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How To Prepare For Marriage

Many brides dream of their wedding day long before they even have any prospects. What will my dress look like? What colors should I use? What kind of venue do I want? With Pinterest at our fingertips many brides may already have their dress picked out before they know who the groom will be. Even though preparing…

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Scriptures to Strengthen a Marriage

The fragrance of a variety of flowers fills the air. Bridesmaid’s dresses flow in the breeze while bringing that pop of color against the natural backdrop. Bright eyes and smiling faces sweep through the sea of white chairs awaiting the presence of the bride to make her debut. As the bride enters the aisle an…

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How To Get On The Same Page When Parenting Styles Are So Different.

Authoritarian. Permissive. Helicopter. Free-range. Attachment. Your parenting style may fall under one of these categories while your spouse relates to one completely different than yours. You may find yourself arguing with your spouse about being too hard or too soft on the kids. You may have differing opinions on your child’s abilities, how much should…

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Benefits of Praying Together

Life can get chaotic, busy, loud, and even messy. In fact the things we fill our time with may not be inherently bad or negative, such as church, men and women’s Bible studies, children’s sports events, or even date nights. Some of the things we fill our schedule with may even draw us closer to…

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How A Marriage Can Survive Infertility…

There is so much beauty in the way God created human beings. He not only chose to make us individually unique but also made our counterpart physically different. Men and women are made to balance and compliment one another as one. Therefore we see in scripture that God brought them together and then spoke the…

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Discovering Your Spouse’s Love Language

Have you ever received a gift on a day that was not your birthday or anniversary, not even a special occasion, from your spouse and even though there was gratitude in your heart you look at him/her with a slight confused look? Or your spouse moves around the house from chore to chore when, even…

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Honoring God in Your Marriage During COVID

Covid-19 has completely flipped the script as it has broken many of our normal routines. From disruption at some work places by going to work daily to now working from home, schools transitioning from in-person to online, to mandates that require as little interactions with others as possible. These changes have changed the rhythm of…

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Honoring God with your Finances

When you devote your heart to someone by making a public declaration and saying, “ I do” at the altar on your wedding day, you are saying yes to all that they are and all that they bring into the marriage, including the positives and negatives of their finances. Money can be a sticky, messy…

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Communication Tips for Married Couples

Communication gives a person the opportunity to know and be known. It is the foundation of all relationships, whether you’re communicating with a friend or with your spouse. Communication gives two people a chance to connect, build, trust, be vulnerable, and to learn from one another. A good conversation brings people together, but bad communication…

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How to Diffuse Arguments With Your Spouse

One of the best things, and sometimes the worse thing, about people is that we are all created uniquely different with our own thoughts, opinions, corks, personality, gifting’s etc. In fact it’s often those differences that bring two people together. You know the saying “opposites attract,” it so often rings true when two people come…

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