Should I Get Married?

So, why do you want to get married in the first place? And what makes you think you have the right person in a world full of potential candidates?

Truth & Consequences

After Adam and Eve’s sin, God did not hide from sharing the truth and delivering the consequences. Sin’s effects on marriage are undeniable, but God’s guidance is unmistakable. 

Shame & Blame

When Adam and Eve sinned, they were inclined to hide in shame and point in blame. All marriages can fall into the same trap of refusing responsibility for sin.

Commandments & Compromises

God gave this first couple one commandment, and they quickly made compromises in order to break it. In all marriages, we are called to help each other fulfill God’s Word over meet our expectations.

Fruitful & Multiply

As God placed His stamp upon Adam and Eve, He intended them to spread that image throughout the world. He calls families to be fruitful and multiply through their homes.

Naked & Unashamed

God designed sexual intimacy to be experienced solely within the confines of marriage. Like all gifts from God, it is enjoyed to the fullest extent when it is guided by God’s directives.

Leave & Cleave

A marriage cannot work if someone or someones have a higher priority than the spouse. There must be a thorough yet healthy leaving of one’s initial family and a complete and eager cleaving of one’s unique spouse.

10 Questions for Becoming a Helpful Spouse

Regardless of your marriage situation or how long you have been in it, all of us could make our relationships stronger than they currently are. Here are ten questions to get you thinking as an individual or a couple to strengthen your marriage.

Helpless & Alone

God categorized the only creation made in His image as helpless and alone. Within the gift of a spouse, God intends to meet these two needs for his sole purpose.

Formed & Filled

Just as God formed and filled every aspect of Creation, we must realize that our lives and marriages were addressed in the same way. We cannot truly appreciate the gift of marriage until we comprehend why God gave it to us in the first place.