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Four Habits of Healthy Couples

Posted on January 28, 2019

Jimmy Evans, CEO and founder of Marriage Today, often speaks of four crucial habits that emotionally healthy couples have. He states that couples have to make good habits and disciplines central to their relationship.

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Patience, Peace & Kindness

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Posted on February 1, 2018
by Tracy Stetzel - Pregnancy Counseling & Adoption Services

In our busy world, it is easy to focus on our own feelings and needs, and overlook those of others. We need to remind ourselves to look beyond the obvious to extend patience, peace, and kindness.

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Dislike Valentine’s Day? Find Your Lover Here!

Posted on January 19, 2017
by Rev. Michael Wolfram

Some say Valentine’s Day isn’t so sweet… I found an article telling how confusing Valentine’s day is for some people and how hard it is on others.  Now, you would think that having a day to say, “I love you.” to those close to you would be simple however, Reuters News Service reported that: Eight […]

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Marriage Matters for CURBING CRIME and DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

Posted on July 26, 2016
by Rev. Michael Wolfram

This month we are nearing the end of the summary results adopted from Why Marriage Matters: Thirty Conclusions from the Social Sciences, a publication of the Center for Marriage and Families at the Institute for American Values.   The final area in which the study found that Marriage Matters is in regards to Crime and Domestic […]

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Adoptive Couple Fears – Can I Love this Child as Much as I do (or would) our Biological Child?

Posted on January 20, 2016
by Kim Laube

This fear is not as easily addressed mostly because pre-adoptive families don’t even want to admit that the fear exists.  Just saying it can make you feel like a heartless person.  I wish pre-adoptive families felt more open to talking about this than they do.  Why? Because there are many paths that can lead to […]

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