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Why You Should Keep Dating After You’re Married

When was the last time you had a date? Not just sitting on the couch watching Netflix, but a real date? One where you weren’t distracted, you made each other feel important, and your excitement was noticeable? Dating after marriage can play a vital role in having a deeper connection in your relationship. Here are 5 ways to have a successful date with your spouse that will help strengthen your marriage.

How to Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions

Half of Americans will make a New Year’s resolution this year, but only about 8% will keep them. Not only will the majority of resolutions fall by the wayside, but nearly half of the resolutions made will be dumped before February 1. So, it’s very understandable for someone to wonder if making resolutions is even worth it. What’s the point in having a New Year’s resolution if it is going to fail? Perhaps the better question is, how we do make our resolutions stick?


6 Ways to Build the Church Online

Around 40% of the world’s population has an internet connection today. Whether researching cars, schools, what to wear or yes, even churches – people look online for guidance. We live in an age where our voice, for good or bad, makes a difference. We often hear of stories, where someone saw a friend talking about the church or an event at the church and decided to come and, “check it out.” Your voice can reach hundreds, if not thousands of people through what you talk about online. When we talk about what God is doing, people take notice; they get excited, and they start to view the church as God’s tool to build His kingdom, a place that is close to his heart, and something they want to be a part of.

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3 Things To Make Social Media A Safer World For Your Family

When it comes to the internet age we live in, social media has become a major part of the lives of students. I want to encourage parents with a few things in regards to how they can help keep their children safe in a digital world.

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