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Is compatibility really that important? Pt. 2

Chris Grace - July 12, 2016

Growing up, most of us assumed that we will find an intimate other who would be our perfect match. In this blog, Dr. Chris Grace explores three types of compatibility that many experts agree are the most important when it comes to determining relationship health and success: personality, conflict and spiritual compatibility. Read to find out how to foster intimacy with the deepest types of core compatibilities.


Is compatibility really that important? Pt. 1

Chris Grace - July 5, 2016

Compatibility is a popular but confusing term. How do we know if it is a good match? Does it matter if we are generally more similar or different? Not all compatibility is created equally. In fact, matching up in one area may be pleasing and highly desirable, but may not be a good measure of future relationship health or success. Here are some things to think about, some things to avoid, and some things to be vigilant and prayerful about when it comes to compatibility with that special someone.


Why spiritual formation is essential for a maturing marriage

Judy TenElshof - June 28, 2016

When marriage vows are made, they are made to each other but the covenant commitment is with God. It is our relationship with God that helps us be faithful through being rich or poor, sick or healthy, until death parts us. Read this blog to unpack the importance of this truth.


When Bad Things Happen to Good Marriages (Pt. 3)

Tim Muehlhoff - June 21, 2016

When God sees that my spouse is about to be hurt, couldn’t he simply step in and protect him? Tim Muehlhoff addresses this question in the last post of this series on pain, suffering and evil. 


A Meditation for the Followed

Rick Langer - June 14, 2016

While there are many ways that a father leads, one of the most important is in being a role model – leading by example and modeling a life for his children to adopt. As a father, it is inevitable that you will be followed. Read this blog for Rick Langer's insights on how to walk as the followed.


5 Ways to connect during your next vacation

Willa Williams - June 7, 2016

Summer is just around the corner! That means (hopefully!) a more relaxed schedule, more time for leisure activities, and the opportunity for a vacation/stay-cation. Vacations are a wonderful time to be able to relax, and to reconnect with each other, with family and friends alike. Here are some suggestions to help you in being intentional about connecting in ways that will build your relationship.


When Bad Things Happen to Good Marriages (Pt. 2)

Tim Muehlhoff - May 31, 2016

In Part 2 of this series on evil, pain and suffering, Tim addresses the difficult question: why would God even allow the possibility of evil and suffering? It is in this world of pain and evil that we—Christian and non-Christians alike—seek to cultivate flourishing marriages. What’s hard for followers of Christ is that God doesn’t always protect us, or our marriages from suffering. 


4 Steps to Reducing Debt for Newlyweds

Rick Bee - May 24, 2016

For many young couples, the damage of debt is already done. More than 40% of graduating students will be unable to immediately follow the careers that they have prepared for, because of the debt that they are carrying out of college. In this blog, Rick Bee shares some tools that can make a long term financial difference in your life and free you up to follow your calling.

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