Martha, a loving and gentle wife, walked into the living room where her husband, Orville, sat reading the newspaper in his recliner. “Honey,” she said, “I’ve noticed you haven’t been…
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Hunting With the Mother-in-Law
John, an avid outdoorsman and hunter, eventually got the opportunity of a lifetime: a big game hunting safari in Africa. His wife had just one simple request. She wanted to go along…and take her mother.
It’d be a trip John would not soon forget.
The Real Mother-In-Law
During a hectic day in the court of King Solomon, two middle-aged women came rushing into the throne room demanding the king’s attention. In their clutches was a handsome young man wearing a nice suit.
The first woman said, “Your Highness, this young CPA agreed to marry my daughter!”
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We’re Divorced…Let’s Party!
Two people who’ve professed love for each other? Check. Family and friends? Check and check. Cake, drinks, and gifts? Check, check, check. Sounds like a wedding reception doesn’t it?
Nope. It’s a divorce party.
The Walk of Commitment
Friends and family had gathered. The wedding party was standing in their respective places. Everyone was waiting on the bride to come walking down the aisle.
But standing was a difficult task for this young bride – let alone walking.
Hank was distraught. His wife had gone shopping the day before and hadn’t returned. The only thing he could think to do was report the situation to the sheriff’s department. When he walked into the headquarters, he was directed to Deputy Jones. “Hey, bro, my wife has gone missing. Can you help?”
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Married Woman Looking for Lovers
Robin Rinaldi wanted kids. Her husband, Scott, did not. The impasse in their 18-year-old marriage led to an interesting “solution.” They would trade monogamy for an “open” relationship in order to save it.
What could possibly go wrong?
Designer dress? Check. Yacht for reception? Check. Celebrity DJ? Check.
Once upon a time, all you needed to get married was friends, family, food, and flowers. These days, the only thing determining a wedding’s extravagance is the credit card limit.
But what sort of impact are these costly weddings having on the actual marriages?
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Where did you meet your spouse? (Fellas, I apologize if I put you on the spot.) Did you meet her at college? Did you find him at church? Elevator? Job interview? Married couples have met in some unique places over the years.
But no one has ever met their spouse in a stranger place than William Tippins.
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It All Started With A Shoebox
Just before Christmas in 2000, a 7-year-old boy named Tyrel Wolfe stuffed a humble shoebox with simple gifts, along with a picture of himself dressed like a cowboy, and mailed it overseas in the hopes it would bless a child in need.
Though he didn’t know it, the boy would one day receive a much greater blessing from the recipient.