A Better Husband

By on December 10, 2008

I have a problem. I think I’m a pretty good husband. Well, I guess it isn’t such a problem that I think that, but rather, the problem is how I came to that conclusion. See, the world is full of crummy husbands. There are guys out there who ignore their wives and substitute her for Read More...


When Balanced Is Not A Checkbox

By on December 4, 2008

Being married in seminary can be difficult. Making sure you don’t kill your marriage on the alter of academics is a balancing act we will all walk. Add children and a job and your complexity level just went through the roof. To make sure that we’re keeping everything in balance, many of us go about Read More...



When Ministry and Seminary Collide

By on August 24, 2008

The family seems to always lose! This week, the first week of classes, has been an extraordinarily busy week. For many seminary students, I am sure this is a true statement. For seminary students who either work in a secular job or a ministry at a local church, this is even more of a true Read More...


When an "A" Might Be Sin

By on July 30, 2008

I’m back! I’m sure no one has noticed, but since the last Love & Marriage post 6 weeks ago I’ve been missing in combat. Jeff and I have discovered that — surprise! — baby #2 is on the way. Consequently sleeping, throwing up, and consuming an embarrassing quantity of cheesy bean burritos has taken precedent Read More...




Love and Marriage in Seminary

By on March 21, 2008

This post was written by Terry of Diary of a Seminary Student. Terry is married and has 3 sons. When he’s not blogging on his site, he also writes a weekly post on Said at Southern Seminary. He, as you might guess, is attending Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Not only was I honored when Just Read More...