My husband and I have been blogging on marriage for 7 years now. I have been encouraging wives through Unveiled Wife and Aaron has been encouraging husbands through Husband Revolution. As much as we have loved working together on these two amazing resources, we have desired to bring couples something from the both of us!
Marriage After God is a weekly show hosted by Aaron and I. We are going to share conversations on relevant marriage topics that will inspire couples to chase after God together.
I think it goes without saying that we all need to be comforted at times. I also would imagine that many of us have not been comforted when needed it most. In today’s episode, we want to encourage our listeners to not be afraid to go and comfort as well as to receive it when offered. We also give biblical backing on why and how we should comfort one another.
“The beauty of the body of Christ is that each and every part is unique, your marriage included, and God will use your uniqueness for His purposes if you let Him.” – Marriage After God Book
Are you a Christian? Do you love God and His Word? Then you are a vital and necessary part of the body of Christ. In this episode, it is our heart’s desire to encourage you to know beyond a shadow of a doubt that God has given you His Spirit and gifts to be used by Him for His purposes. This world needs you and your spouse more than ever. This world needs your unique gifts, talents, and resources for the work of sharing Christ and in redemption to the world. Please listen and be encouraged.
In our modern-day culture, the word Love is not as defined as it used to be, or at least it used in a much broader sense and as a result has become diluted. And the love of some things cannot be the same love that we have for people, is it? No. obviously there are different kinds of love. When we say we love our kids or our spouse…. we are not loving them with the same kind of love that we do inanimate objects, hobbies or food. So who gets to define love? culture? modern history? Poems, magazines, or how we individually define it…or is love defined by something else or someone else? It is unfortunate that the word Love has been watered down so much and used in so many ways. It can be easy to use it just as flippantly in the more important relationships. In this episode, we discuss this idea and ask ourselves a real and serious question. When we say we love how do we know we mean it?