During these challenging times, we often find that we are not united with our spouses on every decision. We may have different perspectives or have trouble finding common ground when communicating. Wednesday on Mornings with Eric and Brigitte, marriage life-coaches, Greg and Julie Gorman will talk about how we, as Christian married couples, need to remember God's promises, who He is in our lives, and the truth that sets us free.
Why do we act like there is an age restriction on spiritual growth? While it is important to focus on the early stages of discipleship (children, youth, college-age), have we neglected the spiritual growth of those in the second half of life? Michelle Van Loon will join Mornings with Eric and Brigitte on Wednesday to challenge those in midlife and beyond to continue pursuing radical spiritual growth, and she'll help you get started, challenging you to not settle for a life of coasting!
Greg and Julie Gorman are entrepreneurs, certified life coaches, owners of small businesses and most of all parents of two teenagers and a now twenty-something-year-old, they understand busy and the struggles in everyday life. When first married, they allowed problems to divide them. As God taught them the powerful truth that problems divide; purpose unites, they made a decision to pursue and seize a purpose-focused marriage, and it changed everything. Greg and Julie make their home near West Palm Beach, Florida.
Michelle Van Loon's Jewish heritage, spiritual hunger, and storyteller's sensibilities have shaped her faith journey and informed her writing. She is the author of five books, and Michelle is a regular contributor to Christianity Today's women's blog, In Touch magazine, and is the co-founder of www.ThePerennialGen.com, a website for midlife women and men. She's married to Bill, and is mother of three and grandmother of two. Learn about her writing and speaking ministry by visiting her website, www.michellevanloon.com.
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