Unfortunately, too many marriages are tolerating an unaddressed and unhealed toxicity that is eroding the lives of their hearts.
We are not afraid to shine a light on a very difficult subject, while point you to the transforming love and grace of God.
God designed marriages to display the love and power that is available in His relationship with us. The end of the whole story which the Bible points to is a marriage celebration. While there is glorious destiny available, there is also deep work of the heart that needs to be done today, in the here and now.
Marriage brings out many issues of our hearts that need to be addressed, but many never accept the invitation and settle for the roommate syndrome. Most sadly never experience genuine intimacy in their marriages. The only “intimacy” many know, is physical intimacy, and even that remains a largely unfulfilling experience, because without emotional intimacy the physical aspect can become “mechanical”, or obligatory.
There is a beauty that God designed for marriages to possess, but there is also a “war” to get to the intimacy God intends. Interestingly, that intimacy is built by fighting through the difficulties that appear to be poised to destroy . You must be aware that the enemy has his sights set on you, to prevent the two of you from walking in authentic union. It’s not just an emotional fight but a spiritual battle as well.
While we do not claim to have all the answers, we are passionate about teaching people to address these issues and form a bond that will last a lifetime. I am also aware, through our own journey and the countless marriages I have worked with, that there are some matters of the heart that must be addressed to cultivate an overcoming marriage.
We are sounding the alarm for believers who want to make the shift into becoming overcomers, those that will do whatever it takes to allow God to heal their hearts and bring a new level of healing and freedom into your marriage.
My book, The Process, will be out within a few short weeks, and describes a journey oriented, pragmatic approach to move towards a fulfilling, rich relationship.
BH/Adapted/ M. DeJesus