Invest in what’s most important to you – This Marriage Week (September 10-16) we are taking time to focus on marriages! Helping you invest into your marriage with some great resources from our relationship and family experts.
In our fast-paced world, many couples are finding their busy schedules lead to fatigue and time pressures that are undermining the quality of their marriages. It’s hard to intentionally make space to invest in our spouses and families but this Marriage Week we want to encourage you to take that time.
First Steps to Financial Freedom as a Couple
There’s no one right way to get your finances under control, but there are certain principles couples need to follow to reach freedom. The fact that money is a major stressor in marriage is not news. The way we spend and save can be a black or white issue for many of us. Read more.
Free Marriage Assessment from Focus on the Family
We are so glad you’ve taken this step to invest in your marriage. Based on research and experience from Greg and Erin Smalley, Focus on the Family has created valid and reliable questions that evaluate the strength of 12 essential traits of your marriage —areas such as communication, conflict, and commitment. The assessment is free and takes about 10 minutes to complete.
6 Creative Ways to Keep Romance Alive
7 Healthy Habits That Will Improve Your Marriage
Halt the unhealthy communication patterns that hurt your relationship and replace them with healthy ones to strengthen your marriage. Read more.
10 Common Conflict Pitfalls from Renovate Your Relationship
This list includes common pitfalls that fuel disconnection and conflict…Take a read to ensure you’re not falling into any of these traps. Read more.
3 Corrosive Cs in Relationships
They’re a big theme in the counseling room where Relationship expert and neuropsychotherapist Joanne Wilson spends much of her week… the three corrosive Cs in relationships. Joanne spells them out for us and lets us know what you can do about them. Read more.