Marriage: “This is about that”

Marriage: “This is about that” Excellent presentation of the biblical perspective of marriage from Kings Church.

Questions for a marriage check-up

Kevin DeYoung for TGC: As we approach the end of the year…. Some of us will put together new exercise goals. Some of us will find the right Bible reading plan for next year. Some of us will zero in on a new schedule for Bible memorization. All of these

“At what point are we choosing to spend more time with our smartphones than with our spouses?”

Source » Brooke Lea Foster in the NYT: Married or not, many of us sleep with our phones on our night stands, pocket them as we go from room to room and think nothing of using them in the presence of our partners, whether they are talking or snuggling or reading

“…marriage means sometimes hating this other person but staying together because you promised you would”

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The god of open options

Source » Making choices and moving on with our lives seems increasingly difficult. We find ourselves paralyzed: unable to make choices about relationships, dating, marriage, money, family, and career. I want to suggest that if we feel unable to make these choices, it’s not because we have the wrong accent.

Thoughts on the gay marriage debate

Source » Kevin DeYoung on TGC: There is nothing in the modern world quite so intolerant as tolerance.

Interesting (and intelligent) online debate about government and marriage

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“There has never been a generation whose view of marriage is high enough.

“There has never been a generation whose view of marriage is high enough.” –John Piper on love and marriage. I love that this and several other solid books have recently been published on marriage.
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