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The Third Option
Stay in marriage and be miserable, or get a divorce and be happy? Today, Gary Chapman explains why those aren't the only options.
In the early years of marriage, most couples are expressing love to each other. The problem is that often they are not expressing love in way the other person understands. Listen as Gary Chapman explains what you can do to help improve your marriage and make your spouse feel loved and appreciated.
No matter how bleak your life may appear, yes, there is hope for you. The first step is to turn your life over to God, and the second step is to embrace the reality of your life, without fear. Listen as Gary Chapman shares the hope our future has with God.
Cain or Elijah
Every person who feels anger toward God will follow the example of either Cain or Elijah. Listen as Gary Chapman shares how we can handle anger toward God.
Some things cannot be changed (your physical height, for example). Perhaps the most influential, unchangeable component of your life is your history. By definition, it cannot be changed. It cannot be relived. Listen as Gary Chapman encourages you in how to handle your past.
A Brand of Loving Anger
The Bible draws a clear connection between God’s anger and His love. In the Old Testament, He sent prophets to proclaim His displeasure with the people’s evil deeds and to call them to repentance. If the people repented, then God’s anger subsided, and all was well. However, if they did not repent, then God took additional action. Listen today as Gary Chapman shares how God's anger shows His tremendous love.
It's all About Teamwork
Today, Gary Chapman talks about the teamwork that a husband and wife must have to have a successful marriage to accomplish God's plan for their lives.
Flies in the Ointment
When we get married, we discover all those things about the other person that we didn't know before. Some of those things really irritate us. They are flies in the ointment of our marital unity. Join us today as Gary Chapman talks about how to overcome the little things that can get on each other's nerves.
Messengers of Peace
The familiar prayer attributed to Francis of Assisi asks the Lord to make him an “instrument of peace,” to bring light into darkness, faith into doubt, joy into sadness. But in a world torn by violence—from the Middle East to the streets of Chicago to, perhaps, our own homes—where do we start? Listen as Gary Chapman shares his answer to this difficult problem.
In a healthy marriage, the partners work together as a team to help each other accomplish the objectives and goals that each believes he or she is destined to fulfill. Listen as Gary Chapman encourages couples to become all they were designed to be.
The God of the Bible is characterized as the God who speaks. His words are designed to forge a relationship with people. Join us today while Gary Chapman encourages to trust Christ and His guidance.
The sense of urgency to enjoy another's company—which often is prompted by our good memories of previous encounters—is beneficial in marriage. Listen as Gary Chapman talks about how doing things together build social intimacy.
Being made in God's image, we should seek reconciliation in our relationships. Conflict is inevitable; we will sin against each other. Then what? Listen as Gary Chapman gives thoughts on what you can do to resolve conflict with your spouse.
Today, Gary Chapman talks about the struggle over sex in marriages. He explains the purpose, the struggles, and gives advice to pave the road to mutual sexual fulfillment.
A Brazen Label
Anger was designed to be a visitor, never a resident, in the human heart. All of us experience anger, but holding anger inside by denying, withdrawing, and brooding is not the response. Listen today as Gary Chapman shares thoughts on how to use anger in a godly manner.
When spouses learn to work together to understand, encourage, and support each other—their marriage becomes beautiful. Check out today's program to find out how to turn differences into assets instead of liabilities.
Helpmate and Coworker
The description of a godly woman in Proverbs 31:10-31 includes a wide range of decision-making situations that the wife was responsible for. The woman described in Proverbs 31 certainly could not have felt that her abilities were being underutilized. Listen as Gary Chapman shares how important a woman's role is in marriage.
Living with an Alcoholic
In Proverbs 23, King Solomon wrote a vivid description of the negative effects of chronically drinking to much. Today, Gary Chapman talks about the danger of alcoholism.
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