It's that time again ...
Here is a list of bloggers that I think are award worthy (there are actually more truly great blogs, but I had to keep the numbers down so I don't lose my "short and sweet" reputation). Some blogs are new, some old, all write great material that will challenge you to grow your marriage.
Three cheers for the Three Musketeers of Sexuality! These gals routinely turn out good material on marriage and sexuality. Their ability to talk about tough subjects amazes and blesses me. And they make me laugh ... a lot.
I'm delighted to see a growing number of Blogging Couples.
Brad & Kate of One Flesh Marriage consistently write solid material.
Robert & Lori of Ferguson Values, Encourage Your Spouse and Leadership Couples are so upbeat and encouraging!
Clint & Alecia of Marriage Life reach out to those struggling with infidelity, but their blog covers so much more.
Stu & Lisa of Stupendous Marriage are actually a "podcast couple" that I admire for their excellence.
Justin & Megan of Do Not Disturb are good communicators. I like how they walk you through their thought processes in a simple understandable way.
Tom & Debi of The Romantic Vineyard continue to offer encouragement with grace and beauty (so nice to see Tom posting more often).
More Marriage Goodies
Scott of Journey to Surrender teaches with a strong emphasis on the Word. Good stuff.
Edward of Elevate Your Marriage always challenges me to think, grow and become a better spouse.
Erin of Mystery 32 has a very sweet and caring spirit. I always feel like I'm sitting at her kitchen table when I read her blog.
Sexiest Male Blogger
Yep, that would be my sweetie, The Generous Husband. He keeps popping up on my list because I really, really like him and because he turns out some great posts on marriage. His blog is geared to a male audience, but much of what he writes is good for gals too.
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