Napkin Conference Special!

Remember that if you register for Napkin Conference before August 1st, the cost is only $178. $71 OFF! The normal registration cost is $249.

Joining me for the conference will be Hillsong’s David Wakerley, Jim Wideman, K!’s Ryan Frank, Wacky World’s Bruce Barry and more!

Remember, this includes brainstorming with some of the greatest children’s leaders in the world, a Las Vegas show, incredible leadership principles, networking with hundred’s of other children’s leaders and passing along ideas that can change the way you minister.


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  1. How can I deal with my husband’s addiction to online flirting

    i am just 51, I work full time and continues to be married for 30 years, With two developed children one of them still living at home. The past ten years have been complex as my husband had to work 80 miles away, Living two lives as he splits the week between job location and home.

    three years ago, through 50, He had a vintage midlife crisis (His speech): New ‘boy band’ hairdo, Jive training lessons ( possessing me), coming to the gym, Trendy dress wear, A second mobile and online dating service.

    I was so afraid I did all I could to cling on, As I know he was close to leaving once and for all. I dropped a few pounds, Paid consciousness, went with him more, applied silk nighties.

    following, by using 2008, I was diagnosed with breast cancer and my world was rocked differently 12 months of surgery, chemo, Radiotherapy and hair fall. He appeared support, But certainly was all a lie.

    I discovered more online dating sites and confronted him. He was remorseful and said hello was ‘an escape, A fantasy’ to help him cope with his job, My illness and stuff like that.

    I was too poorly, Too influenced by him to challenge this and chose to believe him.

    some 18 months on, i’ve found him online dating again. I’m emotionally vulnerable. He’s undermined our marriage once more, But denies this is infidelity as he’s ‘just looking’ and doesn’t consider most things!

    I disagree as I’ve read numerous exchanges he says he’s not married, Then if they get to a ‘let’s meet’ point he doesn’t go. Or so he tells.

    I’ve lost all trust and should not tell truth from lies. just as before he says he’s sorry/depressed/addicted/escaping. I’m really quite hurt, But feel stronger now, Both mentally and physically not afraid to say what I think and no longer desperate to appease him or indulge his excuses.

    He’s terrified I will tell our youngsters what he’s doing (failure, maybe) And in his support, He is trying for example, He booked us a great holiday, Suggested joint guidance, Admitted it’s an obsession, And likely cut his hours so he can be home nearly all week.

    I suppose my real question is is this enough? I know he’s found my surgery scarring difficult to understand, But surely there’s more alive than great boobs?

    I cope with these body issues every day and my husband’s clear rejection of me is very difficult to take. I always thought we’d love some other whatever life threw at us.

    I wish there was a way of making her realise what he is doing is wrong he needs a jolt into reality instead of living a fantasy. Do I eliminate him again?BEL expresses:

    Although I believe that the ability for forgiveness is all but endless, It is still a fight to reach the end of your letter and say: ‘Yes, Val, Believe him again, Bowing top of your head once more so he can heap dirt on it.’

    The ‘jolt into reality’ will come if you packed a suitcase for him and left it on the step. Or cut up those trendy clothes with some dressmaking shears. Or use your identical tool to cut the plug off his computer. (yes, And I can think of some other use, But we won’t go there.) why is me really angry is the way he is making you feel about your body.

    You endured breast cancers, Had surgery and all the painful consideration, And now have the added punishment of with the knowledge that he finds your scars ‘difficult to come to terms with’. Oh god, Forget packing the baggage put the lot on a bonfire. Let him walk naked and see how ideal women find his ageing body!

    experimenting online is a serious form of infidelity, And cannot be argued away because no sex arises

    Yet it may not be so easy, has it been? You sound pleased that he is at least

    Trying very late in the day to work on himself and help save the marriage. You also make the vital point that you no longer feel so much his victim as before. You have grown a stronger woman, Perhaps through the very fact that you’ve had to deal with a series of painful shocks

    The first came when you discovered he was playing around online all decked out in his youthful hairstyle and kit. The second when you were revealed.

    The third in the event, Despite all that you were dealing with, He could not keep away from the online dating services.

    and so, Fourth, He is back to his old ways and you are forced to accept the ending of your dream that together you would face up to whatever problems life threw at you. At this point the question is not just whether or not you forgive him again, But also whether he can start to forgive himself.

    The man is terrified to be able to old and so he is acting the fool like so many before him. But nothing he does no clothes he buys or ladies he flirts with internet will halt the ageing process.

    additional, experimenting online is a serious form of infidelity, And cannot be argued away because no sex comes about. First, He must accept both those clumsy truths.

    If he does think he has become addicted to web sites then he should seek counselling for himself, As well as couple therapy with you.

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