How To Improve Communication in a Christian Marriage Playful Words This is session Seven in the marriage communication workshop where couples will learn marriage communication tips be guided through communication exercise, given tools to help with better communication. Wives will learn to improve intimacy while keeping their voice and stop feeling like a door mat in marriage. Playful words in marriage, fun in marriage feminine wiles in marriage

How to Improve Communication in a Christian Marriage: Playful

Would you describe your relationship as Playful, Flirtatious and Fun?  How long has it been since those words fit your Christian Marriage?  The pressures, responsibilities and burdens of life tend to steal our Joy and that is dangerous to a successful marriage.  When you are married with children there is even more stress to steal […]

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The #1 Way to Win at Communication in a Christian Marriage

Is Communication in your Christian Marriage a struggle?  It is for us too.  We disagree, argue, bicker, misunderstand each other, forget to share important details and respond in disrespectful ways all too often.   It feels like we get stuck in a cycle and can’t find our way back to friendly communication in our Christian Marriage.  Can […]

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The Magic of Playful Words in the Life of Your Marriage

Have you ever been dutifully happily reading along during your morning quiet time (still half asleep- spilling coffee on your journal) and find Jesus stepping all over your toes with His powerful words? “But if you bite and devour one another, take care that you are not consumed by one another” (Galatians 5:15 NASB).   […]

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