Do you love your spouse, or do you truly cherish them? Gary Thomas encourages couples to make a daily effort to go beyond the ‘duty’ of love, and combat the natural inclination to drift apart by choosing to see the best in their spouse.
All of us want to feel the freedom to be ourselves when we’re with our mate. But, if one spouse is always trying to control the other, it can weigh a marriage down with resentment. John, Greg and Erin discuss how giving your spouse freedom can strengthen your relationship. Featuring Dr. Ron and Mrs. Jan …
We all need to care for our hearts — identifying, understanding and dealing with our emotions. If we care for our heart, it allows us to show up and care for our spouse.
We need refreshment — physical, mental, spiritual and emotional. We need to pause, check-in with ourselves and our spouse to make sure we take time to restore and replenish our whole being.
As you’re getting to know your spouse, it’s easy for things to come up that you weren’t expecting. John talks with Greg and Erin about struggles they overcame in their marriage. They’ll also provide hope for those who feel stuck in a controlling relationship. Featuring Dr. Ron and Mrs. Jan Welch.
When my husband and I were newlyweds, we longed for “couple” friends. After two big moves, we’ve had a little practice at forming friendships. Here are a few things we’ve learned.
If you want a joyful heart but find yourself complaining to your spouse, take action. These simple practices can show you how to stop complaining.
When you and your spouse do life as a team, it’s amazing what you can accomplish together, But if you compete against each other, things will go terribly wrong. John, Greg, and Erin give you some insights on how you and your spouse can work together in spite of your differences. Featuring Dr. Kevin Leman …
A biblical tool called “emotional word pictures” can help you improve your communication skills with your spouse. Learn to use this emotional language of love that Jesus modeled for us.
When it’s been a long day, having a considerate spouse to share your feelings with is a wonderful gift. But how can you tell your mate what’s really going on when you feel upset? John, Greg and Erin provide some guidelines for expressing anger without being rude to your spouse. Featured guest Dr. Kevin Leman