As we enter Thanksgiving Week, I wanted to share a few things I am thankful for. Of course, this list could be much longer, but in this season and time of my life, these were my top 3. Sometimes we get caught up in the “Thanksgiving Holiday” itself rather than taking the opportunity to think about what this holiday means. This Thanksgiving, I want to challenge you and myself to be intentional.
Do you ever catch yourself saying things and regretting them later? That was me and still is me. Sometimes I open my mouth and I’ll start saying things wether that is speaking about myself, my situation, others around me or life in general in a very negative way. In today’s blog, I want to highlight some things that I have struggled with and still do with the hope that it can bless you and help you.
What is your purpose for your marriage? Some of us dive in into relationships and marriages without any purpose or vision. I’m not saying is a bad thing, but having a vision for your marriage can really help you. Tiffany and I never had a clear vision for our marriage until one day we realized in order for us to be better for each other and carry out our purpose, we needed to have some sort of direction. Today we will share a few points that we think will help you start your vision for your marriage.