[Ep. 608] Wisdom’s Best Friend, Prudence


It’s easy to get caught up in our own life. If you’re like me, then sometimes you forget that there are even others on this planet.

But that attitude can affect our marriage, our kids, and our family. When we think of how our decisions can affect others in the future. That is called prudence.

In today’s show, we talk about why prudence is wisdom’s best friend.

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[Ep. 583] Knowing What to Believe

Are you ready to defend the beliefs that you hold true?

Maybe our culture doesn’t value what God values. That’s okay. Knowing what you believe is not about winning a culture war. It’s actually a lot easier than that.

In today’s show, we talk about how to know what to believe about yourself, about your family, and about your community.

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How to Avoid Common Marriage Myths

 Are you believing a lie when it comes to your marriage relationship?

It’s possible. That’s what we call a marriage myth. Those are the commonly held beliefs that have a surprisingly big impact on your relationship if you buy into them.

Maybe you think that you’ve fallen out of love, or perhaps that other people just married someone better than you did, and it’s impossible to have what they have. There are dozens of these myths and they are sneaky how they get into our thoughts. And once we think about them enough, we’ll start to believe them, and begin to act on them. It’s like a self-fulfilling prophecy.

In this How-To clip, Joe is talking about how to avoid the common marriage myths and replace those lies with the truth!

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It’s Finally Here! Joe’s NEW Marriage Book

It’s finally here!

Over 25 years ago, Joe began teaching a seminar called, Marriage Building 101 in churches all around the country. Eventually, this teaching became a small group study, and now, it’s a book!

Pre-Order your copy of Joe’s NEW book You Don’t Find a Great Marriage; You Build One and you’ll get a signed copy [while supplies last].

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