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Out with the Old and In with the New: A Hope-Filled Reflection for the New Year

Chris Grace - December 27, 2016

The Bible says God has already begun the work of making things new, but why do we so often miss it?  As we enter a new year with our hopes and dreams, Dr. Chris Grace reminds us of God’s promises and the hope we have in Him.


Why Do We Place People in the “Friend Zone"?

Chris Grace, Tim Muehlhoff, Ask the Expert Q&A - December 13, 2016

Categories help us to make sense of our world, especially when it comes to understanding the relationships we encounter.  Read Dr. Chris Grace and Dr. Tim Muelhoff's words of advice for navigating relationship "zones."


Is It Important to be Your Spouse's Friend?

Chris Grace, Ask the Expert Q&A - November 29, 2016

Research shows a close friendship between spouses is not only beneficial for a happy marriage, but is also foundational and necessary for deeper intimacy. Read Dr. Chris Grace's ideas on practical ways to increase friendship in your marriage.


Can You Be Friends with Your Ex?

Chris Grace, Ask the Expert Q&A - November 15, 2016

Often times when a romantic relationship ends, there are questions about what the relationship will look like afterwards. Is it possible, or healthy even, to stay friends with your ex? Read Dr. Chris Grace's response to this question.

 


Should you date a man who struggles with porn?

Chris Grace, Ask the Expert Q&A - October 19, 2016

Many men struggle with pornography, and it deeply affects their marriages and relationships. If your boyfriend is struggling with pornography, should you break up with him? Read Dr. Chris Grace’s response to this woman’s concerns.


Are Feelings of Shame Causing You Pain? How Grace and Love Overcome this Toxic Emotion

Chris Grace - September 20, 2016

Complex emotions like shame, embarrassment and guilt are often the source of deep relational pain, disconnecting us from the ones we love. In this blog, Dr. Chris Grace shares how we can overcome the power of shame and actually use it to strengthen our relationships.


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.


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. 

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