In the symphony of marriage, 1 Corinthians 11:11, rooted in the Corinthian context, and principles from LDS doctrine harmonize with 1 Corinthians 12 to illuminate the profound interdependency of husbands and wives.
Emotional Intimacy is one of the hardest phases of the entire process of rebuilding and repairing your marriage. You will need to be able to skillfully keep the Spirit present during conversations, and skillfully retreat and regroup if things start to fall apart.
The Lazarus Lectures series was a game changer for us. My husband and I have struggled for most of our 23-year marriage. We have been through years of counseling, therapy, books, and tried just about everything you could think of. This was literally a fingers-crossed, “we don’t think anything can really help us but we […]
I didn’t quite know what to expect when we started the Lazarus Lectures, but I am ecstatic to say that the results I was hoping for in our marriage are coming to fruition! When we began I don’t know that I would have said that our marriage needed to be “raised from the dead,” but […]
Some of you who are reading this may have been guided here for more education. “I’m Not Okay, You’re Not Okay, But That’s Okay” does just that. This FREE ebook goes beyond the modern science of relationship psychology to show you how eternal principles and divine power can be harnessed to heal your relationship. The principles from this book […]
One of the most telling indicators that a relationship is ready to make an attempt at Season 1: Courtship, is if both are healed enough and recovered enough to bring value into the relationship.
The following is just one of over 100 lessons taught in the Marriage Repair Workshop: The Lazarus Lectures – by Maurice W. Harker, M.ed and team.
What to do when you are an inadequate spouse. What to do when you have an inadequate spouse. As I have experienced my personal agony of not being enough in many circumstances…