Category Archives: Marriage

Playing Catch Up

Like I said in the new welcome message, it has been so long since I have written anything, but I think the best way to tackle all the new stuff is to start from today and then look back.

Currently, Jess and I are living together in Columbus with our rescue dog, Moka.

Moka watching me work

Moka watching me work

She is working on finishing up her 4th year of medical school and I working on finishing my Master’s of Public Health. (Currently procrastinating by writing this!) Outside of moving and both of us getting new cars, not a whole lot has changed yet…

The biggest change is actually just about to occur with Jess being 8 months pregnant!

Knowing that I will soon be a father has been a source of a lot of introspection and anxiety. I have been reading books and watching videos and praying for guidance. I hope that all of that reading and thinking will be a constant source of material to keep this place updated on my walk with Christ and my relationship with my daughter and wife.

I have a lot more thoughts on the back burner to write about, but I need to get working on some papers before the end of the semester so I hope this holds you over for a little while!

This is the best article I’ve read all week. I encourage you to read it as well.

“Friendship.

Support.

Sexuality.

Family.

Recreation.

That’s why you get married. That’s why God created marriage.

Here’s the problem—that’s not why most people get married.

At least, that’s not why I got married. I got married to be happy…”

The Promise you Can’t Keep in Marriage