Why Speaking Well of Your Spouse Is So Important

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Author Michael Hyatt writes, “Early in our marriage, Gail and I attended a church led by a dynamic, thirty-something pastor. He was an extraordinary communicator. He was a wise and empathetic counselor. As a result, the church grew rapidly.

But as we got better acquainted with him and his wife, we started noticing a disturbing trend in the way they related to one another. They would often make disparaging remarks about the other in public.” Read the rest of Michael’s post here.

Don’t Hide Your Hurt, Heal Your Marriage

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Wounds in a marriage, big or small, can be difficult to deal with. Mark Merrill writes, “Every husband and wife can either choose to cover festering wounds in their relationship and prevent healing or choose to expose those wounds and promote healing.” Read more.

http://www.markmerrill.com/dont-hide-your-hurt-heal-your-marriage#more-8153

Another Giveaway!

2014 Oct Giveaway

We want to give away a free copy of “Take the Date Night Challenge: 52 Creative Ideas to Make Your Marriage Fun” by Dr. Greg Smalley & Erin Smalley. Build romance into your marriage and get to know your spouse, by following these inexpensive, easy, yet creative ideas for dates.

For a chance to win, leave a comment answering the following question:

“What is your favorite inexpensive date?”

We’ll randomly select a winner on October 29th. Don’t miss out on your chance to win this great book.