Sunday morning sermon by Tim Alsup. This morning, we discuss the first foundation God put in place for families: marriage. How does my marriage affect my faith, and how does my faith affect my marriage?
Marriage brings both blessings and challenges, and sometimes we struggle to keep God’s perspective on it. This morning’s lesson is an overview of a great question: What Does God Expect of Me in My Marriage?
We are taking a few Sunday nights to look at some more-difficult passages in 1 Corinthians. Tonight, we overview chapter 7, where Paul answers some questions they had about being married or unmarried as Christians. Let’s see what God says about how our faith should affect those relationships…
Weddings are special: two lives making life commitments to each other. We need to remember those big promises that we make in marriage! The Bible teaches that our relationship with God is similar to a marriage as well. What promises are made when we are united with Christ? Are we taking them as seriously as we should?
We know love is essential to healthy marriages. But how to keep love alive? One pre-marital counseling book suggests there are 3 types of love, and that all 3 must be intentionally worked on. What are they, and how can we make them stronger in our marriages?