Finding Marital Unity Around MONEY and GIVING

As Christians, are we called to give some of our wealth away? Maybe that question makes you stiffen, or maybe you feel ready to dive in. Either way, join us as we see what the Bible has to say! Watch, or Listen Below! Read the Full Transcript Read the Shownotes

Is a Husband’s Failure to Provide Grounds for Divorce?

Today we’re diving into 1 Timothy 5:8 and discussing what roles a husband must uphold in terms of provision… and if they’re not met, is this grounds for divorce? Stay tuned. Watch, or Listen Below! Read the Full Transcript Read the Shownotes

Living (Well) Beneath Your Financial Means

In this episode, Ryan and Selena share openly about their own personal debt and how God’s Word led them to freedom through stewardship—regardless of their bank balance. Enjoy! Watch, or Listen Below! Read the Full Transcript Read the Shownotes

3 REAL Ways to deal with Financial Uncertainty

Inflation. Recession. Depression? Many are feeling the squeeze of financial uncertainty. Here are three REAL ways to cope. Watch, or Listen Below! Listen here Read the Full Transcript Read the Shownotes

Biblical Stewardship and Marriage (Dr. Scott and Linda Rodin)

Dr. Scott and Linda Rodin have had an incredible impact on our marriage, albeit from afar. In their 40 years of marriage, they’ve raised babies, built remarkable careers, and embarked on countless adventures. In our talk, we discussed what it means to be “a steward of your spouse’s heart” and much more! Dr. Scott Rodin is a speaker and author focusing on Biblical Stewardship, and…

Crushing Comparison

It seems natural to compare ourselves to others. As humans, we compare appearances, careers, marriages, and even spouses. Society encourages it. The chief problem of comparisons is that they’re usually based on romanticized half-truths. Most often when we compare, we base expectations of ourselves on standards that aren’t accurate – they’re perceived. Comparisons stifle progress; only truth in light of the gospel causes real growth.

3 Types of Margin You Absolutely Need in Your Marriage

Things never go as planned. I have an idea of where I’d like my days to go, but the only predictable thing about life is that it’s unpredictable. The vast majority of my life feels like I’m just along for the ride and the driver could care less where I think we should go. Why is life so hard to plan perfectly? Because things happen which…