Monthly Archives: July, 2018

How well do you know your spouse?

July 26th, 2018

Written by: Nathan Bell You probably think you know your spouse pretty well. After all, you do live together… and have lots of opportunities to talk, and do things together, and observe your life partner. But the truth is, most people don’t know their spouses as well as they think. And the holes that exist […]

Self-Care 101

July 16th, 2018

By: Meggie Nance How to care for yourself without it being all about you What comes to mind when you hear the term “self-care”? Do you begin to imagine all the pampering that you would partake in if only you didn’t have _______ to do, or ____ amount of kids, or _____ dollars of financial […]

Living From The Heart

July 3rd, 2018

Written by: Kolby Nance In my last blog post, I wrote about connecting in relationship. While ‘Connecting’ is a vague term and often can be a mysterious concept, it is something that we all long for. We all deeply long to feel connected to others and God. Belonging is one of the most basic human […]

This is not your typical 'go out on a date and your marital problems will go away' fix. It teaches communication, expressing your feelings in a non-threatening way, and thinking about the other person - not yourself. But, the biggest part is that it is Christ-centered teaching and it focuses on a closer relationship with Him. I wish we would have had these programs years ago. Bruce and Linda Leber
In all the MEF programs, God is first. The Forum helped to make the association of marriage to Biblical beliefs. It helped us have a much clearer understanding that marriage is a reflection of your relationship with God. Greg and Jilanne Smith