How do we prepare our sons and daughters for marriage? What principles of courtship should we follow with a suitor? What does it mean to be equally yoked? What pitfalls should we avoid concerning “romance” and the role of emotions in the process? These two audio series, which comprise the Building Strong Marriage Set, not only aim to break the chains of “Hollywood love” and wrong views of romance, but cast a hopeful vision for God-glorifying, Gospel-centered marriages.
Featuring messages by Scott Brown, Paul Washer, and Kevin Swanson, these 19 audio presentations will not only help prepare you for marriage, but will equip you to reflect Christ more and to embrace biblical expectations in your union.
The many biblical references to Christ as the Bridegroom, to the Church as the bride, to the “marriage supper of the Lamb,” and to other marriage-related words and word-pictures are not simply irrelevant metaphors. They emphasize the importance God gives to marriage and the way in which earthly wedded unions are a symbol of Christ's relationship with the Church. Learn scriptural principles and practical applications on how to portray the glory of the gospel in your marriage. 8 messages on MP3.
The journey to marriage starts long before the bouquets arrive and the wedding bells begin to peal. From early childhood, children think and plan about the day when two shall become one. But what does the Bible have to say about preparing for marriage? What pitfalls should we avoid concerning “romance” and the role of emotions in the marriage preparation process? Is it ever too early or too late to teach children about these things?
As an elder, biblical scholar, and father to three married children, Scott has the perspective and hands-on experience to tackle this difficult subject, answering these questions and a host of other hot topics. 11 messages on MP3.
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