Challenged by Love
I used to think marital sacrifice meant picking up dirty socks without complaint or spending an hour in the kitchen to prepare a nice meal. The sickness part of my vows symbolized nothing more than making chicken noodle soup for a nasty cold and the occasional run for saltines and Gatorade during flu season.
The big stuff, the hard illnesses, would come later in life. Or so I thought. I was certain that by then I would be the kind of super wife who would serve her husband well.
I was taken by surprise when life-threatening illness hit our home—and even more surprised when it happened to me. I’d been strong and healthy
A Quick Pokémon Go Guide for Parents
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A Committment of Passion
by Sue Cameron
On your wedding day, you vowed to give your heart . . . and your body
When my friend Ashley* shared that her marriage was in trouble, I asked, “Are you intimate on a regular basis?”