As we are all faced with this new reality of life right now, and during a time where date nights out have come to a halt, and time together in the house is amped up, we wanted to share something with you that might help your marriage right now.
Specifically, it will help you find unique ways to love and cherish your spouse.
But what does it mean to truly cherish your spouse?
The dictionary says the word cherish means “to treasure, to nurture, to show tenderness.” Does your marriage look like that? Or are you starting to feel disconnected from one another?
Couples who cherish each other understand that God created everyone differently, and as a result, they treasure the unique characteristics of their spouse.
Focus on The Family want to help you do just that. In fact, for more than 40 years, Focus on the Family has helped millions of hurting couples navigate marital problems by equipping them with time-tested teaching and faith-building resources like the daily broadcast and this video series.
So this week, instead of binging that new Netflix show, will you take time to focus on your marriage? I know you won’t regret it.
We invited our good friend Gary Thomas — a best-selling marriage author, speaker, and pastor.
Together, we’ve created a free five-part video series called “Cherish Your Spouse.” In this video series, we will help you have a deeper level of intimacy and connection with your spouse.
Here are the topics for each episode in the video series:
• Video #1 – What is Cherishing?
• Video #2 – A Husband Cherishing His Wife
• Video #3 – A Wife Cherishing Her Husband
• Video #4 – The Absence of Cherishing
• Video #5 – Giving Couples Hope
We want this series to bless you both. Our prayer is that you find new ways to shower one another with honor and love and that you find connection and intimacy on your journey together. Take this time to invest in your marriage.
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