The Art of Being a Wife who Cultivates a Fulfilling Marriage
A wise woman builds her home, but a foolish woman tears it down with her own hands. Proverbs 14:1
When I became a wife, it never even occurred to me that I was either going to demolish my marriage or build it up based on my words, actions, and attitudes according to the wise woman in Proverbs 14.
No one tells a new bride that in order to have a fulfilling and thriving marriage that she’s really going into the construction business- one of laying a biblical foundation for nurturing the heart and soul of her husband.
But many times, our society teaches wives how to be in the demolition business instead. After all, demo is much easier to do than to actually build something!
But I want to be a wise wife and I believe you do too. Because who really wants to live in a difficult marriage? Not me. And I’m sure you don’t either.
That’s why I’ve put together my latest video course called, The Art of Being a Wife who Cultivates a Fulfilling Marriage.
Inside the course I cover:
- Rediscovering the Hero in Your Husband
- The Art of Sharing Your Heart with Your Husband: Communication in Marriage
- A Heart to Heart Talk about Sexual Intimacy
This course is included in the newly launched Homemaking Academy. You can take a sneak peek in this video.
The Homemaking Academy has 10 courses with 8 different mentors to help you get the hands-on, biblical and practical training you need to help you thrive in all aspects of your life instead of survive.
Not a full-time homemaker? No worries. Every woman I know, whether she works full-time or part-time, could use some encouragement in her spiritual disciplines, relationships, and managing Mt. Washmore as well as tackling the on-going question of, “What’s for dinner.”
Won’t you join me in being a wise wife who builds up her marriage?
Live a poured out life for Christ,
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Your blog inspires me so much ?
A young wife
So glad to hear this. To God be the glory!
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