Our college student thinks she may have finally met ‘the love of her life’ this semester and has already invited him to a number of family functions. To be perfectly honest, we are more anxious than thrilled. Do I just hide my feelings, or is it better to be truthful about what I see as a possible mistake in the making?
Speak or Hold My Peace
Spiritual intimacy in marriage is something that has to be grown over time, as you invest in it like you might invest in watering a garden or learning a new instrument. Last week, Alisa Grace talked about the importance of developing spiritual intimacy between a husband and wife. The discussion continues as she shares some practical ways to increase spiritual intimacy in a married relationship. What do you think of these? Would you add anything to this list?
Our world today is creating and generating discussion on any topic you might think of. Video blog discussion on ways to streamline your work-day, e-books written to share travel tips, and podcasts to share thoughts on popular culture trends.
In 2016, Dr. Chris Grace and Dr. Tim Muehlhoff began to add to the conversation in a podcast focused solely on relationships. The Art of Relationships' hosts regularly weigh in on how to navigate the complexities of relationships in our culture with biblical wisdom and scholarly research.
With technology becoming more and more a part of our world, it is important to address the use of technology within relationships. Technology has the opportunity to strengthen, but also be detrimental to relationships. Today, Dr. Chris Grace and Dr. Tim Muehlhoff explain how to strengthen relationships through navigating the use of technology.
Dating can be such an interesting and complicated relationship. Here at the CMR we often hear that women are frustrated by the typical model of waiting for a man to show interest in them. Is it okay for a woman to initiate a relationship if she is interested in a man that she meets? Is it awkward if she pursues him to catch his attention? In today's Ask the Expert blog, author and speaker Debra Fileta answers this question. What do you think? Do you agree with her thoughts?
When abuse takes place in marriage, it can be confusing and crippling to anyone connected to the couple. What does scripture say about the topic of abuse? Is it grounds for divorce? How should we respond if it happens to someone you know, or if it happens to you? Today, Dr. Veola Vazquez answers this question from a biblical point of view.
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