Today we're joining Sarah Jakes Roberts, daughter to pastor T.D. Jakes, as she passionately prays and exhorts us to get our fight back on!
According to a newly released report on millennial travel, the once clear boundaries between “work” and “play” during vacation time are slowly dissolving and being replaced by new expectations.
One thing is true about marriage—you married an imperfect person. Regardless of imperfections and disappointments, the Bible calls you to appreciate your imperfect partner. Here's how.
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