4-Week Marriage Meeting Challenge Invite | Feb 2020

February is the month of love. One of the most loving things you can do for your marriage is to improve communication with your spouse. Grab a copy of The Marriage Meeting Guide and commit to 4 guided, 30-minute conversations with your spouse once a week in February. Then, let us know the results. Join the many couples experiencing a greater connectedness, improved communication, and fewer arguments as they implement their marriage meeting. Grab your guide and join the challenge. … Read More

Husbands, To Gain Respect From Our Wives We Must Go First

Gain Respect from Your Wife

Jump Straight to the Respect Questions Husbands most desire respect as a show of love from their spouse. Researcher Shaunti Feldhahn found that for wives, their highest need is to feel cherished and loved. In contrast, the highest felt need for a husband is to feel his wife’s respect as displayed as trust, honor, and admiration. If you’ve felt the sting of being criticized in public or had your decisions constantly questioned by your bride, you know you didn’t like … Read More

Seasons in Marriage and Life – More Marriage Meeting Questions To Ask

The Marriage Meeting Guide Book

Jump Straight to the Seasons Questions About Seasons Last night in our weekly marriage meeting I, Jordan, was talking about some stress I am feeling in providing financially as it relates to my business and work. This of course was related to Question #4 in The Marriage Meeting Guide. Next year we’ll have four, yes FOUR, kids in college. That stresses me out some if I am being completely transparent. Amy reminded me that this is just a season. That … Read More

How Ascribing Intent or Motive Hurts Our Marriage

The Marriage Meeting Guide Book

We’ve all done it. We’ve looked at our spouse and thought, “I know exactly why he/she did that.” As humans, we seek the meaning behind actions so we are often quick to ascribe motive or intent to an action someone takes. The problem is we cannot be very certain about a person’s intentions or motives, for the simple reason you and I cannot see into the human heart. That is something reserved only for the Creator. But the LORD said … Read More