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This scene from August Rush illustrates the importance of playing with our kids. The man and boy have no idea they are father and son, but have been searching for one another. You can see their connection and what their time playing together accomplishes. Playing with . . .Read more
It started out as a great adventure. My son Mark, Jr., my brother Bill, and friend Bo were having fun, exploring new places and on the trail to our hunting destination. And then we hit a soft spot. And before we knew it, our wheels we spinning but we were going nowhere. So Bo pressed on the gas pedal but that just sunk us deeper into the mud. We were bogged down, stuck in a rut, in the woods in South Carolina.
We found some pieces of wood to slip under the tires, something to give us some traction again. But it turned out that even that wasn't enough. So, Bill, Mark, Jr. and I teamed up to push the truck out of that rut.
The experience got me thinking about how easy it is to get stuck in a rut in marriage. We’re driving along in our relationship and find ourselves living in a soft, muddy spot that we just can’t get out of…a place where we are just spinning our relational wheels but really not making any progress or going anywhere.
Here's what I learned about getting unstuck from marriage rut.
We are at the time of year where the NFL season is coming to an end. The conversation around this time tends to be focused on which NFL coaches are on the hot seat. Everyone speculates on who’s job is in jeopardy. Being a professional coach is an intense job. Worki
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