Listen in as we share why the choices you make today affect your relationship tomorrow, next year, and even a decade from now.
Today, we’re talking about how the friends we keep make a difference in our marriages. It’s not only important that as couples we have community, but also that we’re purposeful in whom we bring into our confidence.
While we’re definitely not parenting experts, we’ve learned a few things along the way about how to parent together. Listen in as we share three things you can do to better parent as a team.
We’re talking about how to walk together through the really hard situations, seasons, and losses that we experience as couples. We’re looking at what we can do to remain a strong team during them.
If you want a lighthearted marriage, listen in as we share three guiding principles that we’ve found helpful.
Join us as we talk about conflict as an adventure, how to face your disagreements with a team-first perspective, and why your timing in resolving issues matters.
Listen in as we share three things we do so that our differences help us grow together and not apart.
While we joined a new team when we got married, that doesn't mean unity is going to be easy or automatic. It takes time to make that transition from "me" to "us."
Every team, whether it's in curling or in marriage, does better with a game plan. Listen in as we give you practical ways you can create a game plan for your marriage.
On this very first episode of the Team Us podcast, we share some of those firsts with you. We also talk about the very first human team — Adam and Eve.
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Ashleigh Slater