Marriage After God is a weekly marriage and family focused podcast hosted by Aaron and Jennifer Smith, authors of Thirty-One Prayers For My husband And Thirty-O...
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How To Pray For Your Spouse And Marriage: Lessons And Principles From Jesus - 1 of 8
Support this podcast and your marriage and grab a copy of The Marriage Gift: 365 Prayers For Our Marriage today! HTTP://themarriagegift.comThis 8-part series will go through the teaching of Jesus on prayer in Matthew 6. Each episode of this 8 part series will discuss one or 2 verses from his teaching on prayer and pull out the lessons and principles that we can apply to our own prayer journey in our personal life and marriage.Episode 1 will focus on Matthew 6:5 "And when you pray, you must not be like the hypocrites. For they love to stand and pray in the synagogues and at the street corners, that they may be seen by others. Truly, I say to you, they have received their reward."Here are some of the questions we attempt to answer in this episode.Why does Jesus teach us to pray?Am I being a hypocrite when I pray?What is motivating me to pray?What reward am I seeking when I pray?What is true prayer?And why should we pray for our marriage? “True prayer is neither a mere mental exercise nor a vocal performance. It is far deeper than that – it is a spiritual transaction with the Creator of Heaven and Earth.” -Charles Spurgeon
10 Relationships In The Bible That Can Inspire Our Marriage PART 2
Support this podcast by Ordering a copty of our newest 1-Year Marriage Prayer Devotional: HTTP://themarriagegift.com Welcome back to the "Marriage After God" podcast with your hosts, Aaron and Jennifer Smith. In this second installment of our two-part series on "10 Relationships in the Bible That Can Inspire Your Marriage," we delve deeper into the intricate dynamics of biblical relationships and their profound lessons.Today, we explore:Ananias and Sapphira (Acts 5): A cautionary tale about the consequences of deceit and the importance of honesty in marriage. How do our actions and choices impact our relationships, and what can we learn from their story?Priscilla and Aquila: A courageous couple whose names are always mentioned together in Scripture. Discover their adventures, unwavering commitment to the Gospel, and inspiring partnership in ministry.Jesus' Intimate Moments: Dive into the deep bond between Jesus and His disciples, especially Peter, James, and John. From witnessing miracles to asking probing questions, these relationships highlight vulnerability, trust, and the power of redemption.Paul and Timothy: A spiritual mentorship that transcends generations. Uncover the strength of their bond, their shared mission, and the importance of supporting and uplifting one another in faith.Our episode is generously sponsored by our very own resources crafted just for you. Visit shop.marriageafterGod.com to explore more.Join us as we draw insights from these stories and discuss how they can inspire and strengthen our own marriages. Let's journey together in understanding the essence of love, loyalty, and leadership from the Bible's perspective.
10 Relationships In The Bible That Can Inspire Our Marriage PART 1
Do you love this podcast? If so please consider joining the Marriage After God patron Team. https://marriageaftergod.com/patron In this 2 part podcast series, we discuss the various spiritual and practical insights that we find through some of the most powerful relationship stories throughout the Bible. In part 1 of this series, we discus stories from the od testament and in part 2 we will discuss relationships we find in the new testament. We pray the insights we explorer in this episode bless you and your marriage. Relationship Stories Covered:Isaac and Rebekah - A tale of willingness, love, and comfort.Reference: Genesis 24 & 26 Jonathan and David - A deep bond of love and loyalty that transcends friendship.Reference: 1 Samuel 18 Ruth and Naomi - A testament to unwavering faithfulness and commitment.Reference: Ruth 1 Ruth and Boaz - A story of redemption, compassion, and providence.Reference: Ruth 2\ Daniel, Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego - Demonstrating unity, trust in God, and standing firm in faith even in the face of adversity.Reference: Daniel 1, 3 & 6
20 Things You Should Never Forget In Marriage
Pre-order our 1-year marriage prayer devotional today! Themarriagegift.comIntro:Exploring the mystery of memory: Why did God give us the ability to remember things?The intangible nature of memory and its profound impact on our daily lives.The divine purpose: Memories from the past guiding our present.God's command to the Israelites: Remember your origins, struggles, and His salvation.The essence of memory: Applying past lessons to present circumstances.Emphasizing the importance of remembrance.Topic:Sharing personal anecdotes: Kids' excitement for school, focus on reading, and maintaining a schedule.The joy of hosting home church sessions and the importance of fellowship.Celebrating the success of the pre-launch of the new devotional.Gratitude and praise for God's blessings and the supportive community.Special mention of an interview with Liz Bagwell from the Rhythm Restoration Podcast.Diving deep into the science of memory:Basic definition and its influence on actions.The biological basis: Connections between neurons and the formation of synapses.Different types of memory and their significance.Tips to enhance memory and the factors that lead to forgetting.The concept of memory in popular culture: Reference to the movie Inside Out.Marriage and Memory: Things you should never forget.The importance of anniversaries, gifting, physical affection, affirmation, and more.Recognizing each other's strengths, weaknesses, and boundaries.The significance of spiritual connection, mutual plans, and shared experiences.Bonus: Remembering God's blessings and grace in the relationship.
Our Origin Story, Advice For Our 20 Year Old Selves, And other insights we Got from being interviewed on Podcasts
A unique episode awaits! But first, a small request: If you're enjoying our podcast, please leave us a star rating and review. This helps others discover our show.Don't forget to subscribe on iTunes or your preferred podcast platform & never miss an episode.Main Topic:The Marriage Gift: Introducing our new 1-Year Marriage prayer devotional. Pre-Order Today -> HTTP://themarriagegift.comPodcast Interviews: Sharing insights and deeper thoughts from our recent podcast interviews.Featured Podcasts:The Dad Tired Podcast with Jerred Lopes. Listen to our episode here.His & Her MoneyTruth for Your TwentiesThe Happy HomeThe Christian Parenting PodcastNow That We're a Family with Elisha & Katie Votberg...and 8 more to come!Want to interview us on your podcast? Reach out to [email protected] Dives:First Impressions: Reflecting on the diverse range of podcasters we've met.Truth for Your 20s: Discussing our dating years, advice for singles, and challenges faced by the current generation regarding marriage.Our Origin Story: A walk down memory lane, revisiting our early struggles and celebrating our growth in various aspects of life.Working Together: Tips for couples working together, reminiscing about our time in Africa and Florida with a missions organization, and our online missionary work for marriages over the past 12 years.Marriage After God Book: A reflection on our book and its enduring message.Connect with Us:WebsiteInstagramFacebook
Marriage After God is a weekly marriage and family focused podcast hosted by Aaron and Jennifer Smith, authors of Thirty-One Prayers For My husband And Thirty-One Prayers For My Wife Marriage After God: Chasing Boldly After God's Purpose For Your Life Together. Marriage After God is intended to encourage, inspire and challenge marriages to chase boldly after God together and to cultivate an extraordinary marriage with each other. Stay tuned each week for awesome marriage encouragement. We hope that we can shine a light on why God has brought you and your spouse together and how you can pursue His purpose for your life and family with joy and excitement.