10 Jun 2014
June 10, 2014

Marriage Baggage – Part One

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Bob: Most of us bring some sort of “baggage” into our marriages. It could be light baggage or heavy baggage, such as an irritating habit, or an unresolved way to handle disagreements, or a personality quirk, or maybe even something troubling from ones past. Like for me – something horrific from my childhood that for.. read more →

Our “style” of marriage has a lasting impact on our children. And grandchildren. The “trickle down” can be a blessing or a bust. I (Bob) vividly remember a specific day when I was serving as a high school football coach in Southern California. I was mulling over our upcoming game plan prior to the athletes.. read more →

Does the “D” word scare you? No, we’re not referring to Divorce, but another “D” word – Devotions! You know – that area that sends guilt pangs running through many couples! One of the ingredients in spiritual intimacy is a couple having devotions together. Years ago that exact phrase – “having devotions together” – sent.. read more →

10 Jun 2014
June 10, 2014

Lessons From God We’ve Learned

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Instead of grumbling and whining, if we go through difficult circumstances with an attitude of “What can I learn from this from the Lord to be able to grow through this and then be able to help others” – it’s amazing how we will then see our circumstances differently. This is the promise given in.. read more →

10 Jun 2014
June 10, 2014

Yvonne’s 911 Call

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On May 1st I had to make a 911 call because of Bob. Before I tell you the reason why let me give you some background which goes back to Bob’s college days when his sporting activities first became quite active and then on to include nearly 10 years of being slammed into the ground.. read more →

One area all married couples have to continually deal with is how do you handle life when you have hurt each other with something you have said or done? Depending on how you deal with the situation, the two of you will either feel like a barrier has gone up between you both or a.. read more →

The beginning of a new year is always a good time in our family to d-clutter our house. It begins as we put away the Christmas decorations for another year and ends with us going through cupboards, closets and that dreaded monster known as the garage, and get rid of items we neither want or.. read more →

Yvonne Turnbull’s teaching insights are gained from many years of walking, stumbling, stretching and growing with the Lord. She became a Christian in her 20’s and quickly realized she had been designed by God for a purpose. However, too often she was stopped from living out that purpose because of her struggles with a negative.. read more →

In the early years of our (unfortunately) bad marriage, we pitted our wills against each other. Did you used to do that? Or, still do? When we finally turned our lives over to God’s control and finally took our marriage vows seriously, we noticed that as each year passed our his ‘n her growth in.. read more →

We all hunger for appreciation. Surveys have shown for years that in the workplace people will work harder for praise than they will for a raise. Yes, we all like raises, but what is more important to the majority is to know that what they do or who they are matters to someone. It does.. read more →