Resisting the Enemy’s Foothold in Your Marriage

Resisting the Enemy's Foothold in Your Marriage from Jennifer at Satisfaction Through Christ

This post contains affiliate links. Thank you for supporting the ministry of STC in such a tangible way. My husband is training for a new job, and today my heart was full of thanksgiving for the way he works hard in obedience to God, providing for our family through his employment. Until I remembered something that happened yesterday. Something that hurt my feelings … [Read more...]

A Lesson in Matthew: Enough is Enough

Photo credit: A Lesson From Matthew I wanted to start this out with a disclaimer that I am not a psychologist or therapist or an expert on the subject  I am discussing below.  I am speaking from my heart.  If you have an issue happening where someone is physically or emotionally hurting you, reach out to someone who can help you.  This can be a trusted friend … [Read more...]

How to Dehumanize Your Husband

I had looked everywhere, but I couldn't find it. And I was starting to panic. We were running late (because, let's face it, that's life with six kids), and I had to have it. Exasperated, I growled at my husband. Even though he may not have even been around. Okay, so he nowhere near. Not in the house. Or in the yard. Or even in the neighborhood. He was at work, … [Read more...]

10 Ways to Pray for Lost Loved Ones

 How to Pray for the Lost Isn't our God wonderful? We have tasted and seen that He is good. We have experienced the overwhelming fullness of joy in His presence. We can testify that His yoke is easy and His burden is light. One of the hallmarks of a Christ-follower is that we long for others to know Him, too. Especially those we love. And I sort of think it … [Read more...]

Forgive and Live : A Lesson on Matthew 5:22

One of my sister's favorite expressions when dealing with people who are rude is, "Wow, that person must have missed that day in Kindergarten."  "That day" of course referring to the day, week, months or years where that person learned their manners or lack thereof.  Is everyone entitled to a bad day?  Of course, I am not unrealistic.  Should it effect others though?  Probably … [Read more...]