Posts Tagged ‘wife’

Did Ben Calhoun From Citizen Way Really Wear A Fanny Pack On A First Date?

Ben Calhoun from Citizen Way joins me on Episode 47 of the “More Than The Music Podcast” to share the stories behind their album, “2.0,” and how he got a second date with his wife after showing up to the first one wearing a fanny pack. Subscribe through iTunes | Subscribe through Google Play | Subscribe Using the RSS Feed Here’s the proof! Enter to win an autographed Citizen Way “2.0” CD! … Continue reading

Love Your Wife Like You Love Your Favorite Sports Team

If you’re a man like me, you’re man who LOVES sports and betting with cote pariuri! When one sport’s season ends, the next one seems to pick right up where the other left off. But have you ever thought about what it might look like if you loved your wife with the same kind of fandom that you love your favorite sport? I have and this one hurt to write… IF WE CAN FOLLOW OUR… … Continue reading

5 Powerful Prayers Every Wife Needs to Pray

I have moments of feeling utterly defeated. As a man, those are some of my most vulnerable times. When you’re at a low point anything (even harmful or stupid things) can look good and the idea of getting back up after being knocked down seems almost foreign. Its in those moments of feeling defeated that I am thankful for my prayerful wife standing in my corner. My wife sent me this (from crosswalk.com and author Jennifer… … Continue reading

17 Ways to Pray for Your Husband in 2017

As wives, perhaps one of the most important things we have the opportunity to do in 2017 is to pray for our husband. No one knows him as closely as you do, and this offers a unique chance to come before the Lord and ask him to guide and protect your husband in a powerful way. Still, sometimes it’s difficult to know where to start or how to focus our prayers, and so, below, you’ll… … Continue reading

17 Ways to Pray for Your Wife in 2017

I woke up early this morning praying and decided to write a challenge for husbands to pray over their wives more intentionally this year. So here you go, men! You’ll never love your wife more than when you pray for her. Humbling yourself before an all-powerful God and asking Him to do what only He can in her life – that’s a level of intimacy beyond anything the world has to offer. Praying for her… … Continue reading

Chris Tomlin Should Let His Wife, Lauren, Pick All Of His Songs

Chris Tomlin joins me on the More Than The Music Podcast to share the stories behind his new album, “Never Lose Sight.” Subscribe through iTunes | Subscribe through Google Play | Subscribe Using the RSS Feed Chris says it was his wife, Lauren, who first introduced him to “Good Good Father”… one of the biggest songs he’s ever recorded. I’m out on tour and she sends me this song and she’s like, “You’ve got to hear this song.” Now, she has… … Continue reading

Hear The Song Matthew West Wrote For His Wife That Someone Else Sings

Matthew West joins me on the More Than The Music Podcast to share the stories behind his album, “Live Forever.” Subscribe through iTunes | Subscribe through Google Play | Subscribe Using the RSS Feed He also shares how his wife reacted when country music group Rascal Flatts asked to record this love song he wrote for her.   See who’s coming up: Monday Night Album Spotlight Schedule … Continue reading

Married to the wrong person? This may help!

According to Scripture, Christians should never marry non-Christians. First Corinthians 7:39 is clear that we are “…free to be married to whom [we] wish, only in the Lord.” But even in Christian marriages, there are times when one might be tempted to think that he or she has married the wrong person. Courtney Reissig speaks wisdom into this topic in her recent article at The Gospel Coalition: Help, I Married the Wrong Person. Read more… … Continue reading

Make your marriage last a lifetime

Marriage in America is in trouble. Now this isn’t the first time you’ve heard Eric and me say this on BreakPoint, but new data from Pew Research shows that barely half of adults in the U.S. are married. That’s an all-time low. And if this trend continues, singles will soon make up the majority of the adult U.S. population. Click HERE for more. … Continue reading