With the horrific tragedy of the Las Vegas shooting came stories of sacrifice, heroism, and bravery.
Have you ever played on a sports team—even a neighborhood pick-up game—where one of your teammates wasn’t giving their best effort? Perhaps they were barely trying at all.
It is absolutely vital that you be vigilant in protecting your marriage. No one else will care as much as you for your marriage.
What habits form your life? In the course of most people’s average day, a huge percentage of decisions aren’t decisions at all, but actually habits.
Recently Brad was asked by a friend, “What are the two or three top habits of a highly effective husband?”
Who do you have cheering for your marriage? Are the voices speaking into your marriage offering words of support, encouragement, respect, wisdom, truth and hope?
As we raised our three children there were numerous times when they needed a boost of confidence from us. They trusted what we said because we knew them the best.
Wouldn’t you agree that most arguments happen over the dumbest things? Often there’s a misunderstanding or a careless comment that is made and later regretted—but only after the damage is done.
Little things matter. Missing one ingredient in a cake can make all the difference between a mess and a masterpiece. One number off on a combination lock and it stays locked.
In your marriage, personal flaws are naturally going to be revealed. Things like: selfishness, pride, needing to win, not listening, control, negativity, passivity—you get the idea.