When did you first start playing 'the game of love'? Often we experience this for the first time in childhood and as teenagers. These first experiences of being loved or not loved affect us and where we are at today. What are your perspectives on love? How do you define it in one word? Love is not just ..
Axis is For Lovers, Part 2: Love Actually
by Jarrett Stevens
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Married couples that make God the center of their union use three C-words critically important to their marriage's success. "Communication" is one of those words, but the way we communicate in a marriage is just as important as communicating itself. Fault-finding, rather than being each other's cheerleader, ..
Making The Most of Your Marriage, Part 2: The Love of Your Life
by Lee Strobel
Becoming parents is indeed, a joyous event, but it is also one of the greatest transition times of a marriage. Sometimes it causes some major areas of conflict. If money, housework, baby care, extended family matters and free time weren't issues before parenthood, they become issues. Fortunately, there ..
Making The Most of Your Marriage, Part 4: And Then We Ha
by Nancy Beach
Song of Songs is one of the most surprising books in the Bible. Its graphic descriptions of romantic love are enough to make you blush. Yet in the desires of the two loversand their chorus of well-wisherswe discover something of Gods design for human sexuality. Love is meant to be ..
Old Testament Challenge, Part 16: Song of Solomon
by John Ortberg
Reel Relationships, Part 2: Titanic: Keeping Romance Afloat
by Mike Breaux
The Power of Love, Part 2: Romantic Love
by Jim Tomberlin
The ultimate purpose of relationships is to represent God to each other so His love can be seen in tangible ways. The only way we can do this is if we first experience Him change our heart. We must look only to Him and not to another human being to complete. We must carefully guard our hearts since ..
Transformations, Part 2: In Dating
by Willow Creek Student Impact
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If the law of entropy says that over time when left to themselves, things tend to break down, what does that mean for your marriage? If the only thing you need to do for your marriage to deteriorate is nothing, then what can you do to build your marriage? Following the six-step “investment strategy” ..
When The Honeymoon's Over, Part 3: Investing in Your Spouse
by Tim Schroeder