This is a blog about how to encourage in marriage. Lori Ferguson writes most of these blog posts.
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About Encourage Your Spouse
Why am I thinking, researching, blogging, writing and reading about encouragement?
My interest started over 10 years ago. I was reading some books on personal mission statements and decided to follow the exercises.
The end realization was that my greatest joy in life has been (and continues to be) giving encouragement. Being positive. A smile, a word, a card, an new concept offerred as a suggestion to a problem, a hug, a pat on the back, a celebration – they’ve all been things I’ve felt compelled to do.
From that first exercise to create a personal mission statement came the 5 actions. Hope, faith, love, prayer and action. That’s where my interest in encouragement began – encouraging those I love.
My interest grew into a passion when I realized husbands and wives with encouraging spouses had a greater sense of peace and purpose in their marriage. Robert is my greatest encourager. And I try to be his. I’ve found so many other spouses who also encourage each other – researching and hearing their stories has been very rewarding.
Did you know there are over 100 synonyms for ‘encourage’?
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