Author Archive | Sharon Jaynes

One Thing Your Man Really Wants

If you’re one of my many single friends, and you really don’t like when I blog about marriage, let me encourage you. These blogs are only for a season. Believe me, I remember the days when I loathed Valentine’s Day. I couldn’t wait for the red and pink to disappear. If the marriage blogs stir […]

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Reigniting Passion in Your Marriage

I’m writing over at Proverbs 31 Ministries today. Here’s what I had to say… What do you do when you’ve lost that lovin’ feelin’ in your marriage? Maybe you truly adored your husband in the beginning, but now you can’t remember why. Maybe you honestly admired his finer qualities, but now you can’t remember what […]

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The Best Gift You Can Give

With Christmas just around the corner. it is easy to get so busy with the cooking, decorating and shopping that we forget why we’re doing all this in the first place. Sometimes, the very people we love get lost in the hustle and bustle of packed schedules, holiday parties, and Christmas musicals. This Christmas, let’s […]

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When You Don’t Want to Go Back to the Way You Were

I just got my braces off…again. I have had braces on my upper teeth three times. Count them. One. Two. Three. As the orthodontist explained, “Teeth have a memory. They always want to go back to the way they were.” As soon as he said those words, I felt convicted. I have a tendency to […]

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The Problem with Itchy Ears

I am sitting at my computer this morning stunned. A little bit numb. Last night I had dinner with a group of my best friends. The topic of some very successful, very influential, young Christian bloggers/authors came up. One who has left her husband and entered into a relationship that runs contradictory to God’s Word. Several […]

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When You Don’t Like the Story God is Writing

I often think of my life like a story God is writing…and so is yours. And to be honest, some parts of the story I don’t really like. If it were up to me, I would have written some of it differently. My second child would not have died, and I would have a daughter […]

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