Opposites attract. The problem is, once they marry, they spend the rest of their marriage battling over the differences. What did God have in mind when He brought you together?
Couples frequently say they don’t communicate. Nothing could be further from the truth. All couples communicate. Some do it constructively, other destructively. Learn how to understand why your spouse communicates the way he or she does and to use the differences in the way you communicate to strengthen your relationship.
Conflict isn’t thought of as something that draws couples closer and helps them feel more connected. Yet proper conflict management and resolution will help you understand each other more deeply and make your marriage stronger and more satisfying.
Passion. Adventure. Newness. Creativity. These aren’t fictional terms for romance novels, they are real feelings God intended for couples to experience in their marriage. You’ll find specific, practical ways to inject romantic moments into your everyday life, how to lighten up so that your marriage can have a feeling of joy again, and that sex is one of the greatest of God’s good and perfect gifts.
God never intended marriage to be easy. Otherwise, couples would feel little need for His involvement in their relationship. The problem is, too few couples understand how to involve Christ in their marriage on a day-to-day basis. Learn practical steps to help put God in the middle of your relationship, how to grow together in your spirituality, and how to discover the ministry that God desires from your marriage
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Contact Pastor Corey Kugle at email@example.com