Marriage: Decision Making” seminar we teach through the outline below in chapter four. Friendship is about more than liking the same things and agreeing on how things should be done; otherwise “opposites attract” would be jeered as an oxymoron instead of an accepted proverb. We all have friends who are different from us, yet somehow we enjoy one another more than we enjoy our preferences. That is what ma»
Blog Entry | Counseling >
In the “Creating a Gospel-Centered Marriage: Decision Making” seminar we teach through the outline below in chapter four. Here is a single page handout for this material – Approach to Consensus Decision Making. A large portion of marital decisions will be made as friends through the process of consensus. This is how two individuals begin to shape “our life” together that represents the new “we” more than the individual “me’s.”»
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The largest portion of your joint marital decisions will be made as friends through the process of consensus. This is how two individuals begin to shape “our life” together that represents the new “we” more than the individual “me’s.” As a couple grows in their knowledge and sacrifice for another, this arena of decision making should become the significant majority of their shared decision making. Consensus should be the default app»
Blog Entry | Holidays >
It’s National Friend Month and the internet is flooded with articles that will give you tips for improving your friendships. But even with a plethora of helpful information, maintaining great friendships still seems to be challenging. I wonder what would happen if we began taking care of our friendships through the lens of the Fruit of the Spirit. What if we treated every friendship with fruit characteristics? But the Holy Spirit produces this»
Blog Entry | Moms >
While we were visiting Chip in December, she served my kids some Friendship Bread.  And of course, that made them want more.  That stuff is like crack.  Only yummier.So I made myself some starter (contrary to popular belief, one does not need to be Amish to make Friendship Bread starter) with the intention of feeding it, growing it, then using it all on Day 10 (if you don't know what Day 10 means, click here for a basic explanation of what go»
Blog Entry | Collegiate >
I'm pretty sure my heart just might explode.Okay, maybe not literally. But right now my heart is full. Full of love, laughter, friendship, and beautiful memories. And maybe a little sadness, too.Today my wonderful sister and my equally wonderful best friend threw me a surprise going away party. (I'll admit, I did kind of hint that I wanted a get together to see everyone before I left). I was totally surprised. As in I-didn't-see-that-one-coming s»
Blog Entry | Moms >
I don’t have any friends, and neither do you, right? Admit it, you’ve said it, “I feel like I don’t have any friends.” I’m not sure why as women we go there so often, but I do know that it is a common area of doubt for me, and many of the women I am able to get to know. I’ll see photos of women with their “close” friends and catch myself thinking “I feel like I don’t have any friends.” Those of you that know me, know this»