Rest is seriously underrated…ask my wife and I.
Okay…this should be interesting. Fee and Wayne take on the taboo topic of cohabitation, better known as “shackin’ up”. Need we say more? SHARING IS CARING! Like, share, subscribe, and leave us a rating and […]
Some issues are just more complex than we want them to be…
What does it really mean to have someone’s back? Does supporting them mean that you can never be critical of their ideas or decisions? Is it good to be a “Yes Man/Woman” in your marriage […]
Can we ever really “play catch up” with time?
“You can’t mass produce transformation. It’s the work of the Holy Spirit by God’s grace. But so many times, we simply try to put as many people into a room as possible and think that […]
“We Christians are really good at getting our message to the people who already have it…but pretty bad at times getting our message to the people who really need it.” ~ Phil Vischer
“Let me insert a word here to correct some possible misunderstandings. The disciplined use of time should not be understood as promoting a relentless, unresting, burnout-prone lifestyle. Though Jesus often ministered long hours and frequently […]
Just the two of us, right? Maybe not so much. Fee and Wayne discuss the value of Jesus being at the center of marriage…and how that transforms your marriage from one that only benefits the […]
“If you’re encouraging and comforting students, but not urging them to live a life worthy of God—then they might feel very supported, but might not be held accountable to a level of godliness that will […]
Yeah, we know…it’s been a minute. But a lot has gone on with Fee and Wayne since their last episode…including their 10th wedding anniversary! So, to commemorate both their 10th year and 10th episode together, […]
“It could be a sign of pride in your life if a word of reproof or admonition is not able to be received with the same grace… …whether it be given by the poorest of […]
Can all of our society’s problems be solved by following two simple rules: love God with every fiber of your being, and love others like you would love yourself? Is that possible…or even reasonable? I’m […]
“Someone once said that ‘a community is where the person you like least always is.’ When you think about it, the early church was comprised of individuals, Jews and Gentiles, that despised each other. Yet […]
“We have far too many Christians who are strong on convictions, but you wouldn’t want them to represent you in any public way…because they do it in a way that is not very civil in […]