"…a threefold cord is not quickly broken." Ecclesiastes 4:12
Marriage and family life are gifts from God, opportunities to learn how to love, and commitments to God and to one another. However, no matter where you are in this journey, you are likely facing a variety of choices, challenges, and responsibilities. We hope you will find encouraging resources here to help you have the kind of marriage and family that radiates God's love through your relationships.
|Preparing for Marriage||Marital Distress|
|Marriage Enrichment ||Dysfunctional Families|
|Sexuality in Christian Marriage|
|Spiritual Leadership||Support for Wives of Men with Sexual Addiction|
Marriage: Reflecting God's Love for the World Part 1 (24:04)
From Genesis to Revelation, marriage is a major narrative of the Bible. This divine institution is a visible testimony of the relationship nature of God. In this episode, Matt Kaufmann will lead Kaleb Beyer in a discussion that will attempt to peer into marriage and discover the gospel elements contained therein.
Marriage: Reflecting God's Love for the Church Part 2 (24:06)
Marriage is meant to be a reflection of Christ and the church. When husbands and wives take their cue from Christ, they become a living testimony of this most holy relationship. To be sure, Satan wants to upset this metaphor. In this episode, Kaleb Beyer explains where he does and how we can, through Christ, be re-centered.
Marriage: Reflecting God’s Oneness Part 3 (23:13)
The intimacy between a husband and a wife holds immense promise, for it springs from immense holiness – The Holy Trinity. Christian marriage is a living testimony of God’s Oneness. In this episode, Kaleb Beyer helps us understand sex as God designed it.
Rebuilding Trust (19:56)
One of the hard realities of relationships is that love and hurt are bundled together. The vulnerability that relationship requires makes disappointment possible, even likely. Getting back up after disappointment and repairing trust is required for relationship maintenance. In this episode Kaleb Beyer and Arlan Miller provide a helpful template for restoring trust.