There are some things we didn’t do well early in our marriage ... praying together was one of them. Over time we’ve learned that praying together is very healthy for our marriage. It gives us an amazing spiritual intimacy you just can’t find elsewhere. Don’t underestimate its importance.
If you’re just starting out, keep it simple. When you go to bed, reach over and take your spouse’s hand and pray, “Dear God, thank you for my spouse and family. Please bless us. In Jesus name Amen.” You’ll find it gets easier and better every time you do it.
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Voiced by the protagonist Myka and the Spirit of God, The Girl Who Died Today will bring you into a heart adventure of a God-and-Child intimacy. This coming-of-age real-life story is woven in such an intricate detail that will open your eyes into the unboxed love and wisdom of the Father.
Your fixed and traditional mindset about God and Christianity will be graciously challenged, and you will be provoked to draw closer to the Holy Spirit to search for His Truth and surrender your pre-conceived ideas. What does God say about marriage and divorce? What does redemption look like for a troubled wife?
Before you can pick up a stone of judgment, reading Myka’s story will make you contemplate about your own journey with God—and as you flip each page and see glimpses of her life, you shall discover that at some point, you are a Myka, too.
Her story is of a rare and authentic tale of life—one that is radical but relatable, sometimes messy but beautiful, dark but illuminated, heartbreaking yet redemptive. You will laugh with her, empathize with her brokenness, sigh with her relief, shed tears for her sad and happy moments—and most of all, die with her legalistic approaches to God and live with her renewed mind of journeying with Christ.
The Girl Who Died Today, written by Myka herself, @Karen Rey, is available at www.amazon.com.
Think in a bridge, basically it's a structure to join two separate sides originally. And I want to make emphasis in "two" 'cause is humanly impossible to handle both sides by one person.
So, it's crucial to understand this concept if you want to build a Happy and Healthy relationship.
Enough to be a people pleaser, enough to be anxious, stay firm and focus on your side of the bridge and let your partner do his part.
NEW MERCH! These warm Game Day beanies are live in the shop just in time for colder weather!
Swipe to see all color options. The one I’m wearing is customized with blue thread. If you’d like a customized Game Day hat, or even your team name, I’d love to personalize a hat for you too.
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Did anyone else go to the Tamale Festival yesterday?
Moe (who hates lines and would rather die than partake in waiting), took me & the kids, waited in as many lines as I wanted, and even got me a churro for dessert...🥳 I think the wait time on the last line was equivalent to a ride at Disney.
You know, my husband tells me “no” a lot, but he always ends up giving me everything I’ve asked for, and the things I never even knew I wanted. He’ll tell me how bad something I’m craving is, but drive me there anyway. 😅 He may constantly tease me, but I can always count on him to wake up and run his business even if he hasn’t slept the night before or if he’s been working doubles and triples. I can always count on him to come home happy to see his homeless-looking wife, sympathizing, and picking up my slack. I have never been loved so selflessly, so wholly, so fiercely. We are exactly 38 weeks today, and I am so insanely grateful that he’s the father of my children. Hand me a tissue, the hormones got me going. 🙈
Oh, and this is one of my favs from a gallery we just delivered. 🍾🥳
I'm so grateful for who we have become. 💜 There were MANY times where I not only doubted that we would make it, I didn't think we would. Looking back I can see how those hardest parts of our relationship ultimately allowed us to become who we needed to be for ourselves. We each had to be one whole person on our own before we could come together and be a real TEAM.