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February 01, 2017

A Valentines Day For The Books!

I will never forget the first Valentines Day of my marriage, six months after Shirley and I walked down the aisle. It was something of a disaster. I had gone to the USC library that morning ...

February 01, 2017

What Kind Of Love?

Author: JULIE CLINTON

Years ago, a Christian group on a college campus advertised a seminar titled: “Givers, Takers, and Other Kinds of Lovers.” We use the word “love” to mean almost any kind of

January 19, 2017

Forged in a Furnace

Author: JULIE CLINTON

Imagine losing your husband. It is during a time of famine in the land andyou are also filled with personal emptiness, hunger, and sorrow. You are alone. Discouraged. Grieving. Then, your ...

January 05, 2017

At a Loss for Conversation in Your Marriage

When my husband and I were dating, we could talk for hours about anything and everything. Now that we're married, we go out to dinner and have nothing to say to each other. What has gone ...

December 29, 2016

Do Women Need Men More or Vice Versa?

Do you think women need men more than men need women? Which sex copes best when living without the other? That very interesting question is addressed by the brilliant social commentator ...

December 28, 2016

God’s Love Never Changes

Author: JULIE CLINTON

In the midst of life changes, including unemployment, illness, loss, relocation, and retirement, you can be comforted by knowing that God’s love doesn’t change. He’s with you in t

December 15, 2016

17 Tips to Help You "Love Tough": 11 - 17

Let me get very specific with those of you who are single but wish someday to be married. (No insult is intended to those who are single by design and wish to remain unmarried. That is a ...

December 08, 2016

Looking For Love in All The Right Places

Author: JULIE CLINTON

I was sitting with my daughter Megan as she read through this chapter’s outline. When she read the title “He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not,” she giggled comically. “What