Part of being a good husband is intrinsically tied to being a good dad (if you have kids). You hear a lot about deadbeat dads and dads who don’t do enough for their family. In fact, dads get a lot of bad press. So I want to talk to you today about what it means to be a good dad and three seemingly small but massively important things to consider in this pursuit:
Even in the best marriages, there are things that are left unsaid. Wouldn’t it be nice to get inside your husband’s head and figure out what he is really thinking? Well, I did the hard work for you. You’re welcome. Here are 4 things your husband won’t tell you… not because he doesn’t want to. He just probably doesn’t know how. So ladies, this one is for you! Continue reading “4 Things Your Husband WON’T Tell You”
5 Things A Single Guy Can Do NOW To Be A Good Husband Later
For all your single or engaged guys out there, I am going to give you the advice I wish someone gave me when I was in your shoes. Here are the 5 things a single guy can do now to be good husband later that will set you up for success to be a great husband when you get around to tying the knot with your bride… Continue reading “5 Things A Single Guy Can Do NOW To Be A Good Husband Later”
So excited to share with you that The Samurai Husband is officially released!! This is my vision and heart on marriage and the call for husbands to be who God has called you to be. IT’S AVAILABLE NOW ON AMAZON!!
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Rejection strikes at the core of your identity, especially when we are talking about sexual rejection. Since sex is such an intimate act, rejection is amplified and taken very personal. So what do you do when your partner says no? What if you are the one saying no for legit reasons, but feel really guilty for doing so? What do you do when you’re just not on the same page sexually and it’s leading to conflict or distance? Here are a few tried and true ways to help stave off rejection and work towards a better sex life as a couple. Continue reading “Healthy Sex (Part 3 of 3): Sexual Rejection and How to Get Through It”
There are a LOT of differences between men and women. One of these differentiations between the genders typically involves the way we view sex. Continue reading “Healthy Sex (Part 2 of 3): How Your Spouse Thinks About Sex and What You Need to Know”
I was counseling with a 25 year old guy one day at the church. (I am a pastor for those of you who didn’t know.) He was a leader and relatively new husband of about two years. I have a lot of respect for him. He was the kind of guy you want your daughter to marry; good looking, chivalrous, godly, kind, funny, and personable. On the outside, everything looked great… until I dug a little deeper. Continue reading “Healthy Sex (Part 1 of 3): What is Sex?”
There’s been a lot of press around Mark Driscoll lately and the resurfacing of some of his comments about the weak nature of men in America, particularly in the church. While I do not agree with his stance, I do want to approach the critical question he poses: what does a man who is following Jesus called to look and act like? Does he become a tame, domesticated man like Driscoll believes most of the church has become? Or does he have to be an angry Christian with machismo tendencies? Like most things, what gets the press are the polarized opinions of a small few. I by no means think my thoughts are the perfect middle, but I want to throw in a few thoughts on what defining masculinity looks like for those trying to follow Jesus.
So I’m a relatively new dad. I have a beautiful two year old whom my wife and I love and adore more than anything in this world. And that’s the problem sometimes. It is so easy for parents to get wrapped up into the lives of their children and prioritize them over all else. What’s wrong with that some of you may ask?
Everything. And here’s why.