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Married People

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The great news is that we all want to have great marriages, and most of us are willing to do what it takes to have them. The bad news is most of us don’t think we know what it takes because we have been convinced that having great marriages is VERY complicated.

BUT here’s the really great news: God’s way of marriage may not be easy to live out, but it is certainly easy to understand. God gives us only a few verbs on how husbands and wives should love each other. Maybe he did that on purpose.

From the precious, few Scripture verses on marriage, comes what we call The Core 4 Habits of a Great Marriage:

Having fun together as a couple is not just something extra, it’s essential. Enjoying your marriage is the best way to protect it.
Of the few verses God gives to husbands and wives, the directive to respect and love is commanded more than any other. When we understand the connection between love and respect, the truth really can set us free.
When Jesus was asked what was the greatest commandment, his answer was to love God with all you are, then to love others with all you are. Loving God in your individual life can greatly impact your married life.
We made a big promise when we said, “I do.” Our spouses trusted that we would do what we promised to do – to love each other and to stay together no matter what. Knowing that commitment is still there is vital to every marriage.

Date Your Spouse

When was your last date? How you answer that question will speak volumes about your most important relationship. Why? Good relationships don’t just happen. Intentional, fun, planned time and strong skills improve relationships between couples, parents and children, co-workers, family and friends.

Research shows that couples who devote time to each other at least once a week are more likely to have higher levels of communication, sexual satisfaction and commitment. These results are fueling a dating movement nationwide that challenges couples to go on 4 dates in 4 weeks.

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Interactive E-Zines

Each month, we want to give you ideas and and insights with go-and-do’s you can actually go and do. So pick one, two or three of the things in the interactive PDFs below and see how little things can turn into something big.

You got this … because you are better at marriage than you think!

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