But a three-strand cord is best of all!
Life without love is like a tree without blossoms or fruit
Love is in the air, and these local spouses share what makes theirs work!
How do you spell "LOVE" with a "T?"
It is important to make God an important part of every area of your marriage. A three-strand cord is not easily broken. Never attempt marriage by yourselves if you want your union to last a lifetime. You need the essential third strand to Keep Love Alive.
On today’s broadcast, we take a few brief moments to focus on keeping love alive. Many of us have been couped-up together for days. This can put stress on relationships. But, if we use this time wisely, we can also take advantage of this unique time together. Please take a few moments to watch today’s feature and share with friends and family.
It is Valentine’s Day and across our country, and throughout many parts of our world, it is a time to celebrate love and romance. For some, this will involve a gift of flowers or a heart-shaped box of chocolates; for others, a romantic dinner for two, or perhaps a card or a poem or time spent together holding hands on a quiet walk. Multitudes of meaningful ways exist for us to express our love for one another.
Keeping Love Alive is a new feature designed to bring encouragement to all of our marriages today.
On our first broadcast, Steve and Annie Chapman joined us to talk about their new book entitled ‘I Love You and I Like You.’ Their inspiration for this book is simply the desire to support couples in married life and give us all ideas on how to make our relationships better. They encouraged us not to let our love wane, but learn how to keep that love and like alive. One of the subjects they covered today was a special way to spell love: T-I-M-E.
After almost fifty years of being together, John and Sara Vogt have learned the ups and downs of what it takes to have a successful marriage. The most important thing that they have found is putting Jesus Christ and each other first in everything they do.
From hardships to triumphs, John and Sara share what it means to love well. They explain their own experiences and gain wisdom from other couples who have learned to navigate marriage through everything life can bring.