128: PLAYING ON THE SAME TEAM

The wedding bells ring, you say your “I do’s”, and the honeymoon is bliss. You’re married, the two of you have become ONE and yet you’re not on the same TEAM.

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Shortly after that blissful day you find yourselves on opposite sides working against each other.

You didn’t expect this to happen in your marriage, yet it has.

In this episode, we introduce you to another way to focus on your TEAM.

Looking at each of these will enable you to tackle issues in your marriage with a plan.

T – Talk: He said to them, “For whatever is hidden is meant to be disclosed, and whatever is concealed is meant to be brought out into the open. If anyone has ears to hear, let them hear.” Mark 4:22-23

E – Effort: As the body without the spirit is dead, so faith without deeds is dead. James 2:26

A – Attitude: May the God who gives endurance and encouragement give you the same attitude of mind toward each other that Christ Jesus had… Romans 15:5

M – Motivation: Serve wholeheartedly, as if you were serving the Lord, not people… Ephesian 6:7

What will you do to be on the same TEAM with your spouse?

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2 thoughts on “128: PLAYING ON THE SAME TEAM

  1. We just got finished listening to this podcast together while laying on a bed next to the sea at a tropical resort and then talking about it. That was romantic.

    Yesterday in the infinity pool while gazing out over the blue horizon Shana told me she was glad we are on the same team. She didn’t know what the topic of this show was, it was a coincident. I laughed and told her about this week’s topic. We are pretty good teammates but it came with work on the topics you discussed. We are not perfect but things are going well. Once again, thanks for the part you guys play in our progress. It helps to have good coaches.

    It also helps to have a “training camp” every now and then to get away from other distractions and work on your “playbook”.

    • This is so fantastic to hear Travis. Next time make sure to invite us to that infinity pool. ; )

      It has been awesome to be you coaches over the years. We have seen you two grow in your marriage and like you said work on it. Keep moving forward and getting away on your “training camps”.

      Love you guys.