Category Archives: marriage

Fresh insights on royalty

A British Royal Wedding is a huge, world-wide event. But what is royalty really? Could you be a royal — born to royal ancestry? Royal–a king or queen or a member of their family. “For those who are led by … Continue reading

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Need a Christian, life coach?

My wife, Ernie Froedge Simms is a Christian coach. Most of her clients are women in their 20s-30s, who want to improve their relationship skills, and who need prayer and direction. She loves to work with any women who are … Continue reading

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Just about everybody on the planet has a sense that some activities are morally wrong. Love doesn’t try to force people to support the activities that violate their conscience.

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The Holiday Season — Celebrating the glorious value of an inconvenient, out of marriage, unplanned pregnancy!

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Most Everybody Draws A Line Between Thier Desires & Moral Principles

Almost everybody draws a line somewhere between their desires, cravings, and feelings; and moral principles.  Almost everybody has at times a desire they want to fulfill, but they intentionally restrain themselves because they believe that fulfilling that desire is morally … Continue reading

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Perhaps “Same sex marriage” is like a pair of same foot shoes (2 lefts or 2 rights) — not according to design.

Perhaps “Same sex marriage” Is like a pair of Same foot shoes (2 lefts or 2 rights) — Not according to design.

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A Society That Flaunts Casual Sex Creates Continuous Problems

A society that flaunts casual sex creates continuous problems: An epidemic of sexually transmitted diseases. Increase in health care costs to treat those diseases. Increase in sexual addiction. Fatherless children. Deadbeat dads. Increase in adultery. Widespread and popular promiscuity. Broken … Continue reading

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Sex Is Easily Perverted

Sex is easily perverted . . . * From making love to making whoopee . . . * From cherishing someone to getting some . . . * From laying your life down for the one you love to getting … Continue reading

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Case Study — A White Homosexual, A Black Woman, An African Muslim, & A White Mistress

I was asked to write a diversity case study for a course I am taking.  Here it is: Sue, a black female, owns a company with 30 employees and hires Betty, a white female who has been the 2 year … Continue reading

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Here’s A Curious Question: Isn’t “Same-Sex Marriage” An Oxymoron?

President Obama’s comment about same-sex marriage made me think. An oxymoron can be defined as a figure of speech which combines incongruous or contradictory terms. Since marriage has been defined for millennia as a relationship between a man and a … Continue reading

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