Product Recommendations & Resources

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On Bible Study & Writing

Bible Study is the foundation of my journey as a Christian writer and author, and one of the first Bibles I ever used in my walk with the Lord is the NIV Quiet Time Bible.

It changed my life as a college student and young adult, and I have a special fondness for it still. Regardless of your age or how long you’ve been saved, having quiet time with the Lord is an essential part of your life as a Christian. So, if you desire to grow deeper in your relationship with the Lord, I highly recommend this one; or you can check out this selection of Quiet Time Bibles.

The great thing about this devotional book is that it “forces” you to really think about the Word and to write down your answers to the questions. So, I recommend that you get a journal to keep your notes and reflections. This one is cute and inspiring. However, there are so many different journals to choose from. You can also just use a regular composition book, a notepad, or even a tablet like this one. Don’t like this one? Click here for more tablets and accessories to choose from. The important thing is to write down your thoughts. Trust me, you will be thankful later when you can look back and see your growth and progress in the Lord and in your understanding of His Word.

Speaking of the Word, I grew up reading and memorizing certain passages from the King James Version (KJV), and it has a special place in my heart. However, I really enjoy reading and comparing different versions of the Bible. Two of my personal favorites are the New King James Version (NKJV)and The Living Bible (TLB). I use them a lot in my writing, when I refer to certain scriptures. The NKJV brings me closer to the KJV, but the TLB has the feel of a conversation written in simple, practical terms.

On Love & Marriage

If you want a long and healthy marriage, you must put the work in to achieve that goal and to maintain a healthy status.

And a healthy marriage needs to be continuously worked on to keep it fresh and exciting. Love that is dead can also be resurrected, just as Christ raised people from the dead. It requires commitment and a desire to work it out on the part of both parties. Counseling and forming new habits can go a long way towards making a marriage healthy again.  And mediation can help you to find peace in the event of a separation or divorce.

Here are some resources that you may find helpful:


Prayer is essential in a Christian marriage, especially since we rely on God who is the author of marriage. If you are faithful to pray for your husband or wife, you can expect to see changes in your marriage and in the level of your intimacy.

Power of A Praying Wife

Power of A Praying Husband


Doing Couple’s Devotions is a great way of fostering and improving the communication in your marriage. And better communication leads to greater intimacy.

Moments Together for Couples

Kingdom Marriage Devotionals

Moments Together for Intimacy

60 One-Minute Marriage Builders

Here are some other books that are great for improving your relationship and building up your marriage:

Reading and Self-Help

Saving Your Marriage Before It Starts

The Relationship Bible

The 5 Love Languages

Better Love Now

On Separation and Divorce

As much as we hate the word, divorce happens. It is not something we expect nor want, but it happens. So, what do you do when your marriage is on the rocks and headed for a divorce? Try Compassionate Mediation.

If all efforts fail to save your marriage, at least you may be able to find some peace of mind in the midst of a separation or divorce.

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