It is a curious location. The woods are just a few feet behind our cottage. Our feathered friend wove many woodland materials into the home she has built for her babies. Some debris fell from her construction site and is lying on the ground beneath her nest. I haven’t cleaned it up. I don’t want to disturb her.
A Christian Marriage is a kind of construction site. Husband and wife each work to build a relationship that will protect and nurture their love and unity. In the discussion questions for Chapter 6 of my book Beginning Again, I ask what weaknesses and strengths were brought to the construction site of my marriage. I ask how a marriage can be constructed to withstand the stresses that assault it. I question how weaving Jesus into a marriage can make it strong.