Is Communication in your Marraige a struggle?
You are not alone!
The Huffington Post reports "communication problems are cited as the most common factor that leads to divorce (65%), followed by couples’ inability to resolve conflict (43%). https://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/11/20/divorce-...
We Need Practical Tools to Improve Communication in a Christian Marriage. The Marriage Communication Mini-Course is the answer you are looking for.
Inside the course you will learn How to Season your Speech and Strengthen Your Marriage in Playful Ways.
Our Words are a sign of what is really happening in our hearts
Learn when to Pray and when to Speak the Truth in Love
Let God filter your words
Find Playful Ways to say things instead of nagging
Replace deadly words and phrases
Learn how to look deeper into your words and recognize what you've not forgiven.
Tiffany is a Jesus girl with a passion to encourage and equip wives and moms through biblical discipleship. She leads women to Hope and Joy by pointing our eyes back to Jesus - even amidst the chaos of life.
As a wife and mom who loves to dig deep into the Bible I have learned to cultivate a Biblical Worldview. That process changed everything in our marriage. We were headed right to divorce until God stepped in and changed our course. Now our Marriage is joyful and we have hope for a bright tomorrow!
And in her Wives Only Facebook Group - Reclaiming Hope and Joy in your Marriage - https://www.facebook.com/groups/ReclaimingHopeJoyM...
What are Students saying about the Course?
"I needed these playful tips to change up how we communicate! Thanks for being so transparent!
- Andy, Student February 2017
"I can relate to fighting over little things like Spagetti. Now I'm trying to be playful - and he thinks I'm hillarious. It has added laughter back into our home! Thank you.
- Tanya, Student 2017
"I could never think of anything but nagging. I was always frustrated with him and how careless he was. Now I have tools to change the conversation. I learned how to stop using words he hears as attacking. Now I play and add some saucy hips to get his attention and say things without starting a fight!"
- Amy T, Student March 2018