After the Vows

Can I Safely Assume?

By Dustin Ellis on

Assumptions aren’t bad; in fact, they’re necessary so long as we are aware of them. It is in our nature to create stories in our heads from the assumptions we make about our spouse’s feelings and behaviors.  An assumption is a prediction about what will happen based on...

Looking For Prince Charming

By Ingrid Myers on

  I grew up watching the old Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella movie on television each year. I’m sure this was just one of many things that influenced me to believe that there was a Prince Charming out there for me. Someone who would come and change my life, make me feel...

Wait...you too?!

By Jessica Fraser on

We sat across from each other on the couch. I was on the verge of tears, and we both felt we were at the end of our rapidly fraying ropes. This season we’ve been in, one of obedience and surrender, has been the most difficult one we’ve faced together. God has been silent on many of...

God Sees Your Hurt

By Gavin Carrier on

When I was in 5th or 6th grade, I remember my parents telling me that they were separating.  Later I found out that one of my parents had an affair, and that I actually knew the person! I remember feeling confused at first, but then a great deal of betrayal and anger flared up against the...

Tough Conversations and Romans 12

By Scot Pollok on

Marriage is filled with tough conversations. And one of the differences between healthy and unhealthy marriages is the way you navigate these moments. Some are unexpected. Others need to happen and one or both spouses are just waiting for an opportunity. But sadly, in these critical...

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