Husbands, it’s time to stand up!


Take a hard look at yourself in the mirror.

Are you taking a stand in your marriage and becoming the man your wife desires? Or are you pulling the “I don’t like it card”?

It’s time that you start taking the lead on date nights, helping around the house, and being the spiritual leader. It’s time to become a man.

In this episode we rant and rave, but Tony & Alisa do it in love.

You want the sexual intimacy in your marriage like you did when you first got married well take a listen to what you can do to make that happen.

The Art of Manliness

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Remember back to your wedding day. We’re not talking about just the ceremony and reception. We want you to remember how you felt. Your marriage was going to last forever. You were sure of that. And then…reality set in. You think you can deal with it, and maybe you can – for a while. You still love your spouse, but it’s just not the same. Is it just a part of life? Do you let that fire die into just a smoldering pile of ashes? You don’t have to!

Grab Stripped Down: 13 Keys to Unlocking Intimacy in Your Marriage today!

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2 thoughts on “082: ART OF MANLINESS

    Alisa hit the nail on the head. If one partner in the marriage does everything for the other than sex becomes just another thing on the To Do list! Great podcast guys!

    • Living our marriage From the Top Down reminds us that our spouse’s are not on a To-Do list, but someone whom we serve daily. As they hold their rightful position we are able to become closer to them and enjoy all that they are.

      From the Top Down.
      1. God
      2. Spouse
      3. Kids
      4. Work
      5 Other Activities

      These are not to be looked at a quantity of time, but as the quality of our efforts into each. We need to let our spouse know that even though we spend many hours away at work they are still loved dearly by the way we treat them.