Articole în limba engleză


Aveţi aici articole folositoare despre familie, copii, singurătate, etc, însă în limba engleză, cine are cum sa traduca fragmenţele, ni le poate împărtăşi :)

Articles with Dr. Gary Smalley  (de la Smalley Relationship Center)

The Five Levels of Intimacy
The First Level: Here, a couple simply tries to avoid each other, and, when they do speak, it is usually shallow conversation or exchanging clichés.
by Dr. Gary Smalley | 01/13/03

Communication: The Language of Love
One emotional word picture is worth a thousand words.
by Dr. Gary Smalley | 12/28/04

Top Ten Conflicts with Teenagers
Conflict is not a surprising topic when we mention the words parents and teenagers in the same sentence. Our (Mike) household did not miss any of the top conflicts we will discuss further along in this chapter. I remember a specific argument I used to have with my mother on a weekly basis. I was the fun-loving, active teenager who struggled with the idea of cleanliness. But I especially struggled with cleaning the day the cleaning person would come to detail our house.
by Dr. Greg Smalley & Michael Smalley, M.A. | 01/27/03

Resolving Anger with Your Teen
When my (Gary’s) daughter, Kari, was 16, I once managed to close her spirit down tight in anger in just a few minutes.
by Drs. Gary and Greg Smalley | 07/10/06

Joy That Lasts: Overcoming Emotions That Destroy Joy
Have you ever walked confidently out on a limb only to look back and see someone sawing it from the tree? That’s how I felt recently when I realized what I’d done to Norma.

Abraham’s No-Losers Policy
Journey with us back to the days of Abraham. Genesis 13: 5-18 tells the story of Abraham and Lot, and it gives us a demonstration of the no-losers policy.
by Dr. Gary Smalley | 02/14/05

Small Groups
Are You A Leader?
Six skills and how to build them.
by Bob Pike, Discipleship Journal, Issue 64 | 11/28/05

Why I Need a Small Group
During this past year, I was in a couples’ Bible study group. It continued even through football season. (All of us can look at our schedules and say we don’t have time. But we each have to just make the time for those things that are vital to our lives.)
by Coach Dan Reeves, Dr. Howard G. Hendricks, & Rebecca Manley Pippert, Discipleship Journal, Issues 42-43 | 03/14/05

When Your Child’s Other Home is Leading Them Away From Christ
„I really want my two children to love the Lord and have a relationship with their father. But when they spend time with their dad and stepmom, they are exposed to a lifestyle that goes against what the Bible teaches. What can we do? I’m tempted to discourage them from going to see their dad.”
by Ron L. Deal, M.MFT. | 08/04/08

How to Raise a Kid Who Can Handle Adversity
Our job as parents is to raise healthy, responsible adults.
by Michael Smalley | 03/12/07

In Search of Mr. Right?
Question: „I’m 24 years old, out of college and looking for love but instead of finding Mr. Right I keep getting hurt by Mr. Wrong. What is my problem?”
by Michael Smalley | 04/26/04

SKIN—What on Earth Is FOX Thinking!
I can’t believe it’s been over a month since I last updated our BLOG!!! But I just can’t keep this latest thought off our blogg, and it’s about TV and the signal (and I’m not talking about a technical signal) it sends to singles about dating.
by Michael Smalley | 01/10/04

Step Families
Starting Over Again
Over 50% of Christian marriages end in divorce today in America. This means there are millions of couples who may remarry and try it again. The divorce rate for subsequent marriages is double the divorce rate for first marriages.

Step Families Often Slip Through the Cracks
U.S. corporations lose well over $10 billion each year due to problems resulting from stepchildren and working parents and other forms of marital stress, according to a workplace psychologist at Pace University in New York.
by Christine Woolsey | 01/27/03

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2 răspunsuri la Articole în limba engleză

  1. Paul zice:

    People today are confused.

    Civil law allows divorce and remarriage–but God DOES NOT.

    If people would read their Bible and stop listening to all the false teaching out there, they would see that if someone gets a divorce in order to marry their new lover God will NOT recognize that remarriage. That is the reason He calls remarriage adultery.

    The Bible clearly says that whenever remarriage occurs, adultery results, and that is pretty clear to every Bible reader. The charge of adultery is given to the new couple, after they remarry because they are not a husband and wife in the sight of God.

    In Romans 7:2 we are clearly told why the remarriage of divorced persons is adultery. It is adultery because the first marriage is still binding.

    “A wife is bound to her husband as long as he lives.”

    Since she is bound to him as long as he lives, all other relationships are adultery. This is easy to understand.

    People talk in our day about “ending” marriages.

    But that is impossible to do, you can’t do it.

    It is not divorce, but death, that ends marriages. The only thing that divorce does is, make a new relationship adultery and while remarriage is legal in the eyes of the government, it is illegal to God.

    As long as a former mate is living, the original marriage union is secure in God’s eyes–and that is the State of Marriage.

    When one of the married partners separates from the other and joins himself to someone else, that does not free him from the state of marriage that he is in with his first wife, but instead, it enters him into a state of adultery.

    Proverbs 28:13 makes it clear that God wants all of us to turn from sinful living. John the Baptist lost his head defending this principle. Mark 6:17-18 tells how John the Baptist had said that it was not lawful for Herod to have his brother’s wife after a divorce.

    Herodias, was legally divorced by Roman law, and newly married to Herod Antipas, but John still said to Herod, “It is not lawful for you to have her.” after they were remarried.

    Don’t go shopping around for someone to justify what Jesus Christ clearly and repeatedly condemned.

    God has not changed His law to allow a man who has stolen another man’s wife to keep her. Nor has He changed His law to allow a woman who has seduced a husband away from his wife and children to keep someone else’s husband. Nor will He join two people in a God condemned wedding ceremony.

    “I require and charge you both, as you will answer at the dreadful day of judgment when the secrets of all hearts shall be disclosed, that if either of you know any impediment, why you may not be lawfully joined together in Holy Matrimony, you do now confess it. For be you well assured, that if any persons are joined together other then what God allows–are not joined together by God–neither is their marriage lawful.”
    –The Book of Common Prayer

    It is important to notice that neither the Gospel of Mark, nor the Gospel of John recognized Herod’s second marriage as valid. In Mark 6:17 it describes the woman as “his brother Philip’s wife,” after a divorce. He called her Phillip’s wife after she was divorced and remarried. That is whose wife she was, even though Herod had married her. The divorce did not end the marriage. She did not become Herod’s wife upon remarriage. Herod was living with her in adultery; she was still Philip’s wife.

    God does not recognize the second marriage because the first marriage is binding until death. That is an eternal principle settled in the eternal counsels of God.

    From God’s point of view, all first marriages are binding, and can be broken only by death. Divorce does not dissolve the “bond” of marriage. If it did, there would be no adultery in a remarriage.

    The Bible condemns remarriage after a divorce.

    Every faithful disciple of Christ needs to speak God’s truth about marriage and show people, according to Scripture, that they are bound to their first spouse as long as they live.

    We must help people see the truth.

    Adulterers… will not inherit the Kingdom of God. 1 Corinthians 6:9

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