The Torture of Desire

Torture of Desire by Jackie Kendall

It has been said that suffering is having what you do not want (singleness), and wanting what you do not have (a husband). As a single woman, you would probably scream “Amen” to such a description of suffering. You know what it is like to get up each day knowing that you do not have [...]

Why Physical Intimacy Ruins a Good Relationship

How Sex Can Ruin a Good Relationship by Jackie Kendall

How does physical intimacy ruin a good relationship? When two people start dating and become involved physically, the innocence disappears and one of their consciences will likely shout—“Get out!” When I first became a Christian, and had newly left behind a sex-saturated dating mentality, I started dating this wonderful Christian guy. His commitment to moral purity [...]

Is God Demanding Too Much?

Is God Demanding Too Much by Jackie Kendall

Is God demanding too much to require that you seek Him with all your heart? No way! Think of it this way. Mr. Right comes over one day and begins to speak of his devotion to you. He says what you have been waiting to hear: “I love you. I give you my heart completely. [...]

11 Truths to Becoming a Lady in Waiting

11 Truths to Becoming a Lady in Waiting by Jackie Kendall

Why do women tend to “go after the guys”? Why do women experience difficulty being still and waiting for the man to initiate and develop the relationship? You find the answer in one word: insecurity. An insecure woman has her world centered on something (marriage) or someone (Mr. Right) that can be lost or taken [...]

Stop Running to the Wrong Cave! Part 2

Stop Running to the Wrong Cave Part 2 by Jeff Voth

Last week, I gave you an introduction on Running to the Wrong Cave, if you missed it you can check it out here: Stop Running to the Wrong Cave – Part 1. This week we are looking at the first of what I call the Three D’s. The First D: The State of Distress The [...]

Fighting for Your Marriage

Fighting for Your Marriage by Mike and Anne Rizzo on Life Supernatural

“It is fun to be in the same decade with you.” – Franklin Delano Roosevelt to Winston Churchill They had just spent three weeks together at the White House, in strategic war planning and personal friendship building. Upon his return to England, Churchill found the note that Roosevelt had wired ahead. Two men, leaders of [...]