Never try to build a house without first laying a foundation. The same principle applies to your marriage and your family.
Let me explain. I don’t care how eager you are to get your new home finished, how excited you are about filling it with furniture and decorating it all just right – take time to put down a solid foundation first - hopefully, according to the blueprint.
If you don’t, that house will be so unstable, it will soon come tumbling down.
Privileges of a thriving marriage
Nobody likes rules. Let me say this another way. Nobody likes to be told what to do.
Furthermore, nobody wants to be following a set of rules feeling like they have to live life a certain way.
Do you agree?
Can you believe it’s the end of 2016 and 2017 is about to begin?
It’s been a great year. From growing kids, to enlarging our territory of influence; from happy moments to challenging times. Everything happened this year. Well, almost everything.
Now we look forward to a New Year. For us at The reBranded Life we’re expecting more changes, more growth and more of God in our lives. We have a vision, plans and ideas for your marriage, your family and your life that will generate a greater impact around the world.
I am excited to share with you, my readers, my tribe, and my friends reBranded lessons and experiences that will take us all to a greater place of advancement this year and the years to come.
3 practical ways to fulfill your marriage and your family’s destiny - Phelps way
Is your marriage in a slippery slope? Is your family getting anywhere? Are you winning in life?
I want to share with you some amazing ways you can improve your marriage and your family’s future, that I learned from Michael Phelps as I got to know more about him during the 2016 Olympics.
Determining to have an Olympic mentality for your marriage and your family
Are you fulfilling your dreams as an individual, a marriage or a family? Are you living the life you believe you were created for?
In other words, are you living according to your God-given design?
I’m not asking you if you have all the money you ever wanted. I’m not asking you if you’re successful. Success is a relevant concept.