“With great power comes great responsibility.”
As Stan Lee has said: “A… definition of a hero is someone who is concerned about other people’s well-being, and will go out of his or her way to help them—even if there is no chance of a reward. That person who helps others simply because it should or must be done, and because it is the right thing to do, is indeed, without a doubt, a real superhero.”
These are the true people with power and responsibility, who have the potential to be someone’s hero. We are talking about older men and women who have more life experience, are full of knowledge and wisdom, and most importantly, love God and have been walking with Him longer than us.
How do you determine what’s important in your marriage? How do you navigate marriage when you have different interests and hobbies than your spouse?
In today’s episode, we explore the art of learning alongside each other to grow in the things we love, sharing in the experience together, and nurturing our marriage relationship by choosing to like what the other loves.
Do you ever get stuck in a rut when it comes to pursuing your spouse?
Maybe you have been on autopilot for too long, maybe you have found yourself recently trying to just coast through the last bit of winter, or perhaps you and your spouse have been in a season of disconnection and you just aren’t sure where to pick up. No matter what condition your marriage is in, it is always worth it to pursue one another!
Have you ever sent a text that was taken the wrong way?
Are you guilty of ignoring a text or being non-responsive?
Have you ever been misunderstood through short-hand ways of communicating?
It is said that communication is the key to a good relationship, but what has been said about how we communicate in the 21st century with all the technological advances we have? The rapid ability to communicate via phone, text, or email has definitely thrown a curve ball for those trying to bat a homerun in marriage!
In this episode, we go over the art of communication, what we have to work with, and why it’s so important to be aware of how we use technology to help us communicate.
For many, the word intimacy is often associated with sex or physical connection. While the two things are forms of intimacy, the word itself can be used in many different situations.
Merriam-Webster defines the word intimate as marked by a warm friendship developing through long association. This reminds us that intimacy develops over time. An intimate connection with your spouse is essential to marriage, but it takes intentionality and the willingness to commit to developing that part of your relationship.