We hear the term at church but do we really know what it means? What is grace? In order to apply grace in our relationships, we need to embrace the true definition.
A Biblical Definition Of Service And How It Applies To All Our Relationships, Especially Those In The Home Part 22
It can seem humbling to serve others—you sometimes feel like a servant. Serving almost implies that the other person has control over you and your actions. But the Bible is clear that Christians serve.
Anyone can get married. But being married doesn’t automatically mean you have a deep, intimate relationship with your spouse. Need help connecting with your spouse?
Submission is not a popular word. We want to be in control of our lives . . . not surrender our plans to someone else.
For generations, in homes all across the world, the passages in the Bible that talk about submission have sparked lively debate. But for those who truly understand the principles of submission, and apply them, deep and lasting partnerships are forged . . . and enjoyed.
We all want to be accepted. But there’s often a tension between wanting to be known and the fear of not being loved. Find yourself having difficulty opening up to others?
True intimacy in marriage is much more than a physical act. We'll discuss creative suggestions for deepening your relationship at home.
It’s not easy to develop a strong marriage! It’s more than putting food on the table and sharing household chores.
Conflict is a part of life . . . and often a part of marriage! It’s nearly impossible to bring two different perspectives into a relationship and never disagree on something.
Communicating, Especially In Times Of Conflict, Is Key To Developing A Close, Intimate Relationship Part 31
When disagreements arise in marriage . . . sometimes it’s easier to keep quiet rather than argue. Not seeing eye to eye with your spouse?
Communication is key to developing a close, intimate relationship with your spouse. But often, it’s in open dialogue that conflict arises! Sound familiar?
Communication is more than just talking about the weather. Often it involves divulging our most private thoughts . . . at the risk of someone else’s scrutiny.