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Do We Love Like Jesus?

Biola CMR - February 22, 2017

As Christians, we are called to love others like Jesus does: sacrificially, transformationally, intimately, and giving life, just as John 15 highlights. If loving our friends is a way in which we actually express our discipleship, how often does our love for others really reflect the love of Jesus? In today's video, Dr. Donna Thoennes uses Gary Inrig's book, Quality Friendships, to explore John 15 and offer a deeper view of the way Jesus loves us and how we can love others better as a result.


What If I Don't Feel the Way I Used to Feel Toward My Spouse?

Ask the Expert Q&A - February 21, 2017

Realizing you no longer feel the same way toward your spouse that you once did is a scary and fragile place to be as a couple. Is it possible in the midst of hectic, everyday life to reignite that spark? In today's post, Dr. Chris Grace and Dr. Tim Muehlhoff provide easy, realistic ways to fan the flame in your marriage and rediscover each other in the midst of the busyness of life.


10 Ways To Love Your Spouse When You're Not Together

Biola CMR - February 14, 2017

Relationships can be hard work, and today's statistics show that most couples only spend two and a half hours together per day. With that much time apart, is it possible to still foster your relationship? In today's blog, Ken and Trudi Berding share some practical ways to love your significant other amidst busy schedules and spending most of the day apart.


Is Marriage The Only Way?

Biola CMR - February 8, 2017

Not only is marriage a wonderful gift from God, it is also one of the more visible relationships that he uses to grow and refine His people. But, is it the only one? In today's video, Drs. Erik and Donna Thoennes answer the question: "Is marriage is the only relationship God uses to sanctify Christians?"


Are Your Words Rotten?

Tim Muehlhoff - February 7, 2017

Since words are powerful tools that can be used either for good or for harm, the Bible often talks about keeping our speech pure and wholesome. So how would you assess your own communication with others? In today's blog, Dr. Tim Muehlhoff shares about an experiment in his communication class where he demonstrated the importance of keeping our speech honest and upright.


How Do I Help A Friend Struggling With Depression?

Ask the Expert Q&A - January 31, 2017

Unfortunately, many people struggle with depression, and probably even more than we realize. Depression is a difficult and psychologically complex disorder, so what are some practical ways to help a friend dealing with it? In today's post, Dr. Grace offers sound guidance for helping friends and loved ones who battle depression.


What if Marriage Was Meant to Make You More Than Holy?

Biola CMR, Erik Thoennes - January 25, 2017

For the Christian couple, not only is marriage a gift from God, it is an opportunity to fulfill the Great Commission with a forever partner. But practically speaking, what does it look like for a relationship to glorify God and advance the gospel? In today's video, Dr. Erik Thoennes explores Ephesians 6 to unpack what the Bible says about the true mission of a Christian marriage.


Does Your Marriage Need a Good Workout?

Don & Alex Flecky - January 24, 2017

Every marriage will undoubtedly experience times of trouble and hardship, but how do you and your spouse overcome these periods of difficulty? In today's blog, guest authors Don and Alex Flecky explore eight practical ways to keep your relationship in shape. 

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