The Barbara Rainey Podcast: Weathering the Storms in Our Marriage

By Barbara Rainey | September 22, 2022 | 0 Comments

Weathering a storm in your marriage is never easy, but unfortunately something we all go through, eventually. It doesn’t typically take very long after the “I do’s” for the “worse” in “for better or for worse” to be tested. But I will say, I’ve heard from many people who have been through suffering—whether it’s shallow, […]

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The Barbara Rainey Podcast: Questions in the Empty Nest

By Barbara Rainey | September 8, 2022 | 0 Comments

For many of you, school has probably started in the last few weeks. Some of you may be really happy to have seen your kiddos off to school, but some of you may have recently sent your only or youngest child off to school or to the workforce and this may be a new season […]

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The Barbara Rainey Podcast: Dennis & Barbara Rainey’s Courtship and Engagement

By Barbara Rainey | August 25, 2022 | 0 Comments

Do you remember the moment you and your spouse moved from friends to “more than that”? For me, I didn’t think I was ready to move past the friends stage because I didn’t want to ruin the great friendship that Dennis and I had. When you ask Dennis… he was ready to move to the […]

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The Barbara Rainey Podcast: Lessons From 50 Years of Marriage

By Barbara Rainey | August 11, 2022 | 0 Comments

It’s hard to believe we are nearing the middle of August, and around here schools are starting back in the next week or so. When our kids started back to school, that always increased the busyness of our family, and when the busyness of our family increased, time for Dennis and me to focus on […]

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The Barbara Rainey Podcast: Growing Together in Truth

By Barbara Rainey | July 7, 2022 | 1 Comment

 It’s hard to believe summer is nearly halfway over! At least…for those of us in Arkansas, and probably the majority of the South. Dennis and I loved to use the summer as a time to teach our kids foundational biblical truths that were sometimes hard to teach during a busy school year. A question […]

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