Monthly Archives: June, 2018

The Millennial Marriage

June 20th, 2018

Written By: Ashley Hébert “Laughter is the best medicine.” I’ve heard this quote a hundred times, as I’m sure you have, as well. As cliche as it is, it’s a pretty tough statement to argue. Never have I heard someone in my life say that they feel worse after they laugh. From a psychological standpoint, laughing […]

Three Things Everyone Needs Part 2

June 15th, 2018

By: Gary Sawyer As we began our discussion regarding “Three things that everyone needs” I mentioned that one of the more formative times of my life was when I was in the Boy Scouts. Also, as a young teenager, another formative experience for me was sitting in my parent’s living room and listening to my […]

Making the Most Out of Attending a Wedding

June 1st, 2018

Wedding season is upon us. That means there’s a good chance you’ll have at least one wedding ceremony to attend over the next few months. Some people love attending weddings… while others don’t. But whether you enjoy going to a wedding or not, recognize this: it can be a great occasion to strengthen your own […]

Seeing the beauty of what marriage is meant to be motivated me to invest thought, time and energy into loving my husband better by God's grace. I'm thankful for the space it carved out in our busy lives, to evaluate our marriage and apply practices that help us connect to the hope we have in Christ as we interact with each other. Laura McCauley
I would like to submit to you that investing in MEF is worth your time and money. You will leave knowing your spouse at a more intimate level then when you started, regardless of how long you have been married. Jill Gable