[Ep. 557] Kids First?



Be careful not to let your desire to be a good parent come at the cost of your marriage relationship.

Your children need your time, but so does your spouse. Often, this statement comes with a sense of guilt because you don’t feel like you can give everything to everyone all the time.

Firstly, you need to know that God is the only person that can meet all their needs, it’s not solely on your shoulders.

Secondly, you need to know that God gives us children to raise and then give back to Him—they are passing through your house.

Thirdly, you need to remember that you spouse is the second greatest thing God ever did for you outside of sending His Son to save you. And when you steward the health of that relationship, the strength and health of your family will follow.

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[Ep. 551] What God Doesn’t Like


God loves you and He loves your family. He desires to have a real relationship with you and for you to know Him. But to truly know God, you need to know what He likes and what He doesn’t like. 

This episode is the first of a three-part conversation about a few things that God warns people about. You’ll learn more about the character of God and have a better understanding of what it means to have a real relationship with Him.

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[Ep. 546] What NOT To Do



Everyone wants to build a successful family. But families are complicated and having a good one feels easier said than done.

There is one thing you can do to set your family on a solid path and in this episode, you’ll learn what that is as well as a few things NOT to do.

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Friday Funnies [Classics]: All This and We Still Have to Talk…

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Some things never change and that includes God’s Word!

For today’s Friday Funnies clip, we’re going back in the vaults to a classic teaching from Joe’s Marriage Building 101 seminar.

This video is 25 years in the making, but it’s a great reminder for couples who are struggling to connect and communicate.

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