Your words can build or break your marriage. How do you rebuild trust after letting secrets slip? Dr. Greg and Erin Smalley share answers on Facebook live.
What could be the impact of sharing intimate details about your spouse without their blessing? And what can you do about it after it happens?
Getting Started Watch today’s Marriage Meditation video.Read today’s marriage devotion.Share today’s question with your spouse. Today’s Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LLEIEYRmMdg&feature=youtu.be Today’s Devotion Scripture Reading Galatians 5:22-23 — “The fruit of the Spirit is … self-control.”2 Timothy 1:7 — “God gave us a spirit not of fear but of power and love and self-control.”Titus 2:11-12 — “For the …
Learn how to avoid an angry marriage by memorizing these six verses and asking God to remind you of them when you’re tempted to lash out at your spouse.
The fruit of the Spirit is faithfulness. Faithfulness means more than keeping your wedding vows. It involves being consistent, reliable and trustworthy.
Your spouse is the one person with whom you can be truly honest and still feel seen and cared for. What do you do when your spouse is overwhelmed?
We might laugh at Hollywood’s ideas about marriage, but movies have the capacity to both undermine and inspire our relationships.
It’s time to start gradually getting back to normal. What are your and your spouse’s expectations for this next stage? And how do you readjust — yet again?
Kind words are important to our marriage. We can use words that encourage our spouse or we can use words that hurt them. Which words will you choose?
The words we use can be a key factor in building trust. Recognize their power for change, and they become powerful tools in your relationship.