I will forever be thankful to my husband for all of his hard work so I can stay home with our babies.
And honestly, I haven't bothered really trying to figure it out because it seems like when I do, he is offered a position somewhere else and then I have to learn a job description all over again.
So let's just say that he sells lighting stuff and will continue to do so in some form or fashion.
And that's ok, but I never in a million years would have guessed that a lightbulb delivery driver would have found so many open doors in the lightbulb world, but he has and the Lord has been sooo good to us.
I hope that this post serves as a "cheat sheet" for ME when I find myself in the middle of one of my contentment lessons again.
With headphones in, the estate agent begins a surprisingly well-rehearsed hip-hop routine.
The video cuts to one of the bedrooms in the home, as a smartly dressed Mr Smith choreographs his routine to the lyrics of the song.
Texas pastor Matt Chandler and his wife, Lauren, advised Christian singles in their weekly video series to be honest as they date and trust God to help find the balance between covering up the past and revealing too much, too soon.
The Village Church leader told singles it is a "good, right desire" to "guard your heart" in dating relationships, noting that the phrase comes from scripture.
what I'm trying to say is all we want to do is point to the best things and we don't want to go, 'now this has been an issue historically, or this.' So we can guard our heart to the point where we're not known and we're not known in a way that increases intimacy and increases (one's ability to tell) is this moving towards marriage or is it not."Lauren Chandler urged daters to consider what their hearts are centered on as they disclose information about themselves to a potential mate."What is your heart centered on? Or on, you know, 'oh I just want to be married,' or whatever it is? Lauren encouraged viewers to set their minds and hearts on things above: "I think you set your heart on the Lord and what He's going to do."She counseled singles that if they enter dating relationships focused on glorifying God in all they do, then they will have a more balanced perspective throughout the entire experience.