Limiting my freedom in order not to offend the tastes of those whom God has called me to serve (Romans 14:21)
The very life of a timber wolf depends upon its ability to show deference. If an “underling” asserts itself in any way, the leader will attack it in fury until the offending wolf offers its neck as an acknowledgment that it offended by putting itself first.
Teaching sons and daughters how to stand alone
Commit to be a "one-woman man" or "one-man woman."
Recognize "umbrellas of protection...
Being poor in Spirit
Mourning over sin
Meekness of heart
Longing for righteousness
Purity of heart
How to Work Within Structures of Authority
Gaining faith through understanding authority
Cooperating with God's "chain of...
A dynamic marriage is not built overnight. Yet for those who desire to have a family in one accord, this seventy-minute collection of...
What are spiritual gifts?
Who is given a spiritual gift?
How many gifts does each Christian have?
Why is only one motivational gift...
Steps to Maturity Through the Eight Calllings of II Peter 1
Expanding our range of ministry
Continuing in faith after salvation...
Characteristics of each motivational gift
The gift of prophecy
The gift of serving
The gift of teaching
The gift of exhorting
The Courageous Conversation – a strategy to follow for any pressing issue. Helping husbands to exchange normal leadership for noble...
How birth order tendencies can be used to build harmony
Other factors that affect tendencies
How to bring harmony out of conflicting...
Marriage partners will either tolerate one another to appear normal or become one in seeking for God's very best. Paul & Jenny began...