The best way to describe it is to say that Spouse and I are in love. And my hope is that those I pastor are doing likewise. The motto of our church is "Loving God, Loving People - Connecting the Two." Our adult self, on the other hand, is the reasonable, logical, calm and collected part of us. Negativity breeds more negativity, and our words could destroy God’s work in someone else’s life at that church! For the better I’ve shared them with my husband but he doesn’t support me. And that’s okay. So when my husband wouldn’t talk to me for a week I thought I would lose my mind. Question: "What should be done if a husband and wife disagree on tithing / how much to give?" “I told my pastor to go visit my cousin and he never did.” Please hear me clearly. We don’t fight about it or think less of the other person because of it. About 2 years ago God started giving me dreams. Being a deacon is a calling from the Lord. Let me give you an example: In our house, we disagree over Harry Potter. Supporting my pastor in the ways mentioned are just some of the things that I can do as a deacon to contribute to our church's mission. I refuse to watch it myself, while my husband sees no problem with it. If you insist that your pastor agree with you on every little thing under the sun, you are going to either hop from church to church for the rest of your life in perpetual disappointment or you will eventually give up and drop out altogether. I’m growing. I noticed that my husband had “liked” every single one of … Church members should expect some level of ministry and concern. I thought the church leaders would stop him, but they are going right along with his plan. We disagree. Now I could go into why he stopped talking to me, but it’s beside the point. A few days ago I clicked on one of his Instagram followers and saw a beautiful women who had a bunch of lingerie pictures posted. I keep telling them that I think I should start a non-profit to help the needy. Answer: When a husband and wife disagree on "tithing" or on how much to give to the local church and other ministries, strife can result. It's everything we've consciously cultivated over the years to operate more effectively in the world. You pay your dues and you are entitled to certain benefits. I do not want this sudden or gradual change in my husband’s belief to divide our family, but I am terribly upset and disappointed. He doesn’t force me to watch it, and I … We've lived a lifetime of building a good marriage. My husband and I disagree on how to support our non-binary child Dear Roe: ‘She has started to ask for us to call her by a boy’s name’ Sun, Nov 8, 2020, 06:00 Question: The pastor at my church is making policy changes at the church that I don’t think he can support biblically. We have a 6 year old son. I’m asking questions. But, for a myriad of reasons beyond the scope of this one blogpost, we have turned church membership into country club membership. My life is so busy and crazy. Our son is 13 and he have been raised Baptist. A few families have left the church, and I worry that this might lead to a church split. My husband and I have been together over 20 years, married for 16. First, it is important to understand that Christians under the New Covenant are under no obligation to tithe 10% of their income. I want to serve my Lord and help our church to be a vibrant, growing, Spirit-filled church. We are crazy about each other. About how I should change my life. I even told my husband that I would have never married a man who was not “God Fearing.” Today is our 15th year anniversary and I feel very sad and confused.