Tag Archives: Marriage counseling

A Curmudgeon’s Musings on Muddled Marriages

We spend years studying.  Some subjects we will never use — at least in some practical way.  Others will be of benefit to some phase of our life in significant ways.  But how much study have we devoted to marriage … Continue reading

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To Officiate — or Not

One of the two Christian ministers I admire most is Bob Russell. Pastor Russel retired as the senior pastor of Southeast Christian Church in Louisville, KY and presently heads Bob Russell Ministries. As you know if you follow this blog … Continue reading

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With Marriage “Ain’t Nothing Never Easy or Simple”

Here is a repost of a blog I follow, To Love, Honor, and Vacuum, by Sheila Wray Gregoire.  Having spent hundreds of hours counseling with individuals and couples who experienced marriage difficulties I can truly attest to the basic thesis … Continue reading

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