Marriage links for the week

Here’s
an issue
I’ve never really blogged about—and maybe never will—but
Marla acknowledges it with grace and the soul of wit, as usual.

Steve begins his chapter-by-chapter
review
of the book Covenant Marriage by
Gary Chapman.

Tony says, quite rightly: "I’ve decided that weddings are big, sweaty, expensive
rolling disasters, and it’s a wonder that we do them, yet most of us are glad
we did, which I guess is kind of like marriage itself."

This
post
by Katy probably relates to marriage in some obscure way that I’m
too lazy to decipher. It’s a very good post, though, so read it.

Jollyblogger has responded
to my request
for advice on treating pastors well.
I’ve also added the link to the permanent
page
that collects all the responses.

3 thoughts on “Marriage links for the week

  1. Debi Pearl’s book “Created to be His Helpmeet” is all the rage among Christian women bloggers right now.

    I’m curious to get a husband’s take on the book both theologically and practically. Especially since you focus on marraige issues, what do you think.

  2. I haven’t read the book, or even held it in my hand. If I do get a chance to read it, I’ll certainly post my thoughts. I do like the title. :)

  3. Curt,
    Thanks to pointing to my (very marriage friendly) post on fallible! What struck me about the story was my 5-year-old niece’s intention of defending the institution of marriage from the likes of me. She is a keeper!