The tough seasons of marriage can be windows of opportunity to touch your spouse’s heart. The key is using those times as a chance for growth. John, Erin and Greg give some questions you can ask your spouse to help strengthen your relationship.
Focus on Marriage Podcast
When your spouse lets you down, how do you respond? We all make mistakes, and need a healing dose of God’s grace from time to time. John and the Smalleys talk about how to encourage your spouse, even when he or she disappoints you.
No couple wants to face a health challenge or a financial scare. But, a crisis can bring you and your spouse closer together. John, Greg and Erin provide some helpful ideas for couples who are struggling with a chronic illness or a long-term challenge.
Marriage is an amazing journey, but it also reveals some of our most selfish attitudes. John, Greg and Erin give helpful tips for overcoming conflict between you and your spouse.
When your spouse breaks your heart, it can take a long time to rebuild trust. Greg and Erin talk with John about a time they learned to choose forgiveness in their marriage.
Forgiveness is like medicine to an ailing marriage. But, when you withhold it from your spouse, you cut off the chance to heal from past hurts. John, Greg and Erin discuss practical ways to choose forgiveness in your marriage.
Making your spouse feel loved never happens by accident. It requires paying attention and doing something to bless him or her. John, Greg and Erin explain how they’ve learned to love their spouse through simple actions.
Every couple needs time for a fun date night. But, it can be difficult to schedule those special times after you have kids. John, Greg and Erin give some simple and fun ideas for spending time with your spouse, even when you’re busy raising children.
After confessing a pornography problem to your spouse, it’s critical to take steps toward recovery. Whether you’ve struggled with it or you’re the spouse of an addict, Greg, Erin and John will give some helpful tips for your healing process.
Hiding a pornography problem from your spouse is like inviting a tornado to tear through your relationship. If left unchecked, the consequences can leave permanent damage. Greg, Erin and John give some tips for confessing a pornography problem.