Dennis and Barbara Rainey join Michael in studio and discuss how to keep the romance alive in your marriage and how to encourage millennials when juggling their passions and ambitions in conjunction with marriage and family.
Are we missing out on a more fulfilling marriage and life because we’ve misunderstood the pursuit of holiness? Join Michael Easley in studio with best-selling author and speaker, Gary Thomas, as they discuss the biblical perspective to cultivating a successful marriage.
Whether you’ve been married for two years or fifty years, marriage can be a challenge. Listen in as Michael Easley discusses common marital trouble spots with his dear friends, Robert and Liz White who serve with re|engage, a national marriage enrichment program.
A great marriage demands intentionality and hard work from a husband and wife. Hear Dr. Michael Easley in studio with his wife, Cindy, as they discuss personal struggles in the early years of their marriage and advice on how to explore your own expectations of marriage.
Hebrews 4:12 tells us that the word of God is living and active, and that it is able to judge the thoughts and intentions of the heart. If this is true, how important might the study of God’s Word truly be in relation to the health and strength of our marriages? What if the more we delve into God’s Word, the more happy, healthy, and holy our marriages become?
The Bible opens with a marriage and closes with a marriage, and there are stories permeating the entire text about good and bad examples of marriage. Certainly God cares about your marriage and has plans to use your marriage for His eternal purpose and plan. But God’s Word doesn’t speak on it’s own, you have to open it, read it, study it, and apply it. But how do we do it? Join Michael and Cindy as they discuss just that.
In all of scripture, God asks man to keep one covenant. It’s not a covenant of salvation or a covenant of good works; it’s the covenant of marriage. As we dream up, plan, and prepare for our wedding ceremonies, what’s really going on behind the scenes as God prepares to join two sinful human beings together, supernaturally making two become one?
In a culture that worships independence, what exactly does “two becoming one” mean or even look like in today’s Christian marriage? In this broadcast, join Michael and Cindy’s discussion about why we get married and God’s true purpose for marriage.
What if true spiritual leadership was marked by an innate belief that God’s Word, God’s Spirit, and God’s people were the most important elements to a rich and strong marriage, and out of that innate belief a man lived his life differently, viewed his marriage differently, and treated his wife and children differently?