Christian Life, Married Life, Theology

Obedience to God Shouldn’t Come From Obligation, but from Love

Zach and I have been married two and a half years now. We now know that there are some things that each of us do that drive the other crazy. Here’s a short list:   Things That Drive Ashleigh Crazy: When Zach leaves the kitchen cabinets open. If Zach forgets to put things away (particularly forgets to put things back …

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Christian Life, Married Life, Sex, Single Life

Redefining Purity: It’s Not Just For Singles

Let’s be clear here: purity is not only for single people. Despite that fact, if you looked a Christian books, sermons, and other resources that talk about purity, the vast majority of them would be geared towards singles. A good chunk of them would probably be geared towards the youth group/college age crowd.   When we see purity as simply …

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Married Life, Single Life, Theology

Marriage Is Temporary

Every Disney princess movie pretty much ends the same way: said princess and her prince charming ride off into the sunset. From this, we assume that all their problems were permanently solved and they stay married forever. You don’t really think about how their life progresses or how it ends. Married Life Is Still Unpredictable The truth is that life …

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Christian Life, Married Life, Sex, Single Life, Theology

Why Does God Care Who You Sleep With?

A Theology of Sex, Part 1 As Christians, we often have a stigma attached to us: we’re too uptight about sex. The world has moved on to a place where the old constraints no longer matter, with few exceptions (people generally are still against bestiality, incest, and pedophilia).Yet Christians, or at least the conservative, old school ones, still argue against …

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Single Life

10 Things You Should Ask Yourself Before You Date (or Marry) Someone, Part 1

One of my least favorite sayings in the world is “follow your heart.” Let’s be real, your heart can send you in some very stupid directions. While there are few experiences quite as overwhelming, awesome, and irrational as falling in love, this experience can also blind us to some big problems. I know this from experience, people! This is a …

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