Marriage Decision Making Podcast Episodes

Marriage Decision Making (Part 1): Faith and Wisdom Marriage decision making is under consideration in this episode of Breaking Bread.  Guests Ron Messner and Amber Miller discuss critical elements that form up “marriage by faith”.  

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Three Types of Anxiety

Anxiety is part of the human condition. Ranging from mild apprehension and worry to crippling panic, anxiety touches each of our lives in some way. To help make sense of this common experience, this article will consider three types of anxiety: Spiritual Anxiety – anxiety we feel when we are not putting our trust in …

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New Year Podcast Episode

 Making Plans for Improvement in 2018 The New Year naturally engenders reflection and anticipation. With gusto, we make plans for improvement. In this episode, Ted Witzig Jr. explains that the best way to make plans for success – is to make plans for failure. Getting back on track is the discipline required to get …

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Personal Motivational Statement for Marriage

1. VISION: Picture your marriage in five, ten or twenty years. What do you hope it to look like? Example: I hope to be in a loving marriage where we enjoy deep commitment, emotional intimacy, and passion. I hope our marriage is a glory to God and a testimony to others. I hope our children …

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Spiritual Leadership in the Home Discussion Aids

What is spiritual leadership? Spiritual leadership has its foundation in a life surrendered to God. A spiritual leader inspires others to be Christ-like in a nurturing, self-sacrificial manner which affirms and encourages others. He has no tolerance for sin and readily assumes responsibility for error without attempting to escape accountability. Spiritual leadership rests on trust, …

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Resiliency Podcast Episodes

Resiliency We know life is not a sprint, but at times it sure feels like it is and we need a serious breather.  The fact is, God intends for us to have a breather, quite regularly actually.  He has created us to need rest.  His rest affords us the respite to be resilient.

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