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New e-book – Wake-Up Call: What Every Husband Needs to Know

8. July 2014

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For less than a dollar, find out what a husband needs to do in order to have a wife who adores him.

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Marriage and the Garden of Eden: Dress It and Keep It

22. April 2014

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To read this article about creating a happy marriage, and seeing a personal glimpse into our own journey click here.

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Tips for Step Parenting

9. December 2013

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Even though being a stepparent can be complicated and fraught with challenges, there are ways to build loving ties with your stepchildren. Being a stepparent can be both challenging and rewarding. When a stepparent learns how to deal effectively with challenges, that’s when the rewarding part enters in. It takes time, patience and a hefty measure [...]

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7 Important Times to Give Full Attention to Your Spouse

9. December 2013

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Your spouse needs your loving attention, particularly at key moments in life. Marriage requires your undivided attention. Even though many other important elements of living have to be attended to, nothing is more important than your marriage. There are those moments in life when you need to give your full attention to your spouse. Here are [...]

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The Powerful Influence of Grandparents

28. November 2011

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by Gary and Joy Lundberg . . . .Grandparents Day is always the first Sunday after Labor Day.  Not much attention is paid to that day, probably because every day with a grandparent is a celebration. Being a grandparent is a time of deep joy and intense pleasure, in spite of aches and pains that [...]

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Wake-Up Call for Wives

26. July 2011

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By Gary and Joy Lundberg . . . . Last month we wrote the article Wake-up Call for Husbands, and were surprised to see the large number of comments and emails we received.  Now it’s time for a wake-up call for wives. Full article

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10 Ideas for Old-Fashioned Summer Fun

29. June 2010

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10 Ideas for Old-Fashioned Summer Fun

By Debra Sansing Woods . . . As a young child, I loved the primary song, “Oh What Do You Do in the Summertime?” As I sang each verse to the energetic but relaxed tempo of the music, the lyrics fired my imagination with the possibilities for summer fun. Inspired by the words, I was sure [...]

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Did I Get Married Too Young? Marriages of people in their early to mid-20s are not nearly as risky as you think.

23. February 2010

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By DAVID LAPP When my very smart and relatively young girlfriend (she was then 20) first told her father she was thinking of marrying me, he refused to even hear of it. “How much college debt does he have?” he demanded. “What’s the rush? Why not wait until your career and finances are established? How do [...]

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Give Your Marriage Little Gifts

7. December 2009

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by Gary and Joy Lundberg After one of our marriage seminars a couple came up to us and said, “We almost didn’t come because our marriage is doing just fine. Then we decided that we want to keep it that way so we came, and we saw some things we need to do to polish it [...]

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Breakfast Casserole

6. December 2009

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This was served at our church/ward Christmas Party Brunch, along with cinnamon rolls, ham, fresh fruit and juice. The casserole is delicious and was so easy to make. I’m going to make it again for our family during the holidays. Joy Lundberg Preheat oven to 350°. Cooking spray or grease a 13×9-inch baking dish. Ingredients: 6 cups frozen hash [...]

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