Our lives involve decisions: what we do for a living, whom we marry, if we marry, what we do with our free time, how we manage mistakes and misfortunes. Despite our best efforts, life can be rocky. However, we live in hope, knowing that God has given us a unique calling! This week’s Take Five celebrates this truth, no matter where you are on the journey of life.
Marriage Builders: Practice Real Love
Most of us don’t know what love or the heart are all about. In this post, Richard shares the Biblical truth that true love seeks what the other person needs. Real love takes us beyond ourselves and to the other person, our spouse. When you fully understand what love is and dedicate yourself to practicing it, then you will have a thriving and content marriage.
Marriage Builders: Marriage Tune-up
This post is designed to use as a personal retreat with your spouse. Marriages could be so much more wonderful, so romantic and solid, if only God’s values and precepts were brought into them. Do not let yourself and your marriage become a statistic, imprisoned in a world of stifle and chaos, when God has such a better plan for you.
Marriage Builders: The Problem of Marriage
Christ's love was expressed, not only in words, but also in His sacrificial death. We may not have to sacrifice ourselves literally for our spouses, but we have to see that real love is sacrificial. Do you who feel dry, dysfunctional or stuck in your relationship? Everyone encounters it at some point in their marriage. Learn how to overcome and refresh your marriage.
The Most Important Relationships (Take Five)
Around Valentine’s Day, we tend to focus on just romantic relationships, in particular those that lead to chocolates and roses. But what are the most important relationships in our lives? How can we foster love: in our marriages, our relationship with God, our singleness, our careers, or in any other relational aspect of our lives? This week, let’s love intentionally!
Marriage Builders : Can We Follow Our Hearts?
The world tells us that to be in love and have that perfect marriage, we must follow our hearts. Is this true? What does God say about healthy marriages and relationships? Through this Marriage Builder series, you can start a “love dare” that will allow you to rebuild, rehab, and improve—take what God has given and use His tools for relationship bliss!