Unresolved conflicts in marriage are not like car crashes. Obviously, right? What I mean is that in a car crash
Plan a Day Trip If you haven’t had the time for a vacation lately, take the next best thing… a day trip! Escaping to a nearby city, or for an excursion is the perfect way to spend one-on-one time with your partner. To start planning you’ll need to do the following:
Decide where you want to go Ideas include:
Decide what day you want to go
Once the day is decided, see if there are any special events or fairs taking place anywhere within 100 miles. You might find something of interest.
Determine how long your trip will be.
Will it be a half-day, full day or even extended? The length of your day trip will help you determine what type of food plans, transportation and entertainment plans you’ll need to make.
Figure out what additional items you’ll need to bring.
Wherever you go you should always bring: a map, extra non-perishable food, sunscreen, blankets, additional clothes and a camera for catching those memorable moments! If you decide to have a picnic lunch or dinner, you’ll need to bring picnic items. If the place you’re going to will be cold, bring a blanket and warm clothing. If you’re going to the beach, bring towels and additional clothing.
Have you answered Jesus’ question, Who do you think I am?
Then Jesus asked, Who do you say I am? Peter replied, You are the Messiah. Mark
Jesus asked the disciples who others thought he was; then he focused on them:
Who do you think I am? It is not enough to know what others say about Jesus;
you must know, understand, and accept for yourself that he is the Messiah. You
must move from curiosity to commitment, from admiration to adoration.
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