Tagged with relationships

It’s Not About Me

Anyone who has been in Christian circles over the past 10 years or so knows “it’s not about me.” Whether you agree with Rick Warren’s beliefs or not, he taught us as Christians that our lives are not about us, they are about God and his kingdom. I’ve also learned that “it’s not about me” … Continue reading

What If Revisited

I heard the siren again today, just now in fact, and decided a re-post was in order. This was originally posted in April 2, 2008, but the words are true every day. ——————————————————— What If … We Heeded the Warning Signal? The first Wednesday of every month, like clockwork, a long shrill siren sounds near … Continue reading

Marriage Monday – You Have My Heart

A special thanks to e-mom for hosting Marriage Monday and for early posting of the topic How to Celebrate February 14 Every Day of the Year. You see, I’m a muller. I might have an idea for a post or a writing, often in the wee hours of the morning when brain activity seems to … Continue reading

What if … We All Came With a Pause Button?

The true-life story in Reader’s Digest (March 2008, p. 50) goes like this: I recently married an Army officer. My seven-year-old daughter took one look at his uniform and, noticing the double bars of his captain’s insignia, asked, “Is that your Pause button?” It’s a very cute story, and it got me to thinking … … Continue reading

Treat Your Wife Like the MVP That She Is

“People are often enamored with my Super Bowl ring.  But it’s my wedding ring that I’m most proud of.  And having a good marriage takes even more work than winning a Super Bowl.” – NFL quarterback Trent Dilfer Having just watched the Super Bowl, I wonder how many men would say the same thing. Take … Continue reading

4 Steps to Take Today

Men, do you want to stay out of the dog house when your anniversary and your wife’s birthday roll around this year? Take less than 60 seconds and follow these steps today to ensure you will remember these important dates this year. Step 1 – Find your PDA, your personal calendar, your secretary, or whatever … Continue reading