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Gary Thomas
Christian author (Sacred Marriage, among others) and teacher: Writer in Residence at Second Baptist, Houston. Lover of God, student of the Christian classics
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Gary Thomas 4h
An 11-yo boy taught Lisa and me a lesson we'll never forget: our marriage is about so much more than us. And your marriage is about so much more than you. I pray this blog post will renew our motivation to make our marriages the best they can be
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Gary Thomas 19h
Do you need spiritual motivation to stick with your exercise/fitness goals in 2019? Check out "Every Body Matters." It's not a "how to" book, it's a "heart to book," providing motivation by connecting physical fitness with discipleship.
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Gary Thomas Jan 15
Martin Luther: "Three things make a preacher: meditation, prayer, and temptation."
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Gary Thomas Jan 14
For marriage and parenting, we need the eyes of Paul, always thankful for the good we see wrapped up in lives of imperfection. "Learning to See What God Sees" via
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Gary Thomas Jan 14
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Gary Thomas Jan 14
Marriage is a Team Sport via
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Gary Thomas Jan 12
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Zondervan Publishers Jan 8
"Parenting isn't our purpose; it's a response to our purpose - worshiping and glorifying God." Keep reading an excerpt from 's  via  👉
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Gary Thomas Jan 9
Love for family members can actually become dangerous when it leads us to look at what needs to change instead of recognizing and praising what's already there:
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Gary Thomas Jan 8
For today (January 8), the ebook version of "A Lifelong Love: How to Have Lasting Intimacy, Friendship, and...
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Gary Thomas Jan 8
Today is the last day The Sacred Search ebook is available for just .79 cents!
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Gary Thomas Jan 6
What do you do when Sacred Marriage, or any marriage advice for that matter, doesn't "work?" Maybe you should wonder if you were asking the right question in the first place...
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Gary Thomas Jan 5
I agree with every word of this. Even the commas
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Joy Clarkson Jan 4
You don’t have to have an opinion on every passing thing. In fact, your opinions are probably the least important part about you. Who do you love? Where do you spend your time, effort, money? What are your convictions? Who do you protect in real time? These will define your life.
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Gary Thomas Jan 4
Digital Copy only .99 cents until Jan 8: Lifelong Love: How to Have Lasting Intimacy, Friendship, and Purpose in Your Marriage - Kindle edition by Gary Thomas. Religion & Spirituality Kindle eBooks @ .
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Gary Thomas Jan 4
The most abundant marriage begins when we realize God never asks us to change our spouse; he asks us to love them. Here's what that means:
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Gary Thomas Jan 4
Such is the certainty of biblical hope that the promise of God without possession is far more valuable than owning the entire world without having God’s promise.
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Gary Thomas Jan 3
“A marriage is not a joining of two worlds, but an abandoning of two worlds in order that one new one might be formed.” Mike Mason
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Gary Thomas Jan 3
What if you've read all the marriage books and heard challenging truths at marriage conferences but the advice hasn't "worked?" Is there another strategy to try, or does the question itself suggest we're looking at marriage from a skewed lens?
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Gary Thomas Jan 3
Erasmus wrote in a letter that many of the very same things spoken of as heresy when Luther wrote them were accepted when Augustine wrote them. How much theology and political opinion today is based on WHO is saying it rather than WHAT is being said?
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