91 episodes

Jeff and Mandy Rose have been married for over a decade and they've been through it all. Their podcast is designed to help couples make their marriage more by going through various Love Challenges.

Marriage More Podcast - Making Your Marriage More - Relationships | Couples | Intimacy | Christian | Jeff and Mandy Rose

    • Kids & Family
    • 4.3, 342 Ratings

Jeff and Mandy Rose have been married for over a decade and they've been through it all. Their podcast is designed to help couples make their marriage more by going through various Love Challenges.

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
342 Ratings

342 Ratings

golden.sara.j ,

Great topic, too much rambling.

I loved the topic because we too have a “spirited child”, and the info given was good, but I felt there was too much rambling at the beginning of the episode.

MH_in_Oregon ,

Meh...

Been listening to several different Christian marriage podcasts lately, and this one is just okay. I’ve listened to only a few episodes so far, and I understand it’s possible not every podcast does the same thing. What bothered me the most was how negative Mandy is... kinda whiny, and complaining a lot. Also, she assumes too much about how “all” women feel, just because she feels a certain way. Another thing that I find annoying is the back and forth banter that is probably supposed to sound playful and flirty, but it doesn’t come across that way. There are a lot of put-downs, either of the other person or of the speakers themselves. This might be humorous at times, but use that method sparingly. You’re beginning to sound like an old couple that’s been married for 5 decades and are annoyed with each other all the time. Be more positive, encouraging, cooperative, loving, etc. That would be much nicer to hear.

Svegetarian ,

Wish i could have kept listening...

Got 8 episodes in and thought that some of the points that were made/ ideas could be actually helpful, but this podcast is heavy with male/female stereotypes, which borders on sexism the majority of the time. I don’t think that either person in a relationship should take on certain roles “because they’re the man”, or “ women don’t like that”, but rather they should step up to different duties in their relationship because it’s necessary for their relationship or it’s their particular strength/ something in which they’re maybe stronger or more apt.

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