Blog Highlights

  • 5 Things Every Pastor Should Know About the Women in His Church

     By  Posted on March 16, 2018

    By: Dr. Deb Waterbury Very recently I was speaking with a pastor who had come to me for counsel on how to bring his dying church back to life. I was somewhat taken aback by his remark at the very beginning of our conversation: “Deb, I value all you have to tell me, but let’s […]

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  • Apologize and Change

     By  Posted on March 15, 2018

    If when you hug your spouse and they stiffen up, and it feels like you are hugging a tree, there’s a reason. Either physical touch is not their love language, or, they have a lot of resentment toward you because of your past behavior. The answer to the first is to discover their love language […]

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  • When a Touch can Talk

     By  Posted on March 13, 2018

    If your spouse complains, “I don’t think you would ever touch me if I didn’t initiate it,” they are telling you that ‘physical touch’ is their love language. What makes them feel loved is when you reach out and hold their hand as you walk across the parking lot, or give them a hug when […]

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  • Have You Hugged Today?

     By  Posted on March 8, 2018

    Have you hugged your child today? Or, if you’re married, have you hugged your spouse today? How long has it been since you kissed each other? Physical touch is one of the five love languages. Some people grew up in homes were family members seldom touched each other. For these people, learning to speak the […]

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