Marriage Trials, Quick Fixes, & Unmet Needs

I haven’t been on my site much this summer, but I haven’t stopped blogging! Check out these posts from ACWM: Want a Quick Fix For Marriage Trouble?: “She said her marriage was transformed in 30 days. All she did was commit to no complaining. She only voiced positive comments about her husband. Words of encouragement. Gratitude. Affirmation. And I wondered: …






A Little Peek At Ezer Kenegdo Ministries

I thought today I’d share a little bit of what my brain has been chewing on for the past month. First, here are a couple posts I wrote for ACWM: 3 Lies Women Believe About Marriage :  “Does your perspective of marriage align with God’s plan? As I was working on a project over the weekend, I pondered the misconceptions …






I’m Starting a Ministry For Wives!

For the past couple weeks I’ve been looking into how to create a support group for wives in troubled marriages. I’ve come to the conclusion that the best way to help is to start a ministry! This is a huge step out of my comfort zone, but I’m excited to encourage other wives who are struggling. I don’t know exactly …






2 Fun Photos & 3 Tidbits of Truth

  As I pondered what to write about this week, I was feeling a little pressured for time. So I decided to simply tell you about some topics I addressed elsewhere. Betty from ACWM asked me to write a little about my marriage struggles there, so here are my last 3 posts, in case you didn’t see them. And just …






Does Failure In Marriage Mean I Am a Failure As A Person?

When our marriage is hanging over the edge of a cliff, we often feel like a complete and utter failure as a human being. But God doesn’t see us that way. Over the past year God has been teaching me who I really am. And what I am not. I am not a terrible person because I didn’t do everything …






Saving My Marriage: The First Step God Told Me To Take – Prayer

When I first realized how unhappy I was in my marriage, I blamed my husband. He was not the man I wanted him to be, and I grew bitter in my disappointment. Once I admitted that I had an attitude problem toward him, I knew I had to deal with it. God clearly wasn’t pleased with my bitterness and finger-pointing. …