• Marriage is to be a mutually satisfying relationship. We’re focusing in on MUTUAL. Dr. Suess knows it, “I am weird, you are weird. Everyone in
  • R and JL sitting in a tree. K-I-S-S-I-N-G. First comes love. Then comes marriage. Then comes JL with a baby carriage. The order of relationship
  • Where love is the seed, resentment is a path on which no seed will grow. Bitterness stays right there to devour any prospect of love
  • “Submit to each other out of reverence for Christ” (Eph. 5:21). In this bible verse and following, submission is not about authority. It is about
  • What did you say?When was the last time you asked someone that or someone asked you?  Often, the asker has an assumption of what was
  • JL says she used to have an anaphylactic reaction to saying, “I’m sorry.” I have always been quick to say, “I’m sorry.” Yet, I realized that
  • “Let’s talk about avoiding conflict.” “I’d rather not.” Has your partner ever tried to have a conversation about avoiding conflict but couldn’t because you didn’t
  • “Here and now” is not always the place and time to have an important and difficult conversation.  When you have mutually agreed on a time