The Foundations of a Biblical Marriage & Family Series: Part 1
The world is in absolute chaos today. Communities have adopted a view of hate instead of love. People go through life in a state of hopelessness. Marriages are crumbling and with the crumbling of the marriage comes the crumbling of a family. And when the family crumbles then a domino effect takes place dismantling our communities and then nations. But as Believers, we have the antidote for those seeking hope. His name is Jesus Christ.
Today, Eric and I are launching a new series on the podcast called The Foundations of a Biblical Marriage & Family. Turning to God’s Word, His instruction manual on how to do life, is what every Christ-follower should seek to do so your marriage and family are built on a firm foundation. When your marriage is strong, then your family unit will be strong. It is these two units that will naturally draw others, those who are void of hope, consumed with pain, wrapped in fear, and lacking love that will turn to you because of the light that permeates from your life. Your witness is designed to draw others to Jesus Christ.
And when I am lifted up from the earth, I will draw everyone to myself. John 12:32 NLT
So let’s find out what God’s plan is for marriage so we can establish our house on the Rock instead of the sand.
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Live a poured out life for Christ,
As always Jolene, can’t wait to cozy up with Timothy and listen thoughtfully. I am sure this will be an AMAZING series! You guys rock!!!!!
Aww, thanks for your encouraging words, Beth!
I got married 5 yrs ago, with two teenage girls. Their relationship is so bad even though I have prayed and asked God to intervene. My husband made a statement that says ” he married me and not my children, they are not his and he is not responsible for them” when we got married , I already had a house, and he lives with us. He wants the children to go so it can only be us and our little girl. please help me as I want my marriage to work and also want him to a relationship with my daughters.
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