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And the rib, which the LORD God had taken from man, made he a woman, and brought her unto the man. Gen 2:22 KJV

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The scriptural depiction of marriage is reiterated in the Gospels and the Epistles as a perfect establishment: one man and one woman in a lifelong commitment. God's intention for companionship is evident in the creation story, where the woman was formed from man's rib and presented to him as his completion. This divine design involves leaving behind previous loyalties and lifestyles and forming an enduring, unbreakable bond as a unified, stronger unit.

The sanctity of marriage is emphasized as a covenant commitment, a vow made to God and one's partner, encompassing love, faithfulness, and lifelong exclusivity. This sacred union is described as a threefold miracle, uniting two individuals as one flesh, and two families as one, and symbolizing the union of Christ and the church. Transparency, openness, and vulnerability without shame are at the core of God's plan for the marital relationship.

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A Godly Wife Can Change Her Husband - God's Grace/ God's Love

Many pray "Lord send me a husband or a wife." But few pray, "Lord prepare me to be a husband or a wife."

We view every challenge as a chance for growth and improvement, and this endeavor enables us to ensure that our partners are equipped to navigate their unique circumstances more effectively. Our commitment to an innovative approach empowers our community and provides timely support when it is most needed.

What God Has Joined Together

Wherefore they are no more twain, but one flesh. What therefore God hath joined together, let not man put asunder. Matthew 19:6 KJV

This community is designed for married couples to share uplifting experiences that can inspire and support others who may be going through challenges or need a reminder of the essence of marriage.

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Tackling the Issue

Most of our efforts within this program focus on exploring new approaches and devising innovative methods to implement them. We measure our success in this area by collecting qualitative and quantitative data, using this information to gauge shifts and changes from our initial measurements.

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