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My latest blog article is up at Covenant Eyes, entitled How a Little “Harmless Entertainment” Can Affect Your HusbandContinue Reading…

Our culture’s cloud of sexual living continues to get darker, denser and more and more expansive.  Everything is becoming normal and everyone is starting younger.

Sexual immorality is no respecter of persons.  This has little to do with homosexuality vs. heterosexuality or any of the many cultural wars going on in this arena today.  It’s so easy (and wrong) for Christians to point the finger at homosexuals or gay marriage as corrupting God’s design for sex when divorce, premarital sex and sexually explicit material in entertainment took care of this long ago.  We could care less that our favorite show on Netflix shows sex and nudity and conditions to long for this outside of wedlock, but we’ll get fired up about those gays!  Um, how about we each take a look in the mirror at how we have bought in to culture’s polluted view of sex, a pollution that has infiltrated every square inch of our society and has influenced each and every one of us.  If you’re not divorced, you haven’t had premarital sex, you’ve never lusted, you’ve never looked at pornography or read romance novels, you’ve never watched sexually explicit nude scenes in movies or TV, and you’ve never fantasized about being with someone other than your spouse, then I guess you’re allowed to start pointing fingers. Continue Reading…

I firmly believe that the strongest factor for wanting a divorce is entitlement.  You’ve done your part, you’ve spoken your spouse’s Love Language, you’ve been patient, but your spouse still won’t change.  They won’t do what you want and you deserve better.  In the end, you conclude that you married the wrong person and it’s time to move on.

The idea that you married the wrong person implies that there is a “right” person out there for you.  This concept isn’t new.  The idea of “The One” or a “soul mate” or “Mr. Right” or “Mrs. Right” is one that has sold billions of movie tickets and romance novels and will sell billions more.

Research shows that Continue Reading…