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.
Roadmap to God’s Will; A Relationship with Jesus
In this post, Ines shares that after seven years of research, study, theological conversations and prayer, she has found that God has a lot to say about discerning His will. However, our understanding and His guidance comes only through a relationship with Jesus. In knowing God through Jesus, we find a method of discerning God’s will that is 100% reliable.
Roadmap to God’s Will ; Relationship with the Word
Experience teaches us that we have to work on good relationships. We accept that it takes time and effort to get to know someone. A foundational way we build relationship with Jesus is through the reading, studying and meditating of the Word of God. In this post, Ines encourages us to study our Bibles and dig deep into God’s Word as we seek His will in our lives.
How to Build Good Communication in Your Marriage
Every marriage book or seminar tells us to communicate well, but often fails to give practical advice. In this post, Dr. Richard Krejcir gives us practical ways to honor God and make our relationships better through good quality communication. With a willing heart and a listening ear, we can make our spouses feel valued and our marriages stronger.
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!
A Childhood Lesson Guaranteed to Help You Enjoy the Bible
At summer camp, the Buddy Rule was meant to keep us safe. While safety may have been the primary purpose, it also resulted in relationships deepening and all of us having more fun. The same is true when it comes to the Bible. Having a “Bible Buddy” helps you see new things in the text, stay accountable and deepen relationships. Has a friend ever helped you read the Bible?