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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.

When Bad Things Happen to Good Marriages (Pt. 1)

Tim Muehlhoff - May 17, 2016

To be human is to wrestle with the reality of evil. It can be deeply discouraging to couples that while in the midst of following Christ God doesn’t seem to protect or provide. Rather than running from difficult questions, we should face them. The question isn’t what should we do if our marriage, family, or friends encounter pain, or sorrow? Rather, what should we do when pain occurs? Read part 1 of this series on evil, pain and suffering.

Observations about marital love Pt. 2

The Art of Relationships Podcast - May 11, 2016

In the last episode, we discovered that marital love must be grounded in friendship, that the ultimate expression of love is unselfishness, and that sexual desire practiced before marriage clouds the ability to evaluate a relationship. Today we continue to discuss three more observations about marital love.

Observations about marital love Pt. 1

The Art of Relationships Podcast - May 11, 2016

Culture tells us that love is ambiguous or flimsy or can change, and most people fear that their love isn't going to last. Learning how to define what love is, is extremely important, especially if you're moving toward a lasting commitment in marriage. In this episode we discuss criteria for marital love that are crucial for lifelong commitment.

So you want to start a marriage mentoring program at your church?

Alisa Grace - April 12, 2016

So, where do you start when you feel called by God to launch a marriage mentoring program at your church? Once you have prayed it through, and you have the go-ahead from the pastoral leadership of your church, the hardest part is usually recruiting mentor couples. Oftentimes they love the idea of helping a younger, less experienced couple in their marriage journey, but they hesitate for several reasons. Read this blog for the next steps in overcoming those barriers or fears.

How to deal with your partner's faults

Willa Williams - April 5, 2016

What should you do when you are tired of bickering with your partner over little things? You may notice a few faults when you are dating, but once you are married, you quickly find out all the ways that your partner does things wrong. In this blog, Willa Williams (LMFT) shares three tips that will help you communicate and understand one another in the midst of these situations.

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.

What to do when your partner just doesn't get it

Willa Williams - February 23, 2016

What should you do when your partner just doesn't get it? If this thought has ever crossed your mind, you are in good company. We all experience those feelings at some point or feel like our partner just doesn't understand us, or worse yet doesn't even care to. In this blog, Willa Williams (LMFT) shares two principles that will set you up to be better understood and better responded to by your partner.

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