It has been an exciting week for the Dugan Family! I started a new job, Fall baseball started for Jacob, the Nutcracker cast list was posted, and I spoke at a Bible Club for middle school students. We also share how we carve out alone time during the workweek to stay connected, and why divorce is not an option for us in our marriage.
Liv’s question to me: How did your first week at work go?
My question to Liv: Dr. Corey Allen from SimpleMarriage wrote a blog post called “Why You Should Never Say the ‘D-Word’ in Your Marriage” talking about treating divorce like it were a vulgar word. (Actually, that post was written by Sean.) How would you say that principle, of leaving divorce out as an option in our marriage, has impacted our own marriage?
Our question to you: Do you struggle to stay connected with your spouse or family on a daily basis? What do you wish you were able to do with your family that you aren’t able to do right now?
Strength Revisited, a free eBook download based on my TEDxCorpusChristi Talk about how we define strength in manhood.
Buy tickets for Corpus Christi Ballet’s Nutcracker or be a sponsor
You can buy tickets from us! Send me an email if you’re interested in either tickets for a show or to sponsor the program with your business, and I’ll pass it along to Olivia who has all the details and forms to get you squared away. Showtimes in December are as follows:
December 13, 2014, 7:30pm; Family Night (no orchestra) Price Map
December 14, 2014, 3:00pm; Family Night (no orchestra) Price Map
December 20, 2014, 7:30pm; with live Orchestra Price Map
December 21, 2014, 3:00pm; with live Orchestra Price Map
Kahn Academy is a great resource for parents and students.
I gave a talk with a middle school Bible Club called “Finding Heaven While Unleashing Hell” that shared my testimony and Olivia’s impact of praying for me every day I was deployed. Let’s start the conversation about your upcoming event, or presentation/workshop needs. Speaker Interest Form.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. #DVAM Support your local battered women’s shelter, and make a commitment to promote healthy relationships, especially healthy marriage and family relationships. National Domestic Violence Hotline can help you find an organization near you. www.thehotline.org 1-800-799-7233 | 1-800-787-3224 (TTY)