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About: Kris Wolfe


    Kris WolfeKris Wolfe is a Christian, wife and mother. Kris is a freelance writer who focuses on spiritual and practical encouragement. Kris also writes lessons for small group purposes for churches.  While attending Luther Rice University and Seminary pursuing a master’s degree in Biblical Counseling, she also assists her husband as the Marketing Director for B.A. Wolfe Powersports.

    Kris covers topics such as dating, marriage, parenting, divorce, post-divorce recovery, and the blended family.

    Read more from Kris Wolfe at MorningGloryDevo.com or follow on Twitter @MrsKrisWolfe

    Web Site: http://www.morningglorydevo.com/
    Email: kristyannawolfe@gmail.com



Kris Wolfe's Articles:

    The Secret of Being Content (When Life is Skunky)

     

    Kris WolfeClarksville, TN – Work. Work. Work. Study. Complain. Work. Worry. Clean. Write. Crumble. Cry. Work. This has been my existence.

    My dogs were skunked last night. Not a little: like warfare of liquid fire raining upon our home. More good news: one of my dogs is nursing nine one-week-old pups. Now I am picturing nine helpless, blind little puppies withering away from the toxicity of rancid stench upon the bosom of their mother.

    My thoughts (and the words I spoke aloud to my husband): “I feel like Job.” Life has been so difficult for so long, and the hits just keep coming. «Read the rest of this article»

     

    The Unlovable Wife / The Unrespectable Husband

     

    Kris WolfeClarksville, TN – When I say life is hard sometimes it’s so you will know that nobody’s life is perfect and so that you will pray for me as (perhaps) I have prayed for you (maybe without even mentioning it to you).

    But I don’t deny that I am blessed. Here are a few things I am thankful for right now: My 13 year old for taking up for his brother this week, my 10 year old for being intentional about reading the Bible (he decided to study Mark this week), the time and money to workout (my reprieve!), and my husband who loves me when I am mean, critical and (feeling) unlovable.

    Tough weekend. Life is hard sometimes «Read the rest of this article»

     

    Dear Adam: An Open Letter to the First Man

     

    Kris WolfeDear Adam,

    I can’t imagine what it is like to be a guy! What a load of responsibility (Genesis 3.17-19)! But I’m not going to lie, I feel like you could’ve done so much better. There’s a time to be laid-back and there’s a time to take action. That was an action time. You were supposed to co-rule with Eve, not give into sin.

    I wish you would have been the voice of reason. Instead, you blamed her for your part in the sin, but that was a part of the curse that began with the sin (Genesis 3.12).

    Letter to Adam, by Kris Wolfe

    Letter to Adam, by Kris Wolfe

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    Dear Eve: An Open Letter to God’s “First Lady”

     

    Kris WolfeDear Eve,

    Oh how I envy the little piece of paradise you experienced for a short time! I wish I could have felt what it’s like to just be with my husband, never worrying, wanting, or feeling insecure (Genesis 2.23-25)

    It sounds like we both suffer from an overly trusting nature, unfortunately sometimes falling to crafty foes (Genesis 3.1). The problem is that we both have trusted the enemy instead of simply trusting in God (Genesis 3.6).

    Letter to Eve, by Kris Wolfe

    Letter to Eve, by Kris Wolfe

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    Why Your Christianity is Not Someone Else’s “Problem”

     

    Kris WolfeClarksville, TN – When I was a social worker years ago, I was very eager to help people. I would see them struggling to pay bills, or to have gas money to get around. I hated watching people struggle to make ends meet. It kept me up some nights.

    My primary role was to help them (usually young single mothers) with parenting skills and to teach them prenatal, infant and child development. Another part of my job was to help them with their budgeting. «Read the rest of this article»

     

    7 Ways We Love to Be Loved

     

    Kris WolfeClarksville, TN – With Valentine’s Day approaching, you might be wondering what to give to the love of your life.

    Flowers are great; chocolate is better; and diamonds…well, they speak for themselves. But what is even more important than proving to the world that all is good in your marriage by outward public displays, is the day-to-day ways you love your other half.

    Valentine's Day «Read the rest of this article»

     

    For All of You NOT Watching the Super Bowl Today

     

    Kris WolfeClarksville, TN – Reconsider.

    I get it. You don’t like football. You don’t like sports at all maybe.

    You’ve got some classic movie marathon planned, or a Lifetime marathon in mind. You want something that is real life, not some silly game where men get paid way too much to throw a ball around, right?

    NFL Super Bowl XLVIII «Read the rest of this article»

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    Life is Hard! Getting Through this Difficult Season

     

    Kris WolfeClarksville, TN - This has been a very difficult week for many of my dear friends. The overwhelming consensus? LIFE IS HARD.

    So I want to offer encouragement to you friends. Life is hard, but this season will not last forever! God has big plans for you! Remain steadfast, and seek Him daily! He is always there for us!

    Sunrise

    Sunrise

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    The Unspoken Prayer – The Unheard Prayer

     

    Kris WolfeClarksville, TN – “Can you guys pray for something that I am personally going through and trying to cope with? I’m sorry I can’t tell you…but it would mean the world if you guys would pray for me.”

    The Unspoken Prayer Request–It is the most ominous of prayer requests. Even as it follows many heavy-hearted spoken requests in the room, the unspoken request stops everyone in their tracks. «Read the rest of this article»

     

    The Greatest Gift You Can Give Your Spouse

     

    Kris WolfeClarksville, TN – Trust: it’s the cornerstone of a good marriage. Trust broken is not easily repaired. But sometimes, even with no real reason to be distrustful, we are suspicious and insecure.

    Distrust in a relationship breeds frustration, anger, sorrow, and sometimes it even contributes to the justification of the behaviors you are trying to avoid. Trust is vital. «Read the rest of this article»

     


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