Making Your Marriage Go the Distance

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You may have a new marriage or a seasoned one. You may have a terrific marriage or a challenging one. No matter the age or state of your marriage, it is always good to learn how to strengthen it -- especially when you can learn from godly teachers.

That’s why we have compiled our best material on marriage in this seven-post Growth Plan. You will learn how to strengthen your marriage, how to build an enduring relationship with your spouse, and how to go the distance for a union that lasts a lifetime.

01 01

Staying Together

It IS possible for a marriage to stay together, but it takes a great deal of work. In today's post, learn how to equip yourself to love your spouse for a lifetime.
02 02

Overcoming the Challenge

There is only one way to change a marriage: you have to allow God to change you first!
03 03

Meeting the Need

It takes commitment and dedication—not to mention unconditional love—to put your spouse's needs above your own.
04 04

Making the Choice

The secret to a lifelong union is to make the choice every day to love your spouse unconditionally and to be responsible for your part of the relationship.
05 05

Falling in Love Again

It’s hard to not compare your marriage to other people’s marriages—especially when you feel as though something is missing in yours.
06 06

Running with Jesus

A lifetime of love is a long time—it takes energy and effort to run alongside your spouse. Without Jesus, you're both just running in circles.
07 07

Making It Last

Is it possible for two people to stay together for a lifetime? It is when Christ is at the center of the relationship.


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