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10 steps to take when a good relationship starts to go bad

Chris Grace - August 30, 2016

While some relationships are so toxic that it is unwise and unsafe to continue in them, there are also valuable relationships that are worth saving. Read Dr. Chris Grace's blog to discover three key differences between healthy and unhealthy relationships, and 10 things you can do when a good relationship starts to go bad.


Does marriage have eternal significance?

Erik Thoennes - August 24, 2016

We know that the Bible tells us that there will be no marriage in heaven. So, with that in mind, is there any eternal significance to marriage? How should we take that into account as we invest in our relationships today? In this video, Dr. Erik Thoennes explores what biblical marriage should look like in light of eternity.


Too Much, Too Soon? Setting Emotional Boundaries in Dating

Alisa Grace - August 23, 2016

As you start dating someone, the temptation can be to go too deep, too fast – especially emotionally. How can you tell when your emotional intimacy is pushing the limits? Read this blog by Alisa Grace for some guidelines to help you set healthy, God-honoring emotional boundaries.


5 Benefits of Premarital Counseling

Willa Williams - August 16, 2016

Did you know that couples who receive premarital counseling have a thirty percent lower divorce rate than couples who do not receive any? Getting married is a huge transition in life, and one of the best ways to prepare for marriage is premarital counseling. Read this blog post by Willa Williams to discover 5 benefits of premarital counseling.


4 Components of a Communication Climate

Tim Muehlhoff - August 9, 2016

How you interact with your spouse on a daily basis is the single greatest factor that establishes the type of communication climate that surrounds your marriage. Read this blog to discover the four key elements of a communication climate and how to evaluate your own marriage.


Choose Love in the Deep

Carrie Stockton - August 2, 2016

Is marriage the only or ultimate form of deep love? As a single woman in her late 30s, Carrie Stockton has an extraordinary amount of love in her life. In this blog, she shares reflections on her singleness and what it looks like to choose love "in the deep."


Understanding How Your Spouse Connects to God

Chris Grace, Alisa Grace - July 27, 2016

An important way you can grow in spiritual intimacy with your spouse is to recognize how God created you and your partner to connect to Him. We are each made with different spiritual temperaments, and when we recognize the way our spouse is designed, we can more easily find opportunities and activities together that will support and encourage their connection to God. In this video, Dr. Chris Grace and Alisa Grace discuss the importance of understanding how your spouse connects to God. 


25 Ways to Make Your Parent's Day

Alisa Grace - July 26, 2016

In 1994, National Parents' Day was established for "recognizing, uplifting, and supporting the role of parents in the rearing of children." Parents play a key role in nurturing and developing us as children, but sometimes it can be easy to forget how much parents do to care for us on a daily basis. Here are 25 ways that you can express appreciation to your parents.  

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