Scott Kedersha, author of "Ready or Knot," talks about financial differences a man and a woman bring into a marriage. Kedersha remembers the debt he brought into his marriage while his wife, Kristin, had none. The way they handled money lead to significant challenges, which is why he encourages couples considering marriage to ask some hard financial questions, like "What is your financial picture?"Show Notes and Resources Listen to Heather Jamison's story Restoring Innocence. https://www.familylife.com/podcast/familylife-today/restoring-innocence-part-1/ Download the Stronger Forever ebook and enter for a chance to go on the FamilyLife's Love Like You Mean It® cruise. https://www.familylife.com/stronger Learn more about becoming a Legacy Partner, a monthly supporter of FamilyLife. https://www.familylife.com/legacy
Author Scott Kedersha walks us through a few of the questions couples should ask before getting married. According to Kedersha, one of the biggest issues for couples is dealing with differences. When we're married to someone who's different, it helps us become more like Christ. He reminds us that the things that drive you crazy now become so much less important down the road.
Are you and your sweetheart on the same page spiritually? Scott Kedersha, director of marriage ministry at Watermark Community Church, tells why it's important to talk about your faith with your fiancé before tying the knot. Who do they say Jesus is? How do I know if they're really a believer? If you and your spouse aren't spiritually aligned, it's not a good match, no matter what else lines up.
Trail Life USA® CEO Mark Hancock talks about the differences between boys and girls and the need to have boy-specific activities in scouting. Trail Life USA, he explains, is a boy-focused scouting organization that gives boys plenty of outdoor activities to challenge them and call out their inner competitor.
Mark Hancock is the CEO of Trail Life USA®, a scouting program for boys with a Christian focus. He talks about the need for boys to develop a healthy sense of self and how they are falling behind girls in almost every single way, as they struggle with the true measure of manhood. Inspired by risk and competition, boys need lots of physical activity to engage the brain, something Trail Life USA is trying to instill.
Authors Aaron and Jennifer Smith believed from day one that God had called them together, but the difficulties in their first few years had them wondering if they might have been mistaken. Despite their early challenges, they believed they were joined together for a mission, and they remind us to invest in the kingdom of God, starting in our own families.
Authors Aaron and Jennifer Smith tell how they found themselves at odds with one another when intimacy issues made it impossible to consummate their marriage. Aaron turned to porn in frustration, and Jennifer battled her own grief and anger. Hear how Aaron found freedom from pornography and how Jennifer learned to be his ally in the effort.
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