We’re excited to talk with our friend Sandy Wise on the podcast. Sandy and her husband Donald were married for 40 years before he went to heaven 23 months ago. We (Ted and Nancie) met them in 1998 working at summer camps and at North Point Church. We’re honored to have her join us.
What does “for better or for worse” really mean? A surprise birthday party when you get home from work… your spouse doing the taxes and reorganizing your entire filing system – are those better or worse? The truth is, promising your life to someone is more than surprise parties and taxes – we’re all going to face better and worse.
We all know what it feels like to lose perspective—we get caught up in the little problems in our day-to-day life and marriage. The laundry isn’t folded, your spouse is late getting the kids or getting home from work, etc.
Valentine’s Day is a big deal in our culture. Should we get excited about it? The good news about the day is that it serves as a pause to stop and do something for your spouse. The tough part is that many of us don’t know what would speak well to our spouse.
MP 020: How do I help my spouse deal with pain from a previous relationship? (With Sam & Toni Collier)
This episode of the MarriedPeople podcast is going to be a little different. That’s because we’re highlighting the incredible story of one couple—Sam and Toni Collier. You won’t want to miss hearing from them and learning from their marriage.