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.
As fun as travel can be, it's also sometimes stressful. Here are five marriage survival tips for packing on your next trip.
In a post-miscarriage pregnancy, it can be difficult not to feel fearful. I know from experience. Here are three things that helped me calm fear during mine.
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.
Have you ever had a day gone wrong in your marriage? I have! Here are two practical ways you can rescue, and maybe even prevent, a day gone wrong.
Our words can be misheard, misinterpreted, and misunderstood. Here are three practical ways you to recover from a communication miss in 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.
Are you and your spouse wanting to kick off the new year right? Here are three great ways couples can team up for the new year.
Is there an area of life in which God is asking you to be fearless? If so, I get it. Lately, He's been asking me to be brave too.
Here are 3 ways you can help your daughter respond well to mean girls.
Are you struggling to love your imperfect spouse well? If so, here’s one secret to overlooking flaws and building your spouse up in the process.
Our kids need us to speak life-giving words to them. This story from my husband’s middle school years and its modern-day impact demonstrates why.
Are you parenting an angry child? Here are some tips on how you can help your kid control, process, and express anger better.
Here are some practical actions you can take to learn how to daily love your spouse in the little things.
Is there such a thing as a “perfect” couple? Actually, yes! And, in them, we see modeled three qualities every marriage needs.
How can you and I strive to respond in a gracious manner when we don’t feel like the other person deserves it? Here are three kind ways to respond to rude people.
Here are three ways to navigate personality clashes with others.
Here are three reasons it's important to laugh together as a family.