While doing ministry together as a family often brings many blessings, it can also bring stress. If left unchecked, that stress can become detrimental to a family. Guest bloggers, Dr. John and Leah Hutchison, have been in ministry for over 40 years. In today's blog post, they share some practical ways they've protected their family and home from unnecessary stress.
Research shows listening is the most important communication skill for interpersonal relationships and establishing a career. Yet in our fast-paced, high-tech world, it can be a challenge to listen well. In part 1 of this series, Dr. Chris Grace and Dr. Tim Muehlhoff identify common obstacles that prevent us from listening well.
Why did God design marriage? What can we learn about the character of God and His perfect love through a marriage relationship surrendered to Him? In this episode, Dr. Chris Grace and Dr. Tim Muehlhoff take a deeper look at God’s purpose for marriage as they discuss insights from Gary Thomas, author of Sacred Marriage.
Christmas is a time for remembering the grace and love of God through the gift of His son. Christmas is also a time for gathering together with family. Whether it's due to broken relationships or societal pressure of an ideal Christmas celebration, family gatherings can be stressful. In this blog post, Dr. Tim Muelhoff gives 5 practical ways to manage the stress of family gatherings, while remembering the grace and love God makes available to us.
God is profoundly relational by nature and since we are made in His image, we are relational beings as well, both with Him and with others. So how does this affect our relationships? In today's video, Dr. Erik Thoennes discusses the three ways we most reflect God in our relationships with others and how they act as a catalyst for our sanctification.
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