The notion that you have to have everything all together in order to be a good spouse is a lie from the pit of hell. Don’t nobody have their life all together…to the point where they can be a good spouse.
The key is working on getting your life together…over time. And that takes growth…growth that you go through together as you build and develop your marriage over time.
Invest in your growth as a spouse and register for the Relationship Bootcamp for Newlyweds. We can help you figure out what things each of you need to work on to be better husband or wife.
Relationship Bootcamp for Couples
Dating & Engaged Couples
2nd Marriage & Blended Family Couples
Newlywed Couples Married in 2015-2017
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The hustle. The grind. Every entrepreneur, solo-preneur, and even want-trepeneur do it. Both men and women alike. Your grind requires a committed investment of time, energy, and money. So does building a relationship. Finding the investment balance between your grind...
If you've ever been in a relationship and broken up, then you're probably familiar with how those wounds spill over into your next relationship. We sometimes refer to these wounds as "baggage". By the time you get married, some of us carry a nice set of well-traveled...
Had a great time at the Relationship Bootcamp for Dating & Engaged Couples. There were so many nuggets dropped at the Bootcamp, it's hard to pinpoint which ones were the most helpful. When we were helping one couple improve their communication process, the other...
I wish the art and skill of dating were promoted more in the Christian community. I've heard the church's traditional argument that promotes courting over dating. But I believe dating is a legit intermediary stage that comes before you start courting. So...how should...
They didn't have prenups back in the bible days. So...is it okay to get a prenup nowadays...especially if you're older and more established? Interesting question. With as many marriages that have ended in divorce since the 1980s, the notion of having a 'til death do...