By: Patrice Martin

Maturing and Growing in Womanhood

The easiest thing to do is quit. It actually takes no effort; however, the bravest thing we can do is to press on. I'm sure you have seen sporting events where it appeared the contest was over, and all the competitor that was losing had to do was concede to defeat. Yet, the competitor refused to throw in the towel and rallied from behind. Do you feel as though this has been your storyline lately? If so, you are not alone because there are other competitors (men) out there who feel the same way. The greatest example of a competitor who refused to stay down was our very own Jesus Christ...   READ MORE

 The enemy of self-centered thinking hinders the unity and togetherness of all families, especially, those who are Christ-centered. The idea of the serpent (the devil), is to deceive the members of our families with over-consumptive and self-centered desires. He knows this will negatively affect the spiritual, moral, and emotional condition of our families. This kind of thinking can work in all parties (dad, mom, and children) unless there is a strong defense or stand from God's Word (Hebrews 4:12-13)... READ MORE 

One of the best ways to grow together is by yielding to the Fruit of the Spirit (Galatians 5:22-23). This is God’s character and it always works. Allowing God’s nature to be the guiding influence in all of our marital interactions will produce success. It is important to evaluate the spiritual progress of your marriage regularly because this will allow you and your spouse to determine what areas need your attention. God’s desire for your marriage is no different than it was in the beginning, which is to be fruitful (Genesis 1:28). When you make godly character a priority in your relationship, it will build trust and security...  READ MORE

​​Men's Living Blog 

Married Life Blog

Building and Growing your Family

Maturing and Growing in Manhood

Fear. Hurt. Anger. Brokenness.  These are but a few of the many emotions that you have experienced repeatedly throughout your life.  When you lived as a woman who was not filled with the Spirit of God, you experienced these emotions.  After you became filled with God’s spirit through the salvation of Christ, you continued to experience these emotions....   READ MORE

Building and Growing your Marriage

What's on Your Mind?
By: Steven Jefferson, Sr.

Balancing your Life as a Christian Woman
By: Patrice Martin

The Priority of Family Life
By: Anthony Martin

Exercising the Fruit ofthe Spirit 
By: Anthony Martin

Take out a sheet of paper and a pencil or pen.  Write down every role you play in your life and the lives of others. Try not to focus on what you do, but who you are.  For example, you are a Christian, you are a woman, and you may even be someone’s sister. One of the most common complaints of us women is that there aren’t enough hours in the day to accomplish everything we have planned. After a tiresome day of navigating through the world to attend to the needs and demands of society, we now have to come home and attend to the needs of our families....   READ MORE

Women of Faith Blog

Family Life Blog