Q&A's from the marriage conference
Jared Belcher, Ben Shoun, & Brett Moore
In September of 2015, Arrowhead Church hosted the Marriage by Design conference. During the conference, men and women, married and single, were able to submit questions to our speakers about how the Bible tells us to relate to one another. In this episode, two of our pastors answer questions that we were not able to get to during the conference. Should I give up looking for a spouse if I can't find anyone? Who comes first, my children or my spouse? These questions and more answered in today's Think Thru.
You can also listen to the session audio from the marriage conference, either on the Arrowhead app or on the conference page.
We talk a lot about marriage - not just at Arrowhead Church, but at most churches. That's a good thing, sure, but what about those of us who aren't married? On average, about 30% of a church's congregation is unmarried. Whether single by situation or by choice, what messages does the Bible have specifically for people who are unmarried?
As children get older, they naturally begin to see the opposite sex as attractive. But when is it okay to begin seeking out a relationship? Listen in as our pastors discuss their convictions on dating.
It's a situation we've all experienced: a friend is engaging in sin and we know it, but we don't know how to respond. In this episode, we address a listener-summited question that we all can relate to.
In this episode, we consider the idea of marriage as the slow death of individual priority for the well-being of the relationship.