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Welcome To My World: Tips to Help You and Your Spouse When You Disagree About Money

Shane Enete - April 11, 2017

It is not uncommon for couples to have significantly different attitudes about money, leaving one confused at the financial decisions of the other. It's vital for couples to identify and understand each other's "money world," and then use that information to actually grow closer together. In today's blog, Shane Enete, Assistant Professor of Finance at Biola, looks at various approaches to finances and explores different tactics to help couples find a middle ground with their money. 


The One Sentence Explosion

Tim Muehlhoff - March 28, 2017

Do you ever get angry with someone but never say anything about it? That's called "stuffing." It is that period of time when tension builds between two people as a result of unexpressed disagreement, and if not dealt with properly, it is often expressed in an angry outburst or explosion. In today's blog, Dr. Tim Muehlhoff explores the negative effects of these unexpressed conflicts and how Scripture helps us deal our anger and work through our disagreements in a God-honoring way that actually protects and restores our relationships.


Healing the Hurt When Someone Crosses a Boundary

Tim Muehlhoff - March 14, 2017

Communication boundaries are recognizable in any relationship and play a vital role in establishing a healthy communication climate. A crucial point in any relationship is when these boundaries have been crossed, and you are faced with trying to reconcile the hurt. In today's blog, Dr. Tim Muehlhoff breaks down the different categories of communication and offers ways to foster reconciliation after a communication boundary has been crossed.


How Well Do You Know Your Emotions?

Chris Grace - February 28, 2017

As individuals, we each possess a different set of emotions and personalities. Not only is it important to gain insight into our own emotional reactions, but into our partner's as well. In today's blog, Dr. Chris Grace explores the dynamic of understanding each other's emotional state so we can foster a relationship that thrives.


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.


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.


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. 


Doing Ministry Together: Priorities of a Good Family Life

John Hutchison - January 10, 2017

While doing ministry together as a family often brings many blessings, it can also bring stress.  If left unchecked, that stress can become detrimental to a family.  Guest bloggers, Dr. John and Leah Hutchison, have been in ministry for over 40 years.  In today's blog post, they share some practical ways they've protected their family and home from unnecessary stress.

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