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FROM THE DEPTHS OF THIS COUNSELOR'S EXPERIENCE ...
• Your marriage is none of your business. All aspects of life, marriage included, are God's business.
• When everything in marriage and family life is seen within a spiritual context, then everything that comes up—from intimacy to taking out the trash—can be an exercise in coming to know God rather than a battleground between two egos.
What about marriage?
with contributions from Ruth H. Holmes, Peggy Koehler, Anna Willis, Sue Hartgrove, B. H. Jones
ITEMS of INTEREST
Diane Evans with contributions from Lane Filler, Frederica Saylor
LOVE AND MARRIAGE ... journeying to the heart of who we are
By Joni Overton-Jung
Do you have to be married to be happy?
By Earline Shoemake
'I kicked the stuffing out of the Spoiler'
By Kim Shippey, Senior Writer
A FAILING MARRIAGE RESCUED
By Paul Mascall
A young mother quits smoking—FOR GOOD
By Lori White
New ways to serve God
By Steven Salt
No longer on eggshells
By Sharon Jeffrey
Through a spiritual lens—CUTTING EDGE
What fills the void for me
By Norm Bleichman
Fighting the common enemy
By Barbara Vining
The transforming effects of Christly love
Charlene Anne Miller
Patience—a key part of prayer
Healed of depression
Liliana betty Stetter
Keep hope alive