February 24, 2012

Here’s a piece by Ann Voskamp about doing the “I do.” You might also read this. It is one of the links from the “I do” piece. Here’s a quote from the first link:

The preacher paused, then he had asked it. “Isn’t it sad that John Denver later divorced that woman he loved so much? Isn’t it sad that the great flute player James Galway, who was so entranced by that John Denver song that he recorded an entire record of songs and called it ‘Songs for Annie’? He played those songs as only that Irish flute player can play—and then he divorced his wife.”

Here are some info graphics about our tax dollars. Somehow understanding where our money goes doesn’t ease the pain of it’s departure. That said, we can rejoice that we don’t live in Sweden.

Andrew Case has written a few books on how to pray for our spouses and children. I have his book on my desk that discusses how to pray for one’s wife. He offers these books free in either Kindle or Nook format. They can be found here.

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