MY TWENTY-YEAR REFLECTION ON LIFE WITH ERIC LUDYINTRODUCTIONWe may look like a youngish couple, but believe it or not, Eric and I are celebrating our 20th wedding anniversary!This incredible fact causes me to shake my head in amazement.
Eric is a Humble, Godly LeaderLiving in the public eye has not been easy for either of us. We’ve been a source of curiosity and interest to others for most of our married life. Our wedding video was viewed by over 100 people (some who didn’t even know us personally) because w
Eric Exudes Christ's LoveEver since I have known Eric, he’s had a built-in compassion radar toward everyone around him. When I walk into a roomful of new people, I have a tendency to think more about my own social discomfort than the state of the human souls around me. Eric is
I preface this article by saying I have always been incredibly social and I love people. This quality has been a blessing in my life the more I have learned to speak and act in relationships with wisdom, but in my youth it sometimes got me in trouble.
I'm so disgusted with the way most guys today act. I am usually sarcastic and demeaning toward every guy in my life. I sometimes feel bad about it, but am I really supposed to treat them with respect when they don't deserve it?
Conflict is a natural and normal growing pain of any maturing relationship. When two people— often two very different people—live together as husband and wife, differences and opposing opinions are bound to poke their heads out at some point. Conflict is not a problem, nor is it a sin. The way we settle it, however, can quickly become both if we allow the flesh to be in charge.
Alright ladies, this is something we’ve all faced – to varying degrees – at some point in our lives, and many of us have banged our heads against the wall trying to figure out just how this should be done. Rejecting love is never easy, nor romantic.
Dear sister in Christ,I hope you are growing each day in the love of our Savior, Jesus Christ. Although there are a lot of challenges and distractions to divert you off the path of righteousness, I pray that you will continue on and not lose faith. Have you noticed the lack of godly men in this generation? Yes, I suppose you have; you probably feel it even more acutely than I do.
Jen is a frustrated young wife who has been married for three years. “I want my husband to rise up and be the leader in our marriage. But he seems to just wait around for me to move things forward. I’m really tired of trying to be the man in this relationship!”After talking with Jen more about this issue, it became clear that the problem she was facing in her ma