When You Think It's Dying

What do you do when it feels like it’s been so long since your spouse even wanted to try to work on things? What happens when the pain builds up faster than the forgiveness can heal the wounds? When it seems like it’s all just too hard? Every marriage is different, and there are no hard and fast rules for how to take a marriage from broken to whole, but there are some guiding principles that can help bring some light to the dark. 

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5 Steps to Better Sex in 2019

I don’t think I’ve ever heard a married person say, “I hope my sex life never gets more enjoyable than it is right now.” Sex is one of those areas of marriage that can always be improved upon. If your sex life with your spouse is going well, just imagine what awaits around the corner with a little hard work and intentionality! And if it’s not going well, these five steps can help move you on a journey toward something more fulfilling, satisfying, and intimacy-building in your marriage.

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2018: A Look Back

We don’t often get to share stories like this one, because so many of our clients are dealing with very difficult and complex situations that can take months or even years to resolve. But when we do get to share a success story like Michael & Karen, it thrills us immensely. Praise be to God for his power to heal broken people and broken relationships!

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You Can Make a Difference

Out of 50 states, Indiana had the sixth highest divorce rate. Just under 20 people out of every 1,000 married individuals turned to divorce that year. Admittedly, that may not seem like a lot, but when you consider that there were 2.6 million married Hoosiers at the time, that means that a little more than FIFTY THOUSAND people in Indiana got divorced in 2017 alone.

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I Vow to Work

Even when we walk the path He sets before us, we often have to work at it. Hard. The path Jesus leads us on is often steep and treacherous and takes more that we ever imagined we would need to give.

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