1.) Put God first in your life and in your marriage.
Get God in the middle of your relationship if you want it to stay strong. Continue reading…
It’s important to realize that great marriages don’t just happen. Great marriages are built. The relationship you have with your spouse is the most intimate and precious relationship you will have on this earth. Let’s take time to build something great!
Marriage Building Tip#3
Having someone to share life’s journey together with is a gift. And in spite of all the craziness life can bring, you can have a great, loving, and successful marriage! As we’ve talked about before, you don’t find a great marriage; you build one.
Marriage Building Tip#2
LET’S START COMMUNICATING
It’s important to realize that there is a difference between talking and communicating. A person who’s a good talker isn’t automatically a good communicator. Communication skills aren’t something we’re born with. We havehttp://joemcgeeministries.com/wp-admin/edit.php to learn those skills and then continue to grow and develop in them. Continue reading…
The primary building block of any relationship is good communication skills. When it comes to having a great marriage, communication skills are imperative.
As a matter of fact, the “lack of communication” is listed as one of the top reasons for divorce. That fact alone tells us that this is an area that needs to be worked on and constantly developed.
We all would like to think we are improving in every area of life. Parenting is no different. It’s important that we constantly grow and get better at the role God has called us to.
“Never accept the enemy’s thoughts and feelings of inadequacy. You are divinely appointed by God to parent your children.”
Parenting is a great privilege. It can be the most rewarding and challenging job you will ever have. The important thing to realize is that you don’t become a parent because you are the most qualified. From the moment that little bundle of joy arrives, most people have questions and self-doubts regarding their parenting skills. Never accept the enemy’s thoughts and feelings of inadequacy. You are divinely appointed by God to parent your children. He will equip you and give you the grace you need to be a great parent. Continue reading…