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 Bookend Recipe: When Differences No Longer Seem Cute

By Barbara Rainey | September 19, 2022 | 0 Comments

My favorite book I’ve ever written is Letters to My Daughters. I still love it because it’s a truly beautiful book with art and calligraphy throughout the interior. I also love it because it’s a summary of all the lessons I’ve learned in the married years of my life; therefore it’s the essence of who […]

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We Serve an Amazing God

By Barbara Rainey | September 7, 2022 | 3 Comments

All the kids have gone home, the cake is eaten, and King Farm is now empty … except for the two of us who stayed to finish the cleanup and to rest. But what a weekend it was when all our family gathered together to celebrate the 50 years that Dennis and I have been […]

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50 Lessons from 50 Years of Marriage (Part 4): Committing Our Relationship to God

By Dennis and Barbara Rainey | August 29, 2022 | 1 Comment

This year, with our 50th anniversary approaching, we decided to write down the story of how God brought us together. As we reminisced about those days, we remembered His unmistakable leading. And that conviction gave us a solid footing as we began our marriage. We’ve always known that God put us together, and therefore we’ve […]

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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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