Category: Relationships

The Stages of Marriage/Relationship Counseling

May 30, 2020
Just minutes after the crash, the paramedics were using the jaws of life to carve Tom and Mary out of their mangled vehicle. The couple was rushed to the Central...

Women and Anger

January 15, 2020
Gender culture has shifted quite a lot over the last millennia. Not so long ago, women were considered the property of either their fathers or their husbands. They were not...

Learning to Listen

January 11, 2018
Have you ever wanted to share something that has been bothering you with someone you love? They have hurt your feelings in some way and you want to let them...

Being Intentional in Your Marriage

September 29, 2017
There was a sense of excitement in the room. Ten couples had signed up for a weekend Marriage Retreat and the first session was about to begin. Preparations had been...

5 Signs of Relational Trauma

July 20, 2017
Wearing her pink apron, my not-quite-two year old granddaughter stirs flour in a large bowl, swirls of flour-dust wafting up from the bowl, catching in her hair, landing on the...

8 Steps to Listen Well

July 3, 2017
“How do I get my spouse to listen to me?” is a common question I hear from couples who come into counseling. There is frustration and a desire for connection....

Maintaining Happily Ever After

October 26, 2016
It’s Cinderella’s fault. This idea of happily ever after. She meets her handsome prince, they sing, dance and then ride off into the sunset with the words “And they lived...


September 27, 2016
“Better is open rebuke than hidden love. Wounds from a friend can be trusted, but an enemy multiplies kisses.” Proverbs 27:5,6 We’re doing a series on friendship at our church...
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