Many of the couples who ask me to meet with them have been married 10, 15 or even 25+ years. Their kids are out of the house, and the “empty nester” years that they so anticipated are now here. But it not what they expected. With kids, homework, careers, finances, the yard, … [Read more...] about Is the “High Point” of My Marriage Already Over?
This past weekend I had the opportunity, along with my church, to serve at the LSU Freshman move in day. To give some background, this is the first year that the university is making it mandatory that freshman live on campus. With some exceptions to the freshman population, … [Read more...] about What Are You Waiting For?
The Now Infamous French Doors About three years ago, my wife and I had an argument that neither of us understood. It did not last long, but it was intense, and we both learned significant lessons by what we did wrong. Because I am an engineer by education and first career, … [Read more...] about The Seven Most Dangerous Words a Wife Can Ask Her Husband
With coffee in hand, I rummage through my work bag to find my favorite fine point pen. Onto the bookshelf to retrieve my Life Application Bible and my journal de jour, I am now armed to do battle. Sometimes the battle is offensive: taking the hill of a major goal or life … [Read more...] about The Battle of Anxiety and How to Win it
When I first became a Christian I was in a small group with three other women. I am sure I was their personal project that they formed a group around. I was clueless. But being a new baby Christ follower, I was in love with Jesus. Everything was so new for me. I was reading … [Read more...] about Spiritual Drift: How to Get Back To Jesus