Humans have a tendency to take their partners for granted. Gratitude serves as a buffer against that. Encourage the couples in your congregation to thank their partners more often with these simple tips from The Atlantic.
For the past 50 years, the constant drumbeat from the news media, popular entertainment, and from all other cultural influencers has been this: The nuclear family, consisting of one child or more living with both a married mother and a father, is a dinosaur on its way to extinction. But new information is showing the opposite - there is hope for the family and hope for the future of marriage ministry.
Dr. Stinson explains that people are often taught that romance and friendship are totally different types of relationships that form in different ways and meet distinct needs. The new findings, however, suggest people really can have their cake and eat it too.
On this episode of "Moment of Truth," Nick and Emma sit down with Brad Wilcox, Director of the National Marriage Project and Senior Fellow at the Institute for Family Studies, to discuss the sorry state of marriages in the United States, the impact of healthy families on our culture and economy, and how the impact of COVID-19 might not be so bad for our marriage rate in the years to come. Get insight that will help the future of marriage ministry in your church by checking out the link below.