Contributed by Andrew Chan on Apr 23, 2002
According to Stuart Briscoe: “The Industrial Revolution of the mid-19th century made it possible for many women to stay home while their husbands became the sole
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Jun 11, 2002
The boss was complaining in our staff meeting the other day that he wasn’t getting any respect.
Later that morning he went to a local card and novelty shop and bought a small sign that read, "I’m the Boss." He then taped it to his office door.
Later that day when he returned
Contributed by Rick Davis on Jun 11, 2003
1. Marriage made in Heaven — So is thunder in lightening!!
2. Love is a dream — Marriage is an alarm clock
3. A honeymoon is a Short Pause - between - I Do and You Better
4. Lady went to get a divorce—
Lawyer: “Do you have ground?”
Lady: “About 2
Contributed by Pat Cook on Jun 28, 2003
The speaker at our women’s club was lecturing on marriage and asked the audience how many of us wanted to “mother” our husbands. One member in the back row raised her hand.
“You do want to ‘mother’ your husband?” the
Contributed by Pat Cook on Jun 28, 2003
Once when Mark Twain was lecturing in Utah, a Mormon acquaintance argued with him on the subject of polygamy. After a long and rather heated debate, the Mormon finally said, “Can you find for me a single passage of Scripture which
Contributed by Aaron Burgess on Oct 14, 2003
A little boy was in a relative’s wedding. As he was coming down the aisle he would take two steps, stop, and turn to the crowd (alternating between bride’s side and groom’s side). While facing the crowd, he would put his hands up like claws and growl. So it went, step, step, GROWL, step, step,
Contributed by Aldy Duque on Nov 13, 2003
A man looked up from his hospital bed and said to his wife, “You’ve always been with me when I have had trouble. When I lost my shirt in a poor investment, you were there. When I had the car accident, you were with me. When I got fired, you were there. I realized that in all these
Contributed by Mike Dubose on Mar 3, 2002
Three men were out fishing one day & caught a mermaid. The mermaid said she would grant them each a wish if they would let her go.
So the 1st man said, “make me twice as smart as I already am." The mermaid said, your wish is granted & immediately the man started quoting Shakespeare & had this
Contributed by Guy Mcgraw on Mar 18, 2002
Panel of Women debated on what they thought was a perfect man, a guy who was ‘with it’. You would have thought they would have decided upon some actor or athlete even a wealthy tycoon. They decided that the perfect man was MR POTATO HEAD. 4 Reasons: ‘He’s tan, he’s cute, he
Contributed by Brendon Bridges on Mar 30, 2002
A bride was very nervous. It was right before the service. She wasn’t sure she could even walk down aisle. Her mother gave her some words of calming wisdom. She said to her. “Honey, there’s only three things you need to focus on. If you focus on these three things, you’ll be fine. The first is
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Apr 3, 2002
"Treasuring is an attitude we carry in our hearts, a conviction we hold deep down inside. It’s one big decision that plays itself out in 10,000 little decisions every day of our lives. This one giant choice to treasure your husband lights up a
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Dec 16, 2003
A priest asked a little boy if he knew what "matrimony" meant. The little boy replied, Sure! It is a place between
Contributed by Timothy Henning on Dec 29, 2003
A couple of kids were in their attic reading old letters their parents had written years ago. The boy said to the girl: "These
Contributed by Brian Bolton on Nov 14, 2005
The pastor was visiting the fourth-grade Sunday School class to talk about marriage as part of the lesson. He asked the class, "What does God say about marriage?" Immediately one boy
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Dec 8, 2005
A recent survey on marital violence reports that approximately one in every seven American couples has used some form of physical abuse during an argument within the past year.
Contributed by Lee Johnson on Dec 9, 2005
Have you read the book, Blink? In this book Malcolm Gladwell shows us how we have this innate power to come to quality revelations or conclusions in the blink of an eye. It’s called the “theory of thin slicing.” As if you could cut a pie with a thickness of one millimeter, and you could predict
Contributed by Michael Dascoli on Dec 14, 2005
An extremely proud young man walked into a restaurant looking for his friend. Immediately he noticed two beautiful young ladies near the door who appeared to be checking him out. Just then they both looked at each other and at the same time said, “NINE”! and began to giggle.
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Dec 15, 2005
Married couples have nothing more to say to each other after 8 years, according to a study. Professor Hans Jurgens asked 5000 German husbands and wives how often they talked to each other. After 2 years of marriage, most of them managed two or three minutes of chat over breakfast, more than 20
Some folk have some starnge ideas about marraigeTake Elizabeth Taylor – who after seven marriages and five divorces - said this:
“I think it’s fairly obvious why I was married. As strange as it may sound, I am a very moral woman. I was taught by my parents that if you fall in love, if you want
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Dec 21, 2005
In Charles Swindoll’s new book, The Quest for Character (Multnomah), “sociologist and historian Carle Zimmerman, in his 1947 book Family and Civilization, recorded his keen observations as he compared the disintegration of various cultures with the parallel decline of family life in those cultures.