Category Archives: marriage

Using a Thermometer in Your Marriage

*This following will also be published in The Vermilion Standard Wedding season is upon us and, like many pastors, my weekends begin to fill up with weddings as couples celebrate and commit to each other before their loved ones and their God. During this wedding season, I thought it would […]

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A Marriage Full-Court PRESS

This article was also publish in the The Vermilion Standard. In a recent sermon at Parkview Alliance Church, I spoke about marriage and the need for married couples to actively pursue a healthy marriage.  Marriage, like a healthy garden or a crop, needs to be tended regularly to be healthy. […]

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Don’t Settle For A Good Marriage

*The following was originally published in the Vermilion Standard.Jim Collins, in his book “Good to Great” about corporate success, makes the statement that the greatest enemy to great is settling for good.  I want to take Collins’ comment into the context of marriage because I think it is very relevant […]

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