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  • forevermarriages19v6
    There are many qualities to admire about Joshua. A man that loved and feared GOD and a fearless and righteous leader to the people of GOD. But, what stands out the most is his leadership in his household. GOD has called all husbands to be the spiritual leaders in our
  • forevermarriages19v6
    Written by: Marissa Msefya Yes, marriage involves love, but it’s so much more than that. It requires commitment, patience, forgiveness, sacrifice and selflessness. I often say that getting married is one of the most selfless acts you will ever do because marriage is not about you. Rather, marriage is about
  • forevermarriages19v6
    Written by: Marissa Msefya In 2017, we celebrated 3 years of marriage and I felt led to share some of the lessons, insights and experiences on Facebook. Below is a compilation of the reflections shared. Days skipped: 5, 11, 14, 16, 18 Day 3: As a Christian wife, one of
  • forevermarriages19v6
    This five week devotional highlights specific men in the bible to gain insight and perspective as it relates to godly masculinity and marriage. We begin with Joseph, Jesus’ heavenly father. The scripture does not tell us much about the life of Joseph and his marriage with Mary, but the few
  • forevermarriages19v6
    Love is not enough. When I hear seasoned couples talk about the secret to marriage, they don't mention how much they love each other. Instead I hear words like time, commitment, prayer, forgiveness, etc. It is the decision to commit and invest daily that makes marriage last.
  • forevermarriages19v6
    The devil's temptations to us are very predictable. For example, we recount the story of Jesus in the wilderness for 40 days, fasting, no food or water (geez, not a whole lot  to wonder on what the devil will tempt Jesus with). He was starving. Food! In our lives, we