How is your marriage? Is your relationship with your spouse doing well? Or does it need improvement, even in some small way?
Our preaching series through Deuteronomy continued this past Sunday at Faith Church looking at numerous passages in chapters 21-24 related to marriage. As I was away most of the week at my denomination’s Pastoral Assessment Center, I asked my brother, Jeff Kime, to preach.
Jeff is the Executive Director of The Marriage Hub, a ministry whose mission is to help strengthen marriages, particularly those in crisis. Jeff and his team regularly hold marriage intensive retreats designed to give couples hope and tools to transform their marriages in a godly direction. Even if your marriage is vibrant, Jeff, in this sermon, teaches great principles for strengthening marriages. Maybe you’re single and wondering if this sermon is not for you. It is most certainly for you, too. God may have marriage in your future, and it will be important for you to learn these principles that you could apply or share with others in your life who will marry. So take some time and evaluate your marriage or relationship status. Ask God to help you hear from him! And then listen to the sermon.
What you’re going to learn is the difference between a contract and a covenant, and why that matters so much to how we view marriage. This past weekend, there was possibility of a major winter storm, so Jeff created a video version of the sermon.
And if you know that your marriage needs help, but you don’t know where to turn, please contact Jeff at The Marriage Hub!