As friends early on, Kolton and Amanda learned a little bit about each other before ever thinking anything more. They worked together on a group project while they were both attending Chandler-Gilbert Community College in a public speaking class. Since they were both in the same graduating class that year, Amanda had the opportunity to […]

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Commitment #5: We will deal with our differences with appreciation and grace. From last week’s post about acknowledging our differences, it is equally important to then deal with them. Many times we develop unhealthy patterns to help ourselves through the discomfort of our differences. And from those times, we actually might not even realize those […]

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Generations of Jewish heritage begin to sprout up in the most recent marriage. They are both the youngest of their separate Jewish families, while are the richest in their families origins. They both have this zeal for their Jewish background and decided they wanted to carry on the traditions of their generational history. The challenging […]

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A husband and wife who have been married for 7 years are now guests of a dear friend’s wedding who are getting married in a new city! As they step off the plane staircase, their feet hit the ground of new territory. Emotions of anticipation, uncertainty, excitement, and nerves. The nerves were much more apparent on […]

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What if I were to tell you that you were not in control when you chose to marry your spouse? What if I told you that Someone else created your story and that your marriage is actually not by anything you did. Sometimes we think that we are way more powerful then we really are. […]

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