A Great Book for Couples Moving Towards Marriage – Ready or Knot?
I am able to walk a few couples a year through pre-marital counseling. This little book is a great resource to help couples have the right conversations before they tie the knot. There is a corresponding Bible study on RightNow Media.
The wedding day is just one day in the life of a couple. But God’s design is for marriage to last a lifetime. So how can someone know that the person they’re with is the one they can truly build a life with–especially when so few marriages around them work?
Pastor Scott Kedersha has worked with more than 5,000 premarital couples to prepare them for the biggest decision of their lives. In Ready or Knot? he offers practical and Christ-centered guidance for couples for all of the days after the wedding day. Through authentic stories from real couples about the decisions they made (or wish they’d made), Scott asks the hard questions so his readers can break free from the watered-down Hollywood version of marriage and build their lives together on the right foundation–the unchanging Word of God.
A Great Article for Personal Development – Why Coaching is So Valuable
Dr. Rick Forbus has helped our team — and me — grow tremendously. He’s a great coach with a heart to serve. Click the link above to read his recent article about the value of coaching. I think you’ll find it helpful, especially as we all re-focus during this season. Need a deeper dive? I’d encourage you to email Rick directly.
Affordable Batteries – AmazonBasics High Performance Batteries
It seems like I can never find the batteries I need at home when I need them. AmazonBasic batteries have solved that problem for me. I ordered several sizes in bulk without spending a fortune. They seem to perform well.
A Quote from I’m Thinking About
Marriage is designed to create a safe place for a husband and wife to be exposed and without shame, and it is intended to be different from any other relationship. We mess this thing up big time, and we pay the price. When couples hide, lie, and pretend in front of each other, it’s the exact opposite of the oneness God intends and we desire.” — Scott Kedersha