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Archive for October 2016

Elliot and Jackie’s love story

Real couples really do use NFP, and we asked them to tell us their NFP story. We will be sharing them here on the blog — the good parts and the struggles. Each of these couples is writing their own love story, and have chosen to do so by following God’s plan for marriage. Here…

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CCL releases new marriage prep book: Your Love Story

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 28, 2016 Media Contact: Ann Gundlach, Director of Communications agundlach@ccli.org 1-800-745-8252 Ext. 1033   New book helps engaged couples write their love story in line with God’s plan CCL releases low-cost/high-impact complement to any marriage preparation program   CINCINNATI, OHIO — It took many years and several missteps before William and…

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Collin and JoAnna’s love story

Real couples really do use NFP, and we asked them to tell us their NFP story. We will be sharing them here on the blog — the good parts and the struggles. Each of these couples is writing their own love story, and have chosen to do so by following God’s plan for marriage. Here…

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Jacob and Melanie’s love story

  Real couples really do use NFP, and we asked them to tell us their NFP story. We will be sharing them here on the blog — the good parts and the struggles. Each of these couples is writing their own love story, and have chosen to do so by following God’s plan for marriage.…

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Study links the pill to depression

If your social media feeds are anything like ours, you may have seen a new study about the pill and depression being posted multiple times yesterday. Understandably so, because it is a pretty big deal since it reveals a true link between the pill and depression in women. Add another side effect to hormonal contraceptives…

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Nature cycles for a reason, so does your body

The Autumn Equinox has come and gone and fall is upon us! September 22 at 10:21 a.m. was the official beginning of fall in the Northern Hemisphere, and a day in which we received a split even amount of daytime and nighttime, 12 hours each. National Geographic tells us that this even split in the day is linked to…

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