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"As a leader, the health of your marriage directly affects the impact of your leadership. I have witnessed this tim»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
Loving others is the hallmark of Christianity. But have you ever stopped to think about how the divorce rate in the Christian community would plummet if we began to love our spouses with the same love that Jesus taught in the bible? Along with homeless ministry, ministering to husbands and wives who are in marriages []The post Loving your Spouse with the Love of the Lord appeared first on FaithsMessenger.Com.
Blog Entry | Counseling >
Below are the videos from the presentation of “True Betrayal: Overcoming the Betrayal of Your Spouse’s Sexual Sin.” For the various counseling options available from this material visit www.summitrdu.com/counseling. The complementing study “False Love: Overcoming Sexual Sin from Pornography to Adultery” is also available in a video format. NOTE: Many people have asked how they can get a copy of the seminar notebook referenced in this ve»
Blog Entry | Counseling >
Below are the videos from the presentation of “True Betrayal: Overcoming the Betrayal of Your Spouse’s Sexual Sin.” For the various counseling options available from this material visit www.summitrdu.com/counseling. The complementing study “False Love: Overcoming Sexual Sin from Pornography to Adultery” is also available in a video format. NOTE: Many people have asked how they can get a copy of the seminar notebook referenced in this ve»
Blog Entry | Counseling >
Below are the videos from the presentation of “True Betrayal: Overcoming the Betrayal of Your Spouse’s Sexual Sin.” For the various counseling options available from this material visit www.summitrdu.com/counseling. The complementing study “False Love: Overcoming Sexual Sin from Pornography to Adultery” is also available in a video format. NOTE: Many people have asked how they can get a copy of the seminar notebook referenced in this ve»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
Acting on assumptions (i.e. trying to read your spouses mind), without checking them out, is a common cause of confusion and conflict in relationships. Sadly, often we are unaware of the havoc it creates. Some examples of what acting on assumptions/mind reading looks like: My spouse seems distant at dinner. My spouse goes to bed without kissing me good night. If I take a nap today, my spouse will be upset. If I want to go away for the weekend, my»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
It seems that most people maintain that their spouse is and should be their best friend. I like the sound of this. I really do. It's so... well, romantic. It sounds good and I don't think it's wrong. But... I've also developed some question for which I don't yet have answers. Where does this concept come from? I have the impression that many Christians take this as "gospel". It's so ingrained in our culture that most of us can't even imagine it b»
Blog Entry | Church Leadership >
In a previous post, I wrote about the pastor’s spouse’s emotions during a time of ministry transition. You will need to read that post HERE for this post to make complete sense.That post resonated with several who are dealing with that issue. My post was to bring awareness to those emotions, but as I expected, it generated questions. People wanted to know howhow do they help their spouse transition? Great question. I don’t have all the answ»
Blog Entry | Money and Stewardship >
For over a decade I have been talking with folks about their personal financial giving.  Among the most common questions I hear is,  "What do I do when my spouse and I are not on the same page about our giving?"  Great question.  Often tension in the area of giving can frustrate a marriage.  And it's not always as simple as one spouse is generous and the other is not.  As with other issues in marriage, the root cause of this situation can»
Blog Entry | Discipleship >
Today’s Attitude of Love: Loving Your Spouse Lets face the cold hard truth, it is often times easier to love a stranger than to love your spouse. Why? It is simple, we live with them day in and day out. They see most of our imperfections. They are the brunt of our bad days, and we all to often just simply get to comfortable. We tend to love them out of habit rather than loving them out of sacrificial love that God calls us to. Raise your hand i»