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Have you ever wondered why we even have marital commitments and covenants? Gary Thomas, author of Sacred Marriage tells Dennis Rainey and Bob Lepine that every couple, no matter how strong, is going to encounter times when they’ll have to make a conscious choice to STAY married.
How would You describe a man who is ‘spiritual’? Does he pray for hours a day? Does he fast once a week? Does ‘spiritual’ only applies to men who are pastors and priests? Sacred Marriage author Gary Thomas might surprise you with his description…
Respecting gender differences in marriage can often be tougher than you ever imagined. FamilyLife Today hosts Dennis Rainey and Bob Lepine talked recently with author Gary Thomas about how respect is at the core of great marriages. Here’s Dennis Rainey reading an excerpt from Gary’s book Sacred Marriage.
Have you ever heard marriage called a “sanctification machine”? Gary Thomas, author of the book Sacred Marriage says there’s a character transforming quality that should be embraced in the difficult moments in marriage.
Proverbs 12 says “To embarrass a man is rottenness to his bones.” Robert Lewis, author of The New Eve, says nothing hurts a man more than to feel exposed by the person who is supposed to be his teammate for life.
No one would argue that raising boys as a single mom isn’t tough stuff. Dr. Meg Meeker says that when your 10 or 11 year old son begins to push you away, and dad’s not in the picture…there’s still something you can do…
Meekness is not typically a word that comes to mind when thinking of character traits we hope to instill in our sons. But, Dr. Meg Meeker gives Dennis Rainey and Bob Lepine an inspiring definition of "meekness" that we should all live by.
How many adult men do you know that are out of control? Dr. Meg Meeker, author of the book "Boys Should Be Boys", tells Dennis Rainey and Bob Lepine that most times these men didn’t have a dad or male mentor come alongside them, as boys, and speak two powerful words…"Stop it."
Moms…don’t take it personal. This is the advice Dr. Meg Meeker gave recently when talking on FamilyLife Today about the tearing away from mom that tends to take place when a boy begins to enter manhood.
Often, eating disorders in girls results from the need to garner attention…and sometimes it’s attention from mom and dad. But, Dr. Meg Meeker says that Fathers can be pivotal in preventing eating disorders by affirming and encouraging a healthy self esteem in their daughters.