Displaying Christian Sermons by tag: marriagetoday
Prioritizing Romance in Your Marriage - Jimmy Evans. Romance is a very misunderstood topic, and our priorities can get out of order quickly in marriage. Jimmy shares one of the main things that helped save his marriage and how you can prioritize romance with your spouse. This is Part 1 of Prioritizing Romance from the XO 2020 Marriage Conference.
How to Fall Back In / Stay In Love - Tim Ross | Marriage in Transition Podcast. Sometimes marriage isn't easy. In fact, sometimes it can be difficult to love your spouse. Do you find yourself needing encouragement about how to fall back in or stay in love? Let Tim Ross, Pastor of Embassy City Church, guide you in the 3 secrets to staying married.
Talking to My Parents About Their Marriage - Jimmy & Karen Evans. Do your parents have a bad marriage? Do you feel the need to talk to your parents about their marriage?
Indestructible Communication | The MarriageToday Podcast - Jimmy and Karen. Communication affects every issue in marriage. We must talk about money, conflict and every other area in the relationship. Effective communication never happens by accident, it's always on purpose.
Keeping Laughter in Your Marriage - Sean and Lanette Reed. Laughter is so important to a healthy marriage. Sean and Lanette Reed discuss keeping your relationship light hearted and enjoying your time together. We can find ourselves only talking about the stressful things in our lives to our spouse and neglecting the joy of connecting together with fun light hearted laughter as a couple.
Holiday Traditions To Help Your Marriage - Dave and Ashley Willis. The Christmas season can bring about stresses that put a strain on a marriage. Dave and Ashley Willis share some holiday traditions that will help you and your spouse enjoy this holiday season to the fullest.
Faith Over Fear - An Encouraging Prayer from Dave & Ashley Willis. We know this season can be stressful, but we want you to know God is in control. You are not alone! He is always with you and we are with you too. Lean into your faith, prioritize your family and remember what matters most.