Posts Tagged ‘marriage’

The Marriage Tip You Need During Quarantine

“Why does he not see things the way I do?” This question rang in my head as I walked up and down my street. Step after step did not take me further from the selfish anger that seemed to float around me like a thick cloud. Marriage is one of the sweetest things I’ve ever known and yet at the same time can test me the most in hard moments. One of the best pieces… … Continue reading

What’s YOUR Chapter Called?

  THANK YOU for sharing some life with me on the air last week by telling me, if we were writing a book together, what your chapter would be titled in a book on parenting…marriage…a book on being single…even on how to be a better puppy owner! When my friend who’s currently writing her novel for NaNoWriMo first told me to try this challenge, my goal was to get to know you better, but really I learned… … Continue reading

12 Ways to Make Your Remarriage Work

My wife Brenda and I have been married for almost 15 years—remarried that is. We were both active and involved in our churches before we met, so we never thought we would find ourselves on this side of the marriage fence. Divorce was not in our plan. Yet, both of us found ourselves divorced, I did it with the help of Sharon Liko, men’s rights attorny, then after healing, dating again, and asking, “How do… … Continue reading

A New Playbook For Your Marriage

New Plays for a Better Marriage I don’t claim to be very knowledgeable about football but I do know that teams have different plays for different situations. The quarterback barks out some numbers, flips the ball to the guy behind him (whatever that position is) and everyone seems to know just what to do. Sometimes, they pass the ball or kick the ball or run the ball. Sometimes they catch the ball, put it on… … Continue reading

Does Your Marriage Reflect Christ?

A few years ago I learned  the important lesson that marriage is a reflection of our relationship with Christ. Katie and I faced the biggest crisis of our marriage. I started pastoring Woodland Christian Church when it was fairly small. Within three years the congregation had tripled in size. I admit that before I became a pastor, I was completely unaware of how much work is actually involved in shepherding a church of even a few hundred people. I had… … Continue reading

WayFM Marriage Conference FAQ

Is the conference rescheduled due to COVID-19? Yes. For everyone’s safety and likely government orders, we have postponed the WayFM marriage conference to November 14, 2020 and will now be held virtually. If you have already registered keep an eye on your inbox for an updated confirmation and access code. What safety precautions are you taking due to COVID-19? The WayFM Marriage Conference is happening virtually! You will be able to enjoy all of the… … Continue reading

Joel and Luke From for King & Country Talk Marriage With Their Wives

The Wally Show isn’t afraid to get real! Luke and his wife Courtney plus Joel and his wife Moriah Peters came in to talk all things marriage, including answering the question: “What is one area you think you could improve in your marriage?”  Looking for a great morning show? Listen to The Wally Show every weekday from 5:00-10:00am on 89.7 WAY-FM! 😄 Listen now. We also talked about their song “Joy” and had some fun with… … Continue reading

Why Marriage Won’t Complete You

What I wouldn’t give to go back to the final scene in the movie “Jerry Maguire” and change Tom Cruise’s romantic line, “I love you…you complete me!” WHY? Because it’s unhealthy and untrue. There. I like that line a lot better. It’s so unfair how the movies that make us swoon and tear up with sweet emotion often carry messages that leave us confused when we do fall in love. 1. Your Spouse Cannot Complete You.… … Continue reading