If a husband and wife each walk in the steps of Jesus, they will never lose their way.
In the third session of GTO's 6-part "Experiencing Sexual Intimacy Series," study the art of making love and increase your fun by improving your skills.
To have good communication in marriage is more than just learning effective skills. It’s about making time to communicate. Why is that important?
Because communication is the way we connect - feel close to one another - grow together. If we are only having snatches of communication - like - “What’s for dinner?” “Meatloaf.” “Oh, okay.” Or, “How was work?” “Fine.” “Oh, okay.” We often find ourselves drifting from one another. Years ago we realized this was happening to us.
We became aware that our communication always centered around work and we weren’t spending any time just enjoying each other’s company through our conversations. We were missing out sharing our thoughts and ideas with each other. Plus we found when we only had snatches of communication we noticed a tension developing between us and we started bickering more and more. For our marriage to grow we needed some healthy adjustments.
So this month we would like to give you our four own communication times that we installed in our marriage that made a big difference. . Maybe these can help you as well.