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What to Keep In Your Fireproof Safe

August 26th, 2016 Viewed 1436 times

Len Penzo lists 13 things to keep in your fireproof safe as follows:

1. Birth certificates
2. Property titles
3. Insurance policies
4. House photos
5. Safe deposit box keys
6. Social security cards
7. Passports
8. Financial account info
9. Spare car keys
10. Wills and living trusts
11. Health care proxies
12. Medical information
13. Emergency Cash

Hat Tip: What to Keep in Your Fireproof Safe

Godly Husband: You Must Be a Protector

December 19th, 2006 Viewed 8098 times

olderhusbandandwifeheader.jpgOne of the biggest needs your family– especially your wife– will need is that of a Protector.  As more emotional beings, our wives have the need to feel protected physically and emotionally.

You see, our wives trust us with a lot.  They have given their lives to helping us to raise a family, run a house, etc.  They are (more often than not) the ones that are around the house and have the young children.  Statistically, women are preyed upon more than men.  For all of these things, and others, women look to us to protect them.

This means, guys, that you should be providing things to make her feel protected– and guarding her privacy.  It starts with the ability to lock the bedroom door and extends to making sure you have a secure house, that you have a safe vehicle, and that she can trust your heart to be only hers.

We need to be active in showing our wives that we mean business when it comes to keeping the safe and protected.  She needs to feel safe in our arms and secure in the fact that we will protect her until our dying day.

Does your wife have this feeling of protection from you?  What ways do you think that a man can show his wife that he is protecting her?

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