The key to a fruitful marriage relationship is abiding in the Christ-Vine. Carving out time to humble oneself and listen is a spouse’s secret to getting the most out of a connection with God.
Spiritual Intimacy with God
For many, fear, desire and ambition are more familiar motives than love. But God’s love changes us. This devotion offers you and your spouse questions to start a conversation about motivation and love.
Spiritual intimacy can be a confusing issue for many couples. Dr. Greg Smalley offers personal insights on how husbands can be spiritual leaders and wives can see beyond basic spiritual disciplines for intimacy at home.
We can find one of the best pictures of spiritual gifts way back in the second book of the Bible.
Helpful tips for finding a church
Help for the spiritually parched
What next? The Bible uses two terms to describe what happens when people say Yes to God and join His family. This experience, which was explained earlier, is being born again. New Christians are part of God’s family just as certainly as they are part of their earthly parents’ family. He is their Father, and …
None of my friends was available, so I walked into the hotel’s public restroom, locked the door, opened my cell phone, held it to my ear and began talking to the One whom I knew was available…Jesus.
They clearly saw that – contrary to the modern consumerist culture – life did not belong to them. They had to pour it all out. A certain destiny was absorbing them into something larger than their own family and their own grief.
Having an intimate relationship with God means realizing that abundant life will never be found in another person.