No one is perfect and no marriage is perfect, but don’t give up just because you have to work at things.
Watch as Joe shares about the rough start he and his wife, Denise, had when they were first married.
Be encouraged to start building something great together!
Laugh-and-learn what fried bologna and getting a budget have to do with each other.
Most people, at least at one point in their lives, have lived paycheck to paycheck. That’s not a great long term strategy. Watch as Joe shares some stories the importance of having a budget.
Our Friday Funnies usually feature Joe at one of his seminars, but today we thought you would enjoy seeing some of the behind-the-scenes with Joe and Denise.
As many of you know, Joe’s wife, Denise passed away on Sunday, December 11th. She and Joe were married for 45 years and served together in ministry for 35 years. During all of that time, they loved to laugh.
We hope you enjoy these funny outtakes of some of their most recent teaching clips.
Marriage is the greatest invasion of privacy you’ll ever experience. That’s how it was designed.
There’s a great benefit to that, though. Laugh-and-learn what that benefit is in today’s Friday Funnies clip with Joe.
Have you ever thought, “I’d be doing just fine if it weren’t for_____!”?
If so, this video is for you—especially if that thought was about your spouse.
As a father of six children—five of those being girls—Joe learned early how to find “creative” solutions to keep the peace. There’s no greater example of this than in how he “solved” the bathroom fights.
Beyond the creative solutions, Joe also shares a biblical truth that is the key to understanding how to successfully deal with family issues.
Did you know that 100 years ago only 14 percent of American’s had a bathtub?
Life has changed a lot in 100 years. It seems like it has sped up, but God’s Word doesn’t change.
Learn how things have and haven’t changed in the last 100 years.
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Do you remember the first really serious conversation you had with your spouse? The one that maybe caught you off guard and went deep in a hurry?
If you’ve been married more than 48 hours you probably answered yes. You can talk forever when you’re dating, but there’s something about being married that makes conversations change.
That’s what happened to Joe about two weeks after getting married. Laugh-and-learn from his experience with this serious topic.
Have you ever been unpleasantly surprised by something? What was your first reaction?
That’s what we’re talking about today. Our first reaction is important because that’s a reflection of what we have deep on the inside.