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“Communication”

4 Steps to Making More Time For Each Other

Alisa Grace - February 13, 2019

Do you ever feel like your marriage is always on the back burner? Do other things in your schedule like work, kids, or volunteer responsibilities take priority over time alone with your spouse? Alisa Grace explains some research on marital happiness and gives you four easy steps to help you carve out some valuable time for your relationship. Take a look!


Before Things Go From Bad To Worse

Chris Grace, Tim Muehlhoff - February 6, 2019

Breaking up over twitter? Telling them something really important in a text? Does it really make a difference how you do it? Most of us would share a resounding yes, but how what are the rules? In this podcast episode, Dr. Chris Grace and Dr. Tim Muehlhoff share thoughts about the way you communicate having a huge impact on the message that the person hears you sharing. 


Valentine's Day...in July?

Alisa Grace - February 5, 2019

Dear CMR,

I hope I am just in time with my question. Valentine's Day is coming up soon and I really want to make it meaningful for my wife this year. Can you give me some advice? What should I do?

Signed,

Wanna-be Cupid


Inspire Him To Lead

Alisa Grace, Veola Vazquez - January 30, 2019

Does leadership always come naturally to men? What about spiritual leadership? In a family that lacks it, spiritual leadership can be a tricky dynamic to develop. How can a wife inspire her husband to spiritually lead the family? This discussion might just help with that. 


4 Things Men Need From Other Men (That They Can't Get From Women)

Paul Friesen - January 29, 2019

Men need each other.

When God created male and female, He made them "like," but "like opposite." They are"like" in that they both are equal image bearers of God, but "opposite" in that they are very distinct in how they think and act. This article by Dr. Paul Friesen explains some of the ways that men and women are different from each other, and four things that men need to acknowledge about the way they connect. 


When CMR Meets the NFL Pt. I

Chris Grace, Tim Muehlhoff, Dave Wilson - January 9, 2019

"At one point I sat down with God to pray that I would die so that I could get out of my marriage to my wife." In this podcast, former NFL Chaplain for the Detroit Lions Dave Wilson sits down with Dr. Chris Grace and Dr. Tim Muehlhoff to share his story.  Dave is currently one of the lead pastors of Kensington Church in Troy, Michigan. He walks us through how his marriage has grown from its rocky start. How did he grow from that low point to now leading marriage conferences around the country? Take a listen!


One-Sided Marriage: What Do I Do?

Aundrea Paxton - January 8, 2019

Dear CMR,

What if in a marriage, only one person wants to stay in the marriage and is working and fighting for the relationship to continue? What would you say to them?

Signed,

A Desperate Friend


How Hard Is Forgiveness, Really?

Chris Grace, Tim Muehlhoff - January 2, 2019


"You know you have forgiven someone when you wholeheartedly pray they would be blessed." In conflict, emotions are heightened and disagreements carry more weight. Even in the midst of deep differences, we are called to forgive people. Sometimes we are hurt by those who we are closest to. How do we own forgiveness when we need to apologize for something? How do we forgive someone when they ask for it? Walking out these steps can make forgiveness more meaningful and more restorative for your relationship.

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