Being grateful for the small things that your spouse does for you can have a big impact on your marriage. I learned this when we had purchased our current home. (Read that story here!)
Surprise is a powerful tool in the successful couple's "toolkit." This October, we're going to share strategies to help you keep your spouse excited, motivated, and wondering what's around the corner. Join in on the challenge to keep your spouse guessing about what you're going to do next! Keep an eye on our site for worksheets... Continue Reading →
It's tough to see your marriage for the treasure it is when the past keeps sticking its ugly nose in your face.
Hi there! A few weeks ago we held an AWESOME marriage retreat, jam-packed with effective strategies for Christian couples to take their relationship to the next level. Today, we're thrilled to share the live audio from the first segment with you. It's called the Naked Marriage and drives home our theme on transparency. To make... Continue Reading →
The presence of anything artificial within a marriage means that one or both spouses are opening up the relationship for contamination. Take a look at this challenge to build sexual intimacy, confidence, and trust.
We had an AMAZING time leading an intense 8 hour Christian marriage retreat in the DC area! The turnout was great and our guests were a LOT of fun to present to. All of the content we presented will be available in our self-help book, Build a Fearless Marriage (coming in 2020). Topics included: transparency... Continue Reading →
With our theme being gratitude this month, we'd like to encourage couples to begin each day with a grateful attitude. This means that couples will be less likely to argue and less likely to complain about negative traits found in their spouse. Think about it: It's hard to focus on the faults of your spouse... Continue Reading →
To all of those dedicated dads out there: Your Godly influence, prayers, sacrifices, love, and devotion to and for your family not only impacts this generation but also those that will come after.
Listening to your spouse will help you understand what they are talking about, the meaning behind the words, and will minimize misunderstandings.