What Transformation IS and ISN’T

What Transformation IS and ISN’T

Your marriage is a mess. You’re struggling with an addiction. Fear or confusion or sin has sunk its hooks in your brain. Circumstances in your past have left you deeply wounded. You desperately need things to be different, and you know God wants things to be different for you. What will that transformation look like? What can you expect?

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How to Transform your Marriage Communication

How to Transform your Marriage Communication

The communication in your marriage could certainly be healthier. You fight, nag, yell, criticize, or give your spouse the silent treatment. Perhaps you or your spouse sometimes (or often?) slips into verbal abuse. Things shouldn’t be this way. But how do you transform your marriage communication?

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Transformation Brings Dead Things to Life

Transformation Brings Dead Things to Life

The change true transformation brings is as different as life is from death, white from black, light from darkness. We’re not talking about a haircut and change of clothes, or some new cosmetics. You may have been (or are now) living a life of victimhood, people pleasing, addiction, marriage misery, fear, or any variety of brokenness. But God specializes in resurrection. When He brings transformation it brings dead things to life.

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Do You Need a Transformed Marriage?

Do You Need a Transformed Marriage?

Relationship status is more than a tag on Facebook, or a box you check when filling out your tax return. The quality of your closest personal relationships is likely to make a greater difference in your wellbeing than any other single factor, and if you’re married that means your relationship with your spouse. To paraphrase a nursery rhyme, “When it’s good, it’s very very good. And when it’s bad, it’s horrid.” If your marriage is not “very very good,” you need a transformed marriage.

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