After the Vows

Laughter Is Good Medicine

By Ingrid Myers on

Through the ups and downs of almost 34 years of marriage, laughter has been a steady source of encouragement. One of the main reasons that I was attracted to Jay was his ability to make me laugh. The first time I laid eyes on him, he was in a skit in college being goofy and funny. I was...

I Pledge Allegiance To My Marriage

By Kristin Abrahams on

Allegiance. We all know what this means. When we think of marriage, we think of the word commitment, loyalty, and respect or love...Very rarely in our marriage vows do we hear the word allegiance. Many are reminded of the Pledge of Allegiance that we had to recite in elementary school. Others...

Remembering The Lions And Bears

By Dustin Ellis on

One of my favorite bible stories is David and Goliath.  I know that it probably makes everyone’s top ten list and it is a classic underdog story where, very literally, the little guy takes on the big guy and comes out on top. But I remember re-reading that story in my 20’s, and...

Mind The Gap: Viewing Expectations Wisely

By Gavin Carrier on

If you have ever been to London and have ridden their version of the subway, called the tube, then you know the phrase “mind the gap”. A recorded voice offers this phrase to passengers so that they will watch their footing as they step off and, on the train, to avoid getting...