Social media and technology have an influence over our entire culture. That includes your marriage, whether you realize it or not. But how? We sat down with social media guru Dave Adamson to discuss.
Most of us date quite a bit before we’re married. But those dates seemed to stop after we got married. We spend so much time with our spouse that we don’t need to date, right? Well, dating is still important for staying connected in our marriages.
Adopting a child or becoming foster parents is a huge step in anyone’s life. So how do you make that decision together as a married couple? As someone who has both fostered and adopted children, Katie Edwards is the perfect person to talk to about this subject.
Regardless of if you’re a Christian or not, local churches have a unique opportunity to help out the marriages in their community. But often times, marriage ministry is not a priority at the church. So how can we be a part of changing that?
We all want to set our spouses up to be the best they can be, but what does that really look like? Mike Owens in founder and CEO of Ground Breakers, a youth leadership development organization and outreach ministry in the Atlanta area and abroad. Mike is also the senior pastor and founder of Evolve ATL, and a regular contributor to MarriedPeople.
Marriages are a merging of two families. This means adding your in-laws to your life. Sometimes, it’s easy to have a great relationship with your in-laws. Other times, it’s not. So how do you work on this important relationship and not have it hurt your marriage?