Divorce is such a touchy topic for Christians. Obviously none are supporters but all have had to learn to accept it somehow. So many marriages end in divorce lately that it’s hard to miss. It seems that when people are about to get married that divorce is one of the first things that is discussed whether they realize it or not. Thus, attorneys love wedding bells as much as florists and caterers do because they get to help couples draft their pre-nuptial agreements. Couples from the beginning are opening their minds and hearts to the idea that their commitment to be together forever might only last “for now.”
Today is a wonderful day to honor the women that we have been blessed to have in our lives. Mothers tend to be selfless, loving, nurturing, and intelligent women that often go unrecognized for all they contribute to the family. We are thankful for everything that the mothers in our lives have done to get us to where we are today and are excited to celebrate them on this special day.
Homosexuality seems to be a major topic of debate, especially when it comes to marriage. Should gays be allowed to wed? Should gays be allowed in church? I’m sure you’ve heard all of the madness on TV, on Capitol Hill, or at your local church. Christians start quoting the Bible, gays are defending themselves online and flocking to states that allow it, the media is having a feeding frenzy of it, and the church has much to say about it.
Bravo TV’s newest series, Newlyweds The First Year, proves to be very promising. The show features four couples on their journey during their first year of marriage as newlyweds. The couples have different backgrounds and different issues they are facing as they say “I do.” The couples on the show have very diverse backgrounds and each provide a unique perspective on their journey.
Matthew and I have strong personalities that are bound to clash. We are a typical loving and faithful couple that hardly ever argue or disagree. It stems from us being a good match naturally. No politics, diplomacy, or fake smiles. We actually enjoy each other’s company. I think that’s why when we argue, we make sure to make it count. We sometimes want to be right so bad that we forget how wrong we can go about trying to be right. In the end, being right sometimes can be more harmful to the relationship than just disagreeing on a topic.
It seems that the more technology we have to save time like microwaves, toasters, cars, phones, etc the less time people have. I just don’t know what people do with their time and why they dedicate so much of it to nonsensical things. Get a grip of your schedule! Yes, I know you have a million things to do. Yes, I’m sure you wish they could all go away. No, you don’t need a full time staff to have a moment to relax or go to the gym. Saving time is possible but it is best if you do it like a boss, in style.