Perry Noble

Christian Post Guest Columnist

Seven Ways to Destroy Your Marriage

Refuse to Listen: Interrupting my spouse during conflict to immediately correct them and then trying my best to make a stronger point always helps tear a relationship to pieces!

Seven Ways You Can Make Your Marriage AWESOME!

Stop asking God to fix your spouse and ask Him to fix you. No one in any marriage is perfect…and when we stop pointing out all of our spouses perceived inadequacies it really does make us a much better person to be around.

My Wife Had a Bad Experience at Chick-fil-A!

I love Chick-Fil-A! The food is ALWAYS good, they get the order right nearly every time and their customer service is second to none. So, imagine my surprise when my wife came home the other day and she told me about a bad experience she had at Chick-Fil-A

Who ARE The People I Should Listen To (8 Qualities To Look For!)

If you are in leadership (and especially if you are in church leadership) then you have probably discovered the reality that God loves you…and everyone else has an incredible plan for your life! However, in today’s society it is IMPOSSIBLE to listen to everyone…with the barrage of information and opinions coming our way via Facebook, email, twitter and other avenues a leader who tries to focus on the opinions of everyone will simply lose his mind and most likely his leadership position if his obsession becomes making everyone happy.

12 Things A Leader Simply CANNOT Do!

#1 – You Cannot Make Everyone Happy (Jesus didn’t…it wasn’t His goal, see Galatians 1:10) #2 – You Cannot Think That You Can Argue/Defend Yourself All Of The Time (Especially on the internet, arguing on the internet is like taking a pee into the wind, it feels good at first but always ends up in a mess!)

Ten Signs You Are Near a Burnout, Meltdown

My counselor shared a statistic with me two years ago that floored me…90% of the people entering ministry DO NOT RETIRE from ministry, they either quit or have some sort of moral/ethical failure that disqualifies them.