Married: Praying As A Couple

Did you know couples who worship together each Sunday and regularly pray together at home report a greater marital stability and happiness in their marriage. Praying together can sound awkward, but it really is the key to a thriving marriage. How can a married couple be more intentional about and more comfortable with praying together?Continue reading “Married: Praying As A Couple”

Mealtime Prompts: Reflecting on the Pandemic

Discussion guide to help your whole household look back over the past few months Best Use:To guide as a dinner discussion starter with everyone in your home. Nutritional Value:Helps you reflect on the ups and downs of the past year and all the changes the pandemic has brought to our lives.

Engaged: Getting Ready for Marriage

Congratulations on this wonderful milestone. Few seasons in life are filled with as much joy and anticipation as the time spent preparing to get married. You’ve probably heard it said that as you plan your wedding, you shouldn’t forget to plan your marriage. But it sounds so abstract to “plan a marriage” in the midstContinue reading “Engaged: Getting Ready for Marriage”

Married: Considering Children

Each of us have distinct strengths, passions and experiences that guide what we do in life. Marriage and parenting are a general calling that applies to most people of faith. And while having children isn’t the only purpose for marriage, it is a foundational part of God’s call to couples who are able to conceiveContinue reading “Married: Considering Children”

Building a Strong Marriage

We must understand that every marriage is intended to be a masterpiece reflecting THE marriage between God and His people. Marriage is the most frequent metaphor used in the Bible to describe God’s relationship with His people. In fact, writing to the Ephesians, Paul called marriage a “profound mystery” because the man represents Christ, theContinue reading “Building a Strong Marriage”

Single: Hoping to Marry

Most of us are called to marriage. It’s the natural design for fulfilling our drive for companionship and sexuality. If you are not called to celibacy and service (1 Corinthians 7) then a significant priority for this season of your life is preparing for and moving toward a Biblical marriage. An intentional path to findingContinue reading “Single: Hoping to Marry”