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Keeping Love Alive - Volume 2

Four Biblical Skills Great Marriages Have in Common

It’s hard to believe there are couples who’ve been married for thirty, forty, or even fifty years. So, what’s their secret? In this series, Chip shares the newest volume in his ongoing series, “Keeping Love Alive.” As he teaches from the book of Colossians, he’ll highlight 4 important skills every healthy marriage has in common. Learn how to be better connected spiritually… communicate more effectively… resolve conflict peaceably… and manage your finances wisely. Discover what you need to improve your relationship and start making a change or two, today!

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Cultivating Spiritual Intimacy, Part 1

It’s hard to believe there are couples who’ve been married for thirty, forty, or even fifty years. So, what’s their secret? In this program, Chip shares the newest volume in his ongoing series, “Keeping Love Alive.” He begins unpacking 4 biblical skills all great marriages have in common. Discover how you can improve your relationship today!

Cultivating Spiritual Intimacy, Part 2

It’s safe to say we all want a great marriage. We all desire a relationship with a deep emotional, mental, and physical connection with our mate. But how do we experience that? Where does it start? In this program, Chip highlights the importance of couples cultivating spiritual intimacy. Don’t miss the practical ways you can build a lasting relationship with your spouse.

Effectively Communicating (God's Love to Your Mate), Part 1

When you talk to your spouse, do you feel like you’re on the same page? Or is there a lot of miscommunication and unmet expectations? Are you frustrated because you're not being heard or understood? In this program, Chip continues his series “Keeping Love Alive, Volume 2” by focusing on the skill of communication. Hear how our words actually display God’s love to our mate.

Effectively Communicating (God's Love to Your Mate), Part 2

How often do you and your spouse really talk? I mean beyond chit-chat, or logistics, or what to do with the kids. In this program, Chip picks up where he left off in his series “Keeping Love Alive, Volume 2”, by discussing how couples can better communicate. Learn how to have a genuine heart-to-heart conversation with your spouse, starting today!

Resolving Conflict Peaceably, Part 1

Have you ever looked at another marriage and thought: I want what they have? In this program, Chip explains that those types of marriages have learned a very important skill. It may be one of the hardest lessons to learn, but if you can do it, you'll radically transform your relationship. Wanna know what it is? Then don’t miss this next message in Chip’s series “Keeping Love Alive, Volume 2.”

Resolving Conflict Peaceably, Part 2

Important question: how do you handle conflict in your relationship? Are you a person who bursts out in anger or are you someone who completely shuts down? In this program, Chip shares why neither of those approaches work well. Hear what the Bible says about resolving conflict in marriage. Don't miss how we should respond to our spouse when tension and disagreement inevitably come.

Managing Your Finances Together, Part 1

One of the biggest sources of conflict in marriage revolves around money. It’s really hard to get on the same page, especially when one person’s a spender and the other’s a saver. In this program, Chip continues his series “Keeping Love Alive, Volume 2” by tackling the most universal habit we all need to learn: how to manage money. Don’t miss how you and your spouse can biblically handle your finances together.

Managing Your Finances Together, Part 2

Fewer things put more strain on a marriage than debt. Whether its… unpaid credit cards, overdue mortgage payments, or student loans … there's a lot of pressure in owing other people money. It’s an overwhelming feeling! In this program, Chip wraps up his series “Keeping Love Alive, Volume 2” by finishing his talk on marriage and finances. Don’t miss how to dig out of debt, and have a more peaceful home.