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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.


4 Ways Culture Impacts Relationships Pt. 1

The Art of Relationships Podcast - May 25, 2016

Culture is the backdrop by which we do relationships. For the next 2 podcasts, we're going to tackle what we think are the 4 biggest cultural factors that tend to impact our marriages, families, kids and everybody. Listen to discover how culture influences your quality of interpersonal communication as well as your levels of satisfaction within relationships.


A Valentine that Won't Disappoint!

Biola CMR - February 9, 2016

February is the month of Valentine's Day, yet for many, it is a day of disappointment and unfulfilled expectations. Whether or not you celebrate with a loved one, try to focus your energy on a love that will live up to your expectations. Read Lori Ann Bach's devotional on the fullness of God's love and how it reaches deep into her soul especially on a day like Valentine's Day.


30 Ways to Make Your Husband's Day

Alisa Grace - February 2, 2016

Doing small things everyday can help you build a more intimate and trusting relationship with your spouse. Alisa Grace shares 30 ideas on how you can appreciate your husband and keep the romance alive.


30 Ways to Make Your Wife's Day

Alisa Grace - January 27, 2016

It's the little things that build up your relationship, and it's also the little things that can chip away at your intimacy and friendship in marriage. Alisa Grace shares 30 ideas on how you can bless your wife in the everyday.


Is Hollywood ruining your love life?

Tim Muehlhoff - July 24, 2015

A fascinating study done by relationship experts at Heriot Watt University in Edinburgh sought to determine if romantic comedies influenced how we view love, sex, and marriage. They specifically examined 40 box office hits between 1995 and 2005, such as Runaway BrideNotting HillYou’ve Got MailMaid in Manhattan, and While You Were Sleeping. Have you seen any of them? If so, researchers were interested in how they might influence your expectations about love. 

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