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Love your children the way they want to be loved

“It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men”—Frederick Douglass

A few months ago, I got a chance to read “The 5 Love Languages of Children… 309 more words

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Learning to speak a new (love) language

I recently finished reading Gary Chapman’s The 5 Love Languages, a book that is delightful in its simplicity and yet has the potential to be profoundly life-changing. 484 more words


June and July are always a big deal around our house. June 27 is my birthday and July 4 is our Anniversary. This year we rolled both events into one. 648 more words

The Cove

One Year Blogging (#5): Blogs about the Self

Having a lot of down time over the summer allows me the opportunity to create margin in my schedule. Empty space invites reflection. I like journaling. 1,097 more words


God is the God of Physical Pleasure

In my particular background, there is a lot of squeamishness over elements that I think are related to receiving God’s love and showing God love by means of physical touch. 1,283 more words

Girls' Night In The Word

Why doesn't anyone love me?

If you’ve never read or heard about a book called The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman, then this blog post isn’t going to make much sense to you. 525 more words

Married Life

Chapman's "Love Languages" series (physical touch)

Memory Verse: Exodus 33:14 “The Lord replied, ‘My Presence will go with you, and I will give you rest.’”

Weekly Task: Read the Song of Songs (Song of Solomon) and take note that God delights in the use of physical touch as a means of expressing love. 227 more words

Girls' Night In The Word