Dear Husband, Let’s Show Our Kids What Love Looks Like – Her View From Home

This past week, the winds and rain have threatened the oneness and unity in our marriage and home like never before. They came without warning. Why do we fight like we’re against each other, instead of for one another? We know the truth. We know better, but sometimes emotions fly too high and we act …

Your marriage isn’t ‘sparking joy’? Here are the five next steps you should take

Marie Kondo, the Japanese organizing consultant and author who’s inspiring millions through her books to tidy up their homes and find joy in their living environments, is changing lives. Her principles have helped my own cleaning habits. In her book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, she writes,  “Keep only those things that speak to your heart. …

The Surprising Places Where Your Marriage Matures

If your marriage is suffering under the weight of life’s stresses, that is not the time to throw it out. Seeds germinate in the darkness of soil. They rest under the weight of the dirt pressed in, but despite the stress and pressures placed on them, they quickly take root and sprout. Darkness is where growth happens…

New Article: 5 Words That Could Mean Life or Death to Your Marriage

Last week was an exciting week being able to share an article I wrote that was inspired by a photo I saw. It was a blessing to hear from readers on Start Marriage Right and KirkCameron.com If you haven’t read it yet I hope you will be encouraged as well. A few weeks ago, my …

How Our Life Together Began at the River {An Engagement Story}

We’d been walking for a few miles. The humidity was thick and my jeans stuck to my sweaty legs. It was our fourth day in Israel and Jordan and my boyfriend Jeremiah and I were with our classmates and professor from seminary, visiting and learning about all the sites Jesus once walked. We were so excited to see the Jordan River for the first time. We had learned about it all our lives, both having grown up in church, and now we finally got to experience it. We arrived at the bank of the Jordan and it was more narrow than I thought…