Hope for hurting marriages



Many marriages in our churches and communities are barely holding together.

The termites eating at marriage

Neglect, complacency, assumptions, taking each other for granted, negativity and loss of good-will — these are the termites that eat at marriage relationships.

The pressures and challenges often lead to patterns of neglect and complacency.

A marriage cannot be a mutually satisfying relationship without intentional effort (Below I share 5 key commitments for a good marriage).

Many husbands and wives do not enjoy the meaningful companionship because they are unwilling to invest the necessary time and effort. 

A more troubling reason marriages don’t survive is a refusal to seek help.

Those who find themselves in an extended or an often repeated marital decline typically need assistance from a wise counselor to move toward a healthy marriage.

Wives are generally more willing to accept counsel than husbands. The male ego often holds couples…

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