I like assessing what women are reading about here on this site. In fact, when I look at the stats, it’s kinda like I’m glancing at a big survey of what most women on this planet are dealing with in their marriage!
If you’re new here, welcome! Just an fyi: some of these links will take you to my other site, Christian Wife University, where I write about all things marriage related. It’s a relatively new site that I set up this year so the reader could find the much needed Christ-centered resources for a thriving marriage.
Without further delay…
Top 10 Christ-Centered Marriage Posts of the Year
As a wife, we hold a powerful position! Use your God-given influence wisely.
What wife doesn’t struggle with being gracious to her man? I struggled with it just this morning! 🙂
This post definitely struck a chord! As women, we could so easily rely and react to things in our life based on our feelings rather than the what the Word of God says. This, my friend, is a slippery, spiritual slope. Be wise with your thoughts.
A thriving marriage is an intentional marriage. It’s always a good thing to assess your marital relationship so it doesn’t go stagnant.
Most marriages start off great, but bad habits will cause a marriage to end bad.
Vulnerability. Every marriage needs it in order to thrive.
Always a work in progress with this one.
Be a counter-culture wife- one who is set apart.
It is only in Christ that we will find our worth.
Patient- a word that I wouldn’t say describes my nature, yet when I look to the Cross the verses that runs through my mind are Luke 9:23,24
Then he (Jesus) said to the crowd, “If any of you wants to be my follower, you must turn from your selfish ways, take up your cross daily, and follow me. If you try to hang on to your life, you will lose it. But if you give up your life for my sake, you will save it.
Bottom line: You can’t have a Christ-centered marriage without Christ.
Do you have a favorite post? Or one that has made an impact on your life? I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments!
Live a poured out life for Christ,