Fully Well Blog
Our blog provides you with practical tips and help for improving your marriage. We’ll teach you how to better understand one another and how to connect more intimately than you have in the past.
Sometimes, no matter how much we want to get to know our spouse at a deeper level, finding the words to start a conversation can be intimidating. This is especially true if things have been a little difficult between you or if you've had very little time lately to...
Scripture gives us several examples of marriage, love, and what it means to be a Christ-like husband and wife. As we look through some of these verses together, consider any changes God is asking you to make and prayerfully ask him for his help. 1. Genesis 2:18 "The...
Did you know that you never get too old for encouraging words! In fact, words of encouragement work for just about everyone. We all have a desire to know that we're loved, cared for, and that our thoughts and opinions matter. But for some, coming up with just what to...
Since we're now living in the age of delivery/carry out as the primary option for treating ourselves, I want to offer you 14 restaurants to try right here in Hampton Roads. Let's all shop local and enjoy a little night off from cooking. Consider this your guide to...
Here at Fully Well, we're pulling out all the stops to talk about marriage and love this Valentine's Day. And, we believe that the best way to do that is to go straight to the source of Love. Since we know that God is love, we're using His Word to explain what it...
I’ve got a few Christian-focused marriage books that I can recommend if you’re looking to begin the process of working on your relationship. In particular, if you’re both highly motivated to work on your marriage and make some big changes and if you’re both avid...
5 Reasons Your Marriage Is Suffering
Here’s your gameplan for a more intimate marriage.
Marriage can definitely be difficult at times and there’s no such thing as a perfect relationship, but every married Christian deserves a deeply intimate marriage that helps them feel connected to their spouse. Afterall, marriage was designed to be a reflection of Christ and the Church. That means marriage should connect us to one another and help us better understand the goodness of God. This guide will give you practical steps for making that happen.
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