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Tips on Managing Conflict in your Marriage

Tips on Managing Conflict in your Marriage

Conflict Will Come In Your Marriage

Managing conflict in your marriage begins by understanding that ll marriages will have conflict. If you don’t, either you live on a tropical island with the earnings from your lottery winnings, or you are dead. Either way, it is not possible. Living with another person or persons (children) 24/7 is going to create friction in the form of disagreements, expressed tensions and downright in-your-face arguments without the fisticuffs.

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Powerful Reasons Why Community is Important for All Believers

The importance of community and unity

The mission of UNCOMMEN is this: we exist to encourage men to be better Leaders, Husbands, and Dads by equipping individuals and organizations with inspiring and educational resources. Our vision is to help men succeed at being the man they were always meant to be. We hope to teach you the power of community.

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Your Free Trial is About to Expire

Your Free Trial is About to Expire

Proverbs 18:22 — “He who finds a wife finds what is good and receives favor from the LORD.”

The divorce rate used to be something that people referred to as a stat of the success or lack thereof when it comes to the institution of marriage. I say “used to” because that number is a little less trustworthy these days. Not because great marriages have skyrocketed in number in today’s culture, but because fewer people are getting married in the first place. 

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God’s Path For Your Life Can Feel Strange

God's Path For Your Life

Psalm 119:105 — “Your word is a lamp for my feet, a light on my path.”

There is no greater joy than being a father, right next to that is being a husband. God’s path for me to those things wasn’t traditional. However, that broken path leads to a faith-filled journey landing me here in Iowa.

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Learning From Experience | Fatherly Wisdom

Learning From Experience

Proverbs 22:6 — “Train up a child in the way he should go, Even when he is old he will not depart from it.”

Wouldn’t it be great if you could revisit yourself in the past to advise on a situation? Not that I have it all together currently, but I know the young me would have benefitted from some council from the future me. I think it would have gone a little something like this.

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What Godly Obedience Looks Like

Godly Obedience

Many of us have read the story of Abraham in the sacrifice of his only son Issac. If you haven’t read it, stop here and go read Genesis 22: 1-14 and then come back to read this story.

What obedience it must have taken to even think of sacrificing Issac since it took an act of God to have him in the first place. The resolve to pack the donkey, and start walking toward the destination of where God would ultimately intervene. While this whole story is gripping, the verse that caught my attention was verse 5. There you see the faith of a man that trusts God will provide.

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