Let’s talk about commitment Before you get married, how can you know your future spouse’s commitment to you? The truth…
Lie #2: I’m Supposed to be Happy For many people, they believe that their personal happiness is what matters most…
A vow is a solemn promise of one’s intention. It is a covenant between two individuals who are coming together for a specific purpose.
Do you remember when you and your spouse first kissed? Last week we celebrated the 40th anniversary of our first kiss.
In 1965 The Righteous Brothers first released “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’” and it quickly shot to the top of the charts in the United States and the UK.
A runner focuses ahead in a race, anticipating the finish line. A golfer anticipates where the ball is going. Businesses have plans by which they operate for the future.
John Stonestreet (@JBStonestreet) said, “The most significant images of marital love are only seen at the end, not the beginning of life together.”
We have recently been astounded at how many couples we know who are choosing to end their marriage. Are you seeing the same thing? It is breaking our hearts.
In our work with couples, we see faltering and failing marriages because one mate has chosen to seek “greener grass” with someone else.
In 1957 the two couples pictured above said their vows before God and man committing to persevere in marriage and remain fully committed to their spouse.