Your Spouse as Best Friend
By David Chadwick
Over several decades of ministry, I’ve heard many different reasons why individuals leave their spouses. Some are valid. Many are not.
What have I learned? It is easy to leave your spouse, but impossible to leave your best friend. How can you leave a person who is your closest companion? Your most intimate ally?
If my dad were counseling your marriage today, he’d adjure you to make sure you spend time together. Share your hearts. Serve others, worship, and pray together. Become each other’s best friend.
Your lives become inextricably connected. It happened with mom and him.
And you will know what Jesus meant when he said, “What God has joined together, no person can ever separate” (Mark 10:9, author’s paraphrase).
Live in-tune with the heartbeat of God!
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You’ll find time-tested wisdom passed down from David’s father about marriage, parenting, relationships, personal counsel, and faith.
At a time when being a good dad isn’t easy, it will help you (or someone you love) tackle questions like:
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