Each Sunday, you’ll receive one email from me with seven strategies to carry you through the week. They’re short, sweet (well, not too sweet), and to the point with encouragement, prompts, questions, thoughts to ponder, or action steps to improve your marriage. And they’re FREE!!!
Join me in refusing to settle for less than God has for us in our marriages. Remember, Jesus died to redeem every part of your life. You can experience His redemption in every part of your marriage. Woo-hoo!
The Big Four Strategies are four powerful steps you can use today to begin setting your marriage on the right track. They come straight from Scripture, not a system I created. They are literally the method God is using to transform me (and therefore, my marriage) by renewing my mind. By teaching me to think and behave differently. The cool thing is, you can implement these strategies even if your spouse isn’t interested or won’t. You can use them immediately, no matter the condition of your marriage. I know this FREE resource will bless you!
Available Valentine's Day 2024
Without the proper foundation, the most beautiful building—or marriage—can collapse.
We all come to marriage with expectations and ideas, with knowledge and suppositions. If we don’t measure these against God’s truths, we will build our relationship on lies. That’s when the foundation can shift as on sand, bringing us to the brink of disaster.
Joined by God: Unconventional Devotions for Christian Couples exposes common misconceptions about marriage and critical truths from Scripture, guides couples through analyzing their marriage, and reveals what can be done to immediately improve it. Even if a spouse reads alone because their mate is resistant or uninterested, or conflicting schedules make reading together impossible, using this book can bring lasting improvement, growth, and intimacy.
Give God seven weeks. Let Him change your life and your marriage.
What happens when the miracle you’ve prayed for threatens to destroy your marriage?
Laurie Crane is happily married, yet she aches to have a child. During her husband’s moments of quiet sadness, she senses a void she believes only a child can fill. Pierce wants a child, too, and has spent years praying alongside his wife. But he has no idea that a "yes" from God will unearth long-buried memories and bring their marriage to the brink of catastrophe. What happens when "happily-ever-after" becomes more than you can bear?
Sticks and stones may break bones, but words can crush the spirit.
Since childhood, Julie Matthews has felt closest to God when singing. Mere days away from realizing her lifelong dream of singing professionally, she awakens in a hospital room unable to speak. Suddenly her dreams and God seem distant.
Rick Matthews supports his ambitious wife but has no solution for the constant tension between them. During Julie’s recovery, Rick becomes Julie’s caregiver, and their marriage undergoes a wonderful change—they rediscover each other.
But as Julie’s voice grows stronger, unseen wounds surface and years of unhealthy habits begin again to pull them apart. Faced with losing their newly rekindled love, Julie and Rick are forced to evaluate the state of their marriage and how their dysfunction has affected their marriage and their children.
After ten years of marriage to the only man she’s ever loved, why is Angelina so unhappy?
As a wealthy yet lonely wife, Angelina Rousseau pours all her emotions into her paintings. Desperate for affection and attention, she finds herself willing to do almost anything to feel loved. Her husband Nick is determined to provide everything Angie could want, including finally giving her what she’s asked for most—time with him. When what seems to be the perfect financial investment turns sour, he’s arrested for real estate fraud, but soon learns being accused of multiple felonies is the least of his worries.
Once again Nick’s choices negatively affect Angelina. This time she’s forced to part with cherished possessions to finance his defense and protect her future. When Angelina’s carefully built walls begin to crumble, both husband and wife must examine their emotionally bankrupt marriage. Yet even if they discover what went wrong between them, Nick could still spend the rest of his life in prison. Could having it all cost Nick and Angie more than they ever imagined?