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Should we find marriage mentors?

Chris Grace, Alisa Grace - March 30, 2016

Should we find marriage mentors? This is a question that you may be asking of your marriage if you've hit a rough patch or feel disconnected. Whether you are a newlywed or have been married for many years, marriage mentoring can be an effective means to help you grow as a couple and move from striving to thriving. Read more to learn how you can pursue God's purpose for your marriage.


5 Healthy Habits of Happy Couples

Chris Grace - January 6, 2016

Healthy communication is one of the most telling differences between those who are happy and those who are not. Dr. Chris Grace shares 5 habits to help you develop healthy communication in your relationship.


Growing in Gratitude

Chris Grace - November 3, 2015

Couples who regularly express gratitude for each other are more satisfied with their relationship–they are more joyful, feel closer to each other, and are more committed to each other. Read more to discover practical tips to grow in gratitude.


What does spiritual intimacy look like?

Chris Grace, Alisa Grace - August 24, 2015

What does it look like to become spiritually intimate with another person? Dr. Chris and Alisa Grace discuss practical tips on how you can create a spiritually intimate, flourishing relationship with your spouse.


Am I addicted?

Chris Grace - August 3, 2015

We live in a sexualized culture, and our exposure to pornography is staggering. A simple click gets us free and instantly available porn—images, videos and erotic stories—on every device we own. Ten years ago the book Pornified described how our relationships and families were being transformed by pornography. Today our exposure to pornography is in uncharted territory. 


5 Qualities of a Happy Marriage

Chris Grace - July 20, 2015

Marriage is one of the most reliable indicators of happiness. Martin Seligman writes in his book Authentic Happiness that “marriage is robustly related to happiness,” is one of the best predictors of life satisfaction, and that married couples express the highest levels of happiness and satisfaction.


Three Gifts of Marriage: Companionship, Passion and Purpose

Chris Grace - July 17, 2015

When marriage is done well, couples not only experience the wonderful emotional and physical intimacy of being “on the same page” but also frequently sense a deeper, more profound, spiritual connection. While some couples think of it as being “soul-mates,” there is an aspect to it that is qualitatively different...


Relationship Status: "It's Complicated" ... Or is it?

Chris Grace - July 16, 2015

Whether single or dating, engaged or married, humans have a love-hate relationship with being in relationships. They are so simple in design, yet so complex in practice. When we are in love, we feel a flood of pleasurable emotions: from the warm calm of contentment to the overwhelming obsession of passion. But when we feel disconnected from others...

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