Happy Father’s Day!
I wanted to say a huge thank you to all the real dads out there (as opposed to those who have fathered a child but have never done what a dad does). We live in a world that downplays the importance of a good father, which is detrimental to kids, marriages, and society as a whole.
A loving, involved father means better grades, less use of drugs, less trouble at school and with the law, and later start to having sex. A good dad also means children are more likely to marry, and more likely to have a good marriage. In short, dads are important.
Links to blog posts that stood out to me this last week:
When Your Marriage is Limping, Fix Your Life ◄ Because fixing your life WILL help your marriage.
Does Your Husband or Wife Do His or Her Fair Share? ◄ If you thing yes, how are you measuring things?
Give & Take ◄ Dirty Girls is having a fund-raising drive. DG offers help for women who struggle with porn. This is a growing problem, and DG is one of the few ministries working with women about this. That, and they do a great job! Please pray about helping them out with a donation!
The Generous Wife
Happily Married After
Ground rules for Disagreement ◄ This is an excellent tool – learn it and use it!
Hot, Holy and Humorous
Sex Photos & Videos ◄ A good article on DIY sex pictures.
Journey to Surrender
A Grace-Full Marriage – Does Grace Mean Not Caring? ◄ “Stuffing it down and sucking it up do not fit with my understanding of grace.”
I Can Endure ◄ Probably not your first choice, but it is a valid and God honouring choice.
Marriage Missions International
Dealing With or Dumping Garbage ◄ Cause who wants to live in a dump?
Have the Father’s Day of Your Dreams! ◄ The end is the best part!
What’s Your Communication Style? ◄ Are you an amplifier or a condenser?
One Flesh Marriage
Romantic Act of the Day
The Romantic Vineyard
Safe at home
Ten Things Great Dads Do or Don’t Do ◄ Good stuff.
Stupendous Marriage Show 48 ◄ A happy podcasting anniversary to Stu and Lisa as they complete one year of great marriage podcasts.