243 POSTS 0 COMMENTSAshleigh Slater is the author of the books, Braving Sorrow Together: The Transformative Power of Faith and Community When Life is Hard and Team Us: The Unifying Power of Grace, Commitment, and Cooperation in Marriage. She loves to combine the power of a good story with practical application to encourage and inspire readers.
What do Darth Vader and Saul-turned-Paul have to do with your marriage and your spouse?
Perhaps you and your spouse are currently facing your own stressful decisions. Join us as we share three team-building strategies you can practice when faced with difficult choices.
Why is church good for my marriage and yours? Here are five reasons you and your spouse should regularly attend together.
Hear why we believe going to church matters and learn how getting involved can help you and your spouse grow closer.
Conflict in marriage doesn't need to feel hopeless. Here are ways you can work through it together and come out stronger.
We share how you can learn to face conflict as allies, agree not to bury issues, and commit to responding rather than reacting.
A communication sandwich allows you to share what you'd like to see changed in a way that doesn't put your spouse on the defensive. Here's how you can use it.
Listen in as we share some tools, tips, and techniques that have helped us better communicate as a team.
Our words can be misheard, misinterpreted, and misunderstood. Here are three practical ways you to recover from a communication miss in your marriage.
Here are three things to remember when you don’t feel “in love.”
If you want your marriage to go the distance, it requires a lot more than being in love.
Listen in as we share three things that characterize a boring marriage. You’ll also hear some practical ways you can have one.
Boring marriages are highly underrated. Here are three reasons a boring marriage can be a good thing.
CLICK HERE to listen to Episode 12 of the Team Us Podcast. We've gone on many fun dates in our twenty years of marriage! Listen...
Not only are weeknight dates best for our calendar, I've come to prefer them. Here are four reasons why.
When it comes to keeping your marriage strong, winning is more about your follow through than your strength going in.
The busyness of life often leaves us as couples feeling disconnected or like we're growing apart. But it doesn't have to be this way! Learn four ways you can reconnect when life pulls you apart.
If you want to feel more connected on a daily basis in your marriage, make shared activities a priority. Here are some tips on how to do that.