Sunday, April 17, 2011

Start Marriage Right

I love weddings. Such joyous celebrations of love and commitment! On the contrary, I hate divorces. Such ugly, painful, messy, & unwise decisions! My parents are divorced. My husband's parents are divorced. His aunts, brother, and sister are divorced. Marriage is designed by God and is meant for a lifetime. I am thankful that the Lord has brought my husband and me together and has kept us together for almost 20 years so far. He has truly blessed us and our marriage. A Christ-centered, God-honoring marriage is the best and is powerful for furthering God's kingdom but it takes hard work because satan is right there to attack it. I am excited to share with you a wonderful free website that provides valuable resources for couples to strengthen their marriage: . The website's goal is to equip, guide, and prepare people for successful, lifelong marriages and to decrease/prevent failed marriages. It's especially useful for singles, dating and engaged couples, and newlyweds but I think even oldieweds will benefit from it, too. I enjoyed reading the articles which offer Biblically sound, practical advice. Here are a few examples: 5 Essential Traits for a Strong and Lasting MarriageComplementing, Not Conflicting, in Marriage, Why Sharing Hopes and Hurts Strengthen the Home. I also like the feature that people can submit their own question(s) by using the form on the website.

The website includes:
  • Interesting articles about various issues all couples face as they enter into marriage
  • Q & A with Dr. Gary Chapman, author of The 5 Love Languages.
  • Insightful interviews with relationship experts
  • Blog
  • Fun and insightful videos
  • Links to practical resources from marriage counseling experts
  • and more!
Check out and spread the word. Please let your pastors and/or your church's marriage/family ministry leaders know about this website. Let us all help new couples start their marriage right! 


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