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Every week, we release a new episode on a different marriage topic.
As married couples, we can find ourselves in negative cycles of conflict. We argue, and can’t seem to get past it. It’s easy to think that the answer lies within the details of who was right and who was wrong, but typically, we’re not really arguing about what we’re arguing about.
The condition of our marriage tends to go up and down depending on how well that we’re managing our marriage. Obviously, the dynamics between the two of you are important. But there’s another relationship that matters even more.
Having fun and intimacy in your marriage—is it essential or extra? We all like fun and intimacy, but it’s easy to think other things in are more important. The good news is that God views fun and intimacy in our marriage as essential.
Your marital habits either lead to the connection or disconnection of your us. We’ve had other habits that we’ve tried to change before and then we’ve been unsuccessful. But marital habits are different, because they’re relational, which means they’re emotional. And therein lies the answer.
No matter where you’re currently finding your marriage, you can experience more moments of awesome, and less moments of awful, because God gives us clear directions and instructions for our marriage.
No one wants to have a boring marriage, but the busyness of life often keeps us from having fun together. So how can we be intentional about having adventures with our spouse? To discuss that question, we welcome back our first repeat guest on the podcast—Dr. Matt Turvey of WinShape Marriage.