Anger Management Techniques: One Costly (and noneffective) Way, & the Loving Way

Anger Management Techniques

“Give the people what they want!” . . . goes the marketing maxim of our day. When it comes to “anger management techniques” and marriage issues there is a gulf between what people want and what they need. by James Hess There are many anger management techniques available. At work . . . upholding good […]

Total Success: When One Man’s Deathbed Confession Turns “Bitter Sweet”

Total success speed

When exhaustion and frustration start hitting this soon in the new year–try grabbing this Godly perspective for total success! by James Hess A few evenings ago my family was at a special world missions worship celebration. The announcement the speaker gave was confidential. We were the first public crowd of which he shared his “heavenly” […]

Family Leadership That Leads To A Passionate Destination!

Family Leadership

Family Leadership will Inspire Her to Make the Marriage Stronger With You! by James Hess I learned a lot about leadership during my 4 years in the US ARMY. I used to work closely with, S.F.C. Montez, my platoon Sergeant. He was an influential NCO in the Army. Also, he was a very committed family […]

Love and Respect: Does She Miss You When You’re At Work?

In a marriage the light of Jesus shines brightest when "1 Corinthian 13 love" and just plain ole showing respect are put to good use.

If you are a loving Christian Husband feeling the absolute dumps of being disrespected by your wife, then this may be the most important declaration you’ll hear all year that can transform your marriage: God declares that the husband is the head of his wife and must love her unconditionally–so it must be shouted from […]

1 Way to Better Love My Wife as Christ Loved the Church

The Lost Art of Emotional Intelligence Take a moment to watch this X-Factor video. Can you feel the pain in this woman’s voice? Does it take your breath away? When I first heard the pain in her voice – I took a step back to feel what she was expressing. It reminded me of even […]