Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Scattering Seeds…Summer Romance

Scattering Seeds…Summer Romance

By Carri Pratt

What woman can resist the appeal of attracting the attention of her lovin’ man?

This month every Christian woman has the opportunity to fulfill the great commission in the most exciting way ever – inviting your married girlfriends to participate in a summer of love and romance with their husbands! will be presenting “Song of Solomon – Summer of Sizzle” a Bible study that will tantalize your spirit, tease your senses, tempt your creative juices and excite your soul.  Your spouse will participate in an exclusive summer romance with you.  It will prove to be an exceptional exercise in growing your relationship on a deeply spiritual and personal level as we walk through the book of the Song of Solomon. 
Be inspired to reach new heights in your romantic love of your spouse.  Receive encouragement, read comments and ideas from other women, and recapture that fun and exciting feeling from when you first met. Best of all, you have the opportunity to allow God to be at the center of your relationship.  The man in your life just might fall in love with you all over again.

The Word of God will be presented each week in new and inviting ways - a great opportunity for you to follow the last words of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, He said to them: “It is not for you to know the times or dates the Father has set by his own authority. But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.”  After he said this, he was taken up before their very eyes, and a cloud hid him from their sight.

Challenge: Invite your married girlfriends to make a choice to put your husbands first this summer and participate in “Song of Solomon – Summer of Sizzle” this June. Start your own accountability group of 3-5 and encourage each other weekly to continue the study until the final day. 

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

2 Cute Tuesday

Song of Solomon Binder Cover

The Song of Solomon - Summer of Sizzle Bible study officially begins Monday, June 3rd with Session One.  This personalized binder is a very fun way to start a new study about marriage.  

1.  Visit and go to the photo tab
2.  Select a 5 x 7 collage photo and add your photos
3.  Shuffle them around until you like the end result
4.  Order the photo  (mine was $0.75) ready in 1 Hour!
5.  Go to the T2W Song of Solomon group.  If you are not currently a member, please request an invitation.

6.  Click on the Files Tab
7.  Click on Download next to Binder Cover.doc
8.  When it comes up in Word add you and your husband's names and anniversary date at the bottom and print.
9.    Pick up your collage photo at Walmart as well as a 1" "View" binder by Avery.
10.  Slip it into a "View" binder
11.  Enjoy thinking about all of the special times you and your husband have shared.
12.  Take pleasure in a Summer Romance with your spouse and have fun!

Monday, May 27, 2013

Song of Solomon - Summer of Sizzle - Introduction

Song of Solomon – A Handbook For Marriage
Bible Study Introduction
By Carri Pratt and Amy Gentry

How it works:
Welcome! We are so glad if you have chosen to revel in a Summer of Sizzle and Romance this year.  This is an online study only.  It will be up to you and your schedule as to how often you check in and how much (or little) you wish to participate.  Of course the more time you invest the greater your reward and the more fun you will have!  Each week we will discuss a small portion of the book Song of Solomon (aka Song of Songs) and apply it to one main weekly topic on marriage.  One word of caution, we do not go in chapter/verse order like other traditional studies, we skip around based on the weekly topic.

The weekly schedule will remain the same each week as follows:

Monday – Check in to the T2W Song of Solomon Study group on FaceBook, (  then go to the printable tab and print the lesson

  • This information will also appear on the Titus 2 Women FaceBook page and
  • You will be invited to participate in a one to two question survey about the weekly topic
  • You will be invited to participate in the Readers Choice Awards
  • Click on the Video tab and view the short clip provided
  • Complete your worksheet (just a few fill in the blanks)
  • Choose whether you will accept the weekly challenge (aka The Fun Stuff)
Tuesday – 2 Cute Tuesday will showcase romantic items and crafts
you can make that go along with the weekly topic

Thursday – Weekly Blog Article – A personal experience article written by our Titus2Women staff on the weekly topic. Also, a reminder to complete your Weekly Challenge -  these will both appear on FB and

Sunday -  An Optional live online discussion group from 3:30-4:00 each Sunday hosted by one of the Titus2Women staff to provide fellowship for T2W Song of Solomon Study group members only.  This is a time for the members to interact and share challenges and successes from the previous week.  You should be able to access this from anywhere on your phone.  Just set your phone alarm and log on to see what women are saying.  We welcome your input.  We will also unveil the results of the weekly Readers Choice Awards.

BINDER PRINTABLE – On the "Files" tab from the group page you will be given the opportunity to print the Binder Printable.  We highly recommend that you prepare a binder to keep your notes from the study.  This will give you:
·         Cover Page – to slip in the front of a “view thru” binder – has a box for you to add a photo of you and your husband – if you are crafty you can even add cute scrapbook paper for a unique look
·         Study Outline & Calendar – shows the weekly topics and dates for your review
·         Challenge Journal – spaces for you to write in the weekly challenges and an area for you to journal your results

Invite a few of your married friends to participate in the study with you as your accountability partners.  Discuss your weekly experiences and what God is doing in your relationship.


Useful Tips and the Weekly Challenge

Each week you will see a challenge for you to do for or with your husband.  This is the part that makes your marriage really sizzle!!!  Please do your best to complete your weekly challenge.  This is where you are going to experience the biggest difference in your marriage relationship.  However, if you miss a week, just go on to the next week.  Don’t forget to check in with your accountability partners.


Song of Solomon, also known as Song of Songs is believed by many scholars to be written by King Solomon, son of King David, early in his reign (approx. 900 BC).  It is considered by many to be the best song he ever wrote.

There are three ways to interpret this song:

1) The first is allegorical meaning that the characters are fictional and the man represents God and the woman represents the Israelites.

2) The second interpretation is also allegorical and holds that the man represents Jesus Christ and the woman represents His church.

3) The third interpretation is the one we will use for this study, the literal approach.  This approach suggests that the man is actually King Solomon early in his reign and the Shulammite is the woman he loves.  The Shulammite woman believes that King Solomon is a shepherd.  She is in love with him and is concerned about her dark skin tone (her deep dark tan was a status symbol showing she was a lower class working woman.  She states that she is ashamed of her skin color which she has because her step brothers are angry with her and make her work all day in the vineyard.  Sounds a little like Cinderella right?  King Solomon does not seem to mind but rather finds her to be quite lovely.  He professes his love to her over and over.  By the end of his reign, however, King Solomon was said to have given his love to approximately 700 wives and 300 concubines. (that’s a lot of love for any one man!)

This book is very short, only eight chapters, but heavily laden with sensual overtones.  The early church fathers were quite disturbed by this fact and therefore modern scholars have attributed their need to explain the graphic language by using the allegorical methods.   Hebrew boys were not allowed to read the Song of Solomon until they had come of age (13).   There is a heated debate regarding whether this book should even be included in the Old Testament Canon because of its erotic imagery.    However,  William Green quoted Rabbi Akiba from the Talmud regarding the Jewish opinion of the inspiration of the Song of Solomon. “‘Silence and Peace! No one in Israel has ever doubted that the Song of Solomon defiles the hands [i.e. is Scripture]. For no day in the history of the world is worth the day when the Song of Solomon was given to Israel. For all the Hagiographa are holy, but the Song of Solomon is a holy of holies.”

The literal approach claims that God gave us this book of the Bible as a Handbook For Marriage.  This seems very logical looking at the fact that God provided the Ten Commandments to live by and the various laws in Leviticus for the Israelites to maintain.  He also gave us what Jesus called the greatest command, to “Love the Lord Your God . . . and love your neighbor as yourself.” Deuteronomy 6:5

The true question would be; why wouldn’t God give His creation the necessary guidelines for a successful marriage relationship?  Especially when He so clearly mandated in Genesis 2:24 “That is why a man leaves his father and mother and is united to his wife, and they become one flesh.” NIV

Coming Up:
          2 Cute Tuesday, 5/28 – Personalized Binder Covers for this study
          Session One, 6/3 – First official session of Song of Solomon

Family Matters

by Amy Gentry
-I have Pinterest, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter accounts.
-I text more than I talk these days. 
-Sometimes I send texts just to see what the reply will be. 
-I did not go to my High Schools 20th reunion because I felt I knew all I needed to about the people I went to school with through social media.
Needless to say- I am a huge social media fan, but how will social media eventually affect our children?  I read the posts of my children and I see random, silly post that almost shout “look at me.”  Are they seeking self-affirmation from a list of “friends?”  They check and recheck the posts to see how many have now liked or commented on their updated status. 
Where does this all come from?  Are there moments in the day when they need a pat on the back and I am not giving them one? 
How does this need for cyber-affirmation effect my children and what will the content of their character look like in 5 years? 
Does the fragile self-worth of my children all come down to how many people “like” them in cyberspace?  What about the one who does like them in the heavenlyspace??? “Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us in the heavenly realms with every spiritual blessing in Christ. For he chose us in him before the creation of the world to be holy and blameless in his sight. In love he predestined us to be adopted as his sons through Jesus Christ, in accordance with his pleasure and will to the praise of his glorious grace, which he has freely given us in the One he loves. In him we have redemption through his blood, the forgiveness of sins, in accordance with the riches of God's grace that he lavished on us with all wisdom and understanding.” (Ephesians 1:3-8)  

My children have been chosen by God and adopted as His children.

Maybe we should take a lesson from Stewart Smalley 


Sunday, May 26, 2013

Book Corner - Calm My Anxious Heart by Linda Dillow

Calm My Anxious Heart
by Linda Dillow
In honor of Mother’s Month, T2W thought this book would be perfect!  Let’s face it, I’ve never met a fellow mom who didn’t suffer from anxiety!  We all do!  It’s like it’s inbred in our very being!  It’s a constant battle to be fought day in and day out.  Whether it’s about our health, our husbands, our kids, our finances, our homes, our relationships, our time, there is PLENTY of stuff we can be anxious about!  Consider reading this sweet book from Linda Dillow!   
“Women worry a lot. We fret about our children, our friends, our careers, our spouses---the list goes on and on! Yes, we want to be content and trust God with our worries, but it’s a struggle to let go and free ourselves from the burden of anxiety.  If you're tired of being held hostage to a million "what ifs," Dillow's 12-week Bible study will provide the help you need to exchange your anxieties for godly peace and contentment. 240 pages, softcover from NavPress.”

Friday, May 24, 2013

Press Children into the Lord

Press Children into the Lord

When a child comes to you with a heavy heart or any concern, offer them a hug and a word of encouragement but quickly send them to their Heavenly Father. Encourage them to get down on their knees with you to pray silently therein developing their own relationship with God, instead of forming a habit of coasting on your faith or wisdom.

“In the year that King Uzziah died, I saw the Lord seated on a throne, high and exalted..”  Isaiah 6:1

Thursday, May 23, 2013

Ministry Focus - IJM

International Justice Mission
by Stephanie Heady

International Justice Mission‘s Base Camp is a summit designed to equip churches to guide their congregations in following God's call to justice. Ministry leaders from around the country and IJM staff are eager to share practical ways for your church to make an even greater impact in the fight against injustice.  Hearing from churches that work with IJM in developing a heart for justice and implementing a justice ministry will not only be inspiring, but instructive.

God has laid human trafficking on my heart for a while and ever since going to India with Rahab's Rope I have been unable to ignore it anymore.  Human trafficking is all across the world but as you can imagine it is much worse in poverty stricken countries, countries that churches from all over the world minister to and pray for.  How exciting will it be to see people rescued from these countries?!  Your church can be an instrument through which God carries out His redeeming work all across the world.

Struggles against injustice are God’s struggles.  We are simply called to do our part and experience him as He equips His church to do the work. God is calling us to do justice - not just feel bad about injustice.  I believe God won’t give us a mission without granting us the power to do it. He fully equips us and for this I am so thankful.  And through the mission, He changes us to be more like his Son.

“Seek justice, rescue the oppressed, defend the orphan, plead for the widow” Isaiah 1:17 (NIV)
 - Each year, nearly 2 million children are exploited in the global commercial sex trade.
 - 27 million men, women and children are held as slaves.
 - 1 in 5 women is a victim of rape or attempted rape in her lifetime.
For more information on the IJM’s and their Base Camp, go to:

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Chicken Salad

Chicken Salad
Toss together:
Baked chicken pulled or 4 baked chicken breasts cubed,
1/2 small onion finely diced,
3 stalked of celery finely diced,
Small handful of dill pickle slices finely diced,
Salt and pepper to taste.
Whip 1 cup of cold mayonnaise on a bowl until it is a pourable consistency. Add to chicken mixture a few table spoons at a time. When it looks like all of the ingredients are wet enough but not too runny add a few tablespoons of whipped whipping cream (whip it yourself).
In a small pan toast a small package of slivered almonds in a tablespoon of melted butter. Then drain and salt them on a paper towel. When cool, store in a sandwich bag.
Cover and store overnight. Before serving toss with grape halves and the toasted almonds.

Monday, May 20, 2013

Heavenly Anthem

Heavenly Anthem
by Amy Gentry
“Listen to the love song that I am continually singing to you.  I take great delight in you.  I rejoice over you with singing.  The voices of the world are a cacophony of chaos, pulling you this way and that.  Don’t listen to those voices; challenge them with My Word.  Learn to take minibreaks from the world, finding a place to be still in My Presence and listen to My voice.”  (This is a passage from my daily devotional, Jesus Calling by Sarah Young from March15th)
The voices of this world are constantly competing to be heard, they want your attention.  What are they competing against? …the love song that God is singing over you.  He “will rejoice over you with singing.”  (Zephaniah 3:17)  He rejoices over you with words, His Words.  His Words are in direct opposition to the words spoken to you from this world: you’re not enough - worthy enough, skinny enough, rich enough…  This reminds me of a line of the hymn “Crown Him With Many Crowns,”
“Hark! How the heavenly anthem drowns out all music but its own.” 
Do you suppose that if we listened hard enough we would then be able to allow God’s singing over us, His heavenly anthem, to drown out all words that are not His own?  All of the words that are in direct opposition to His voice?
CHALLENGE: Compare your internal dialogue with the words that God is singing over you.  How???  By reading His Word daily and believing that He takes great delight in you, and will not condemn you but rejoices over you.  “The LORD your God is with you, the Mighty Warrior who saves. He will take great delight in you; in his love he will no longer rebuke you, but will rejoice over you with singing."  Zephaniah 3:17

Song of Solomon - Summer of Sizzle

Song of Solomon - Summer of Sizzle 
will be here soon!

Join starting June  3rd and have a Summer Romance with your husband!

Every Monday and Thursday this summer you’ll discover new insights into God’s design for marriage based on the Book “Song of Solomon” from the Bible.  God really does want you to have some “Sizzle” in your relationship.  Join us and learn how.  An informative introduction to the Bible study will be posted on May 27th.

Song of Solomon – Summer of Sizzle
starting June 3, 2013

Friday, May 17, 2013

Share What God is Doing in Your Life with Your Children

Share What God is Doing in Your Life with Your Children

When the Word of God and His Spirit reveal something to you, as you learn and grow in your faith, tell your children about it! Share with them what you hear, your answered prayers and even convictions from the Spirit to encourage them in their own faith.

“Fix these words of mine in your hearts and minds; tie them as symbols on your hands and bind them on your foreheads. Teach them to your children, talking about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up.” Deuteronomy 11:18-19

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

T2W'S Favorite Things

T2W's Favorite Things


My kitchen is finally revolutionized. I have a place for the homeless things in my kitchen!!!  Welcome to the world of undershelf storage.  Where has this idea been my whole life???  

The Container Store's Undershelf Basket $6.99-$9.99 (depending on size). 

But the pièce de résistance is The Container Store's Undershelf Placemat Holder for $9.99. I have 3 of these in my kitchen currently: one for my large wicker hot pads, one for my large plastic platters and one for my cutting boards (I think I may get another one for my cookie sheets).

The Container Store's Undershelf Placemat Holder for $9.99.

Monday, May 13, 2013

Song of Solomon - Summer of Sizzle

Have a Summer Romance with your husband this year!

Starting in June will be posting insightful articles based on the book Song of Solomon in the Bible every Monday this summer.

Learn God’s true design for marriage as He instructed in the verses of this controversial instruction manual. 

Here is a secret… God really does want you to have SIZZLE in your marriage!

You will discover:
  • God’s design for marriage
  • Romantic ideas each week
  • Tips on enhancing your relationship
  • 10 Fabulous marriage topics
  • What other women are saying
  • Reader’s Choice Awards for the Most Romantic Things

Do Not Miss This Awesome Study – and remember to invite your friends!
Start a Facebook group and discuss your weekly insights

Song of Solomon – Summer of Sizzle
starting June 3, 2013


By Stephanie H.

The Lord has been showing me that I am not as reliant on Him as I thought.  A typical morning: my alarm goes off because I have electricity, I take a shower because I have clean running water, I put on clean clothes, I take my children to school in our car that works and has gas.  I am grateful for all of these modern conveniences but I do not want them to be a crutch and forget to rely on the Lord for every step of the day.
I am not saying get rid of all modern conveniences to rely on the Lord. Just remember to be thankful by starting your day by asking, “Lord, What should my day should look like?”  Ask Him for his strength, wisdom, discernment, love, patience, peace that is needed for the day.  Give Him all your concerns and anxieties.
I often hear the phrase, “God does not give us more than we can handle.” But, without relying on Him I could not handle most of my daily life.  When I am living in His will and relying on Him, He will bring me through an obstacle that only He can overcome.  I don’t know about you, but I don’t want to miss the opportunity to be used by Him.  I choose to fully surrender to Him so that I am but a vessel of His work. 

Psalm 59:17 (NIV) “You are my strength, I sing praise to you; you, God, are my fortress, my God on whom I can rely.”
2 Corinthians 1:9 &10 (NIV) 9 “Indeed, we felt we had received the sentence of death. But this happened that we might not rely on ourselves but on God, who raises the dead. 10 He has delivered us from such a deadly peril, and he will deliver us again. On him we have set our hope that he will continue to deliver us.”

Challenge: Pray and ask the Lord if you are relying on yourself or on Him and what that looks like.  Ask the Lord to show you what areas in your life you need to fully rely on Him.

Saturday, May 11, 2013

The Other Woman

The Other Woman
By Carri Pratt

“I think my husband is having an affair.”  Have you ever had this thought cross your mind?  It might be the different way he is treating you or a strange text you thought you might have received by mistake or the fact that he is working late and not answering his phone, or perhaps you just have a twisted feeling in the pit of your stomach.  Maybe it isn’t a fear of another woman but just a feeling that your spouse is starting to drift away from you.

The fact is that when we open ourselves up to truly love another person we become vulnerable.  We know that person has the power to cause us pain and heartache.  This may lead us to sometimes have feelings of mistrust.  However, the root of these feelings is fear.  Fear is mentioned over 300 times in the Bible because our Heavenly Father knows what fearful little creatures we are on this earth.

Recently God has given me the unbelievable blessing of allowing me to see the need to crucify my flesh and restore my soul.  This gift has allowed me to fall deeply and madly in love with my husband of almost thirteen years after many years of what I call “surface/survival love”. 

This kind of love is self-serving at best.  It is the kind of love you think you have to stay married and care for your children.  The kind of love where you are really not paying attention to your spouse or any of his cues.  You don’t have to worry about him picking up the phone when he is working late because you don’t even call.  You simply enjoy the time he is away and do your own thing.

“Surface/survival love” is not the kind of love God intended for a marriage.  We know this because God has given us a marriage guide in the Song of Solomon in the Bible. “I belong to my love, and his desire is for me.” Song of Solomon 7:10.  God wants us to have a deep desire for our spouse.  God wants us to have a loving and unbreakable bond with our marriage partner.  God wants us to have a passionate love affair with our husband.  It is His gift to a bride and groom.  This type of love can be scary because it commands us to open ourselves up to the possibility that our love will not be returned.

So what if we have been hurt in the past or are hurting right now?  What if we don’t know if our husbands are being faithful?  What if we fear the worst?  What if he wants to leave?  Stop and take a deep breath! 

We cannot control the actions of anyone but ourselves.  The first step is to bring our fears to the Lord.  Lay them at His feet.  Know that we are loved by the King of Kings.  “There is no fear in love; instead, perfect love drives out fear, because fear involves punishment. So the one who fears has not reached perfection in love.” 1 John 4:18  

The next step is to pray.  The most wonderful thing we can do for our husbands and our family is to pray for God’s protection and guidance.  Pray that God will keep our spouse, and us, from temptation.  Pray for the peace of Jesus Christ in our lives.  Pray for our children.  Pray over our home. Pray, Pray, Pray!  No matter what your situation, God can do miracles if you call upon His name.

Then concentrate on being a loving partner.  The truth is that there are thousands of women who would like the chance to be exactly where you are with your man!  This should serve as a wake up call to see what you have and appreciate him for who he is and what he does for you.  Isn’t he worth your efforts to create or encourage a godly and adoring relationship?

A word of caution here ladies, don’t be “needy” or “critical / place blame” (the number one turn off for guys) but be fun, helpful, loving and spend time with your man doing things he enjoys.  Give him room and give him your trust (even if you don’t think he deserves it).  Bring your fears and accusations to the Lord and let Him be the one who heals you and your relationship.  Journaling your feelings is a great way to get them out of your system.

Challenge:  Join Titus2Women for a Summer of Romance with the Bible Study “Song of Solomon … Summer of Sizzle” and see just where God can take you and your spouse in your relationship if you let Him.

Friday, May 10, 2013

Be Fruitful

Be Fruitful

God’s fruit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control.

“This is my Father’s glory, that you bear much fruit, showing yourselves to be my disciples.” John 15:8

Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Retro Wednesday


Mother's Day Breakfast Recipe

What an easy Mother's Day breakfast in bed.

Twas the night before Mother's Day and all through the house, every creature was snoring - even the pet mouse. Mom was up late preparing what was to bake. So dad and kids could boast- she whipped up a casserole of Overnight French Toast.....

Overnight French Toast Casserole - Stephanie H.


1 loaf French bread, sliced in large cubes
8 eggs
3 cups whipping cream
1 cup sugar
3/4 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons vanilla
1 can of cream cheese icing
Powdered Sugar
Fresh Strawberries (optional)

Arrange half of the cubes bread in the bottom of 9x13 (pack it in to make it fit). Spoon "globs" of cream cheese icing on top of cubed bread (don't worry about spreading it). Arrange the remaining half of cubed bread on top of icing layer, pressing down. Mix eggs, whipping cream, sugar, salt and vanilla and pour over bread. Cover with foil and refrigerate over-night. Next morning, remove foil and bake at 350 degrees for 50-60 minutes. Before serving top with sliced strawberries and powdered sugar - Yum! (No need for syrup).


Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Seeds of Discontent - Part 2 - Envy

Seeds of Discontent:  Part 2 – Envy
By Jenn Vaught
Proverbs 14:30 (AMP) A calm and undisturbed mind and heart are the life and health of the body, but envy, jealousy, and wrath are like rottenness of the bones. (Emphasis mine)
Got envy?  Yup, me too.  Who hasn’t?  It’s that green eyed monster that spans all lifestyles and social statuses.  No one has been immune.  There is no amount of money that can cure it, there is always someone more rich.  There is always someone with a better home, better marriage, better kids, better looks, better this and better that.  For some reason it seems to me that women are more prone to this than men.  It’s one of those “sister sins” we struggle with like anxiety that I talked about in my previous article. 
There is only one answer that can cure envy and that’s contentment and thankfulness in Christ.  Contentment and thankfulness isn’t something that just happens, it’s a decision you make every single day.  To sing every morning that old hymn, “This is the day that the Lord has made and I will rejoice and be glad in it!”  I don’t see how anyone can have these two things without Christ.  To me, it seems impossible.    
Some people can mistake satisfaction with contentment.  To me, these are two very different things.  Satisfaction is more like settling for where you are in life, you may not like where that is, but you are merely satisfied with it.  Mick Jagger couldn’t even “get no satisfaction!”   But seriously, contentment in Christ seems to take that satisfaction further helping you to become thankful to be where you are and who you are with at this very time and moment and you are at peace with your future, no matter what.  They fit naturally together and go hand in hand, like a man and a woman, a husband and a wife.  “Faith does for living what sunshine does for stained glass windows.” Gerta Schaffner                        
CHALLENGE:  Are you just merely satisfied or are you content and thankful in all circumstances?  If not, take the time to ask God to help you become better at fighting these monster feelings that can make or change our attitudes every single day!  1 Peter 2:1 (NIV) Therefore, rid yourselves of all malice and all deceit, hypocrisy, envy, and slander of every kind. (Emphasis mine) 

Monday, May 6, 2013

Song of Solomon – Summer of Sizzle

Do you have “Sizzle” in your marriage?

Want some?

Join starting in June and have a Summer Romance with your husband!

Every Monday this summer you’ll discover new insights into God’s design for marriage based on the Book “Song of Solomon” from the Bible.  God really does want you to have some “Sizzle” in your relationship.  Join us and learn how.
Song of Solomon – Summer of Sizzle
starting June 3, 2013