In the book of Ruth chapter one, Ruth tells her mother-in-law, “Where you go I will go . . . Your God will be my God.”
It’s not wrong to have desires, to want a home, a family, a good life. But what happens when our “wants” become obsessions? Enjoy a helpful discussion to strengthen your faith!
You only have to watch a few minutes of television before you’re bombarded with advertisements for everything under the sun. There are so many things out there you never knew you always needed!
Of all the decisions we make in life, choosing a life partner is among the most important choices we make.
The past few weeks has been an important and sensitive discussion on the biblical blueprint for marriage. You won’t want to miss the final discussion on this delicate and practical topic.
In a discussion about building a strong and vibrant marriage, Alice Mathews said . . . “Strong partners operate together. You’re in sync together, and you don’t do things to hurt the other part of the body.”
According to the Bible, becoming “one flesh” in marriage is not purely physical. It includes relating to your husband or wife outside the physical realm. As Alice Mathews put it “Becoming one flesh includes loving your spouse as you love your own body.”
A sensitive, but important discussion why becoming “one flesh” is an essential dimension to God’s blueprint for marriage.
The Bible says that when we get married we’re to “cleave” to our spouse. It’s not a word we use very often. Discover the meaning in a discussion on the keys to a successful marriage.
Genesis 2:24 says, “For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and they will become one flesh.” Discover how this verse is God’s three-step blueprint for marriage.
The Bible holds the blueprint for marriage. Is your relationship in line with God’s blueprint?
Kindness can transform your marriage. It’s a simple concept, but not always easy to implement in the home.
A successful marriage takes a lot of work, but when trust and forgiveness are present, fulfillment isn’t far behind. Discover how relating with your spouse can become easier.
What makes for a strong marriage? What key ingredients do you need to have a fulfilling, lifelong relationship with your husband or your wife?