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Protecting your relationship from becoming a Covid-19 victim
From an article by the Institute of Family Studies
Due to lockdown, we are going to have multiple opportunities to share aspects of ourselves with our spouses and loved ones. There will probably be times when we are not at our best. 5 tips to help.
Positive Childhood Experiences (PCEs)
Adults who report more positive childhood experiences (PCEs) are less likely to suffer from depression or poor mental health – and are more likely to have healthy relationships.
Eight principles for faithful preaching among people experiencing poverty
From an article by 20Schemes
How do I communicate or preach in a housing scheme/estate? Do I have to change things to preach into a non-literate culture? Do I have to dumb things down? Do I have to shorten my sermons? How does someone prepare a sermon?
From an article by Worktalk
We are trying to be masters of the universe while we are not masters of ourselves. Jesus has immeasurable power but channels it into care, kindness and courtesy.
Are marriages becoming stronger everywhere?
From an article by the Marriage Foundation
UK divorce rates have now fallen to 35 per cent, the lowest levels in fifty years. The hard data say that this is happening almost entirely because fewer wives are filing for divorce during the first decade of married life.
Childlike faith… in business?
From a blog by Heaven In Business
How does being childlike work out in the context of work? Being childlike in a business environment is surely exactly what we don’t want to be? Being childlike, worry free and totally dependent on someone bigger and stronger than yourself.
From a blog by Public Discourse
"Wishing to be friends is quick work, but friendship is a slow-ripening fruit”. With true friendship, friends love each other for their own sake, and they wish good things for each other. Other forms of friendship are based on either utility or pleasure.
Divorce rate falls by 28% after relationship education programme
From a blog by The Institute of Family Studies
Can we scale up Relationship Education services to saturate a community? Could Relationship Education make a larger impact than for just a few couples?
Marriage preparation paradoxes
From an article by the Institute for Family Studie
Current promoted behaviours that are meant to deliver later marital quality and stability produce the opposite of what they intend.
Fostering meaningful romantic relationships
From a blog by Institute of Family Studies
Dating takes social courage and we need to teach our young people the virtue of social courage.
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