Rusty and Heather Bryant discuss ways to encourage healthy marriages, strengthen wounded marriages, and begin the process of restoration to broken marriages.
New Marriage, New Intimacy
After their journey through infidelity, Rusty and Heather could not go back to the way things were. They needed a new marriage. They have identified five areas that were completely transformed after the betrayal, and they discuss 3 of these on this episode. Some of the greatest changes happened in the areas of spiritual and physical intimacy. Learn what changed, how God made things new, and how they are having the most fun they have ever had in their marriage.
5 Steps To A New Marriage
After infidelity nearly destroyed Rusty and Heather's marriage, they knew they could not go back to the way their marriage was before the betrayal. Their marriage obviously wasn't working. The only way to survive and thrive was to create a new marriage. Their journey to a brand new marriage involved transforming 5 areas of marriage. This week they discuss the first two steps on the road to the marriage you've always wanted.
So many disappointments and conflicts in marriage are a result of unmet expectations. Romance is not an exception. Romantic expectations are often not discussed, and they can even change throughout the years and seasons of marriage. Rusty and Heather discuss the importance of communication around the subject of romance, and they invite you into a real-time discussion about their own personal expectations surrounding romance.
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10 Ways To A Stronger Marriage: A Conversation With Trey and Lea Morgan
This week we are joined by Trey and Lea Morgan, authors of "10 Ways To A Stronger Marriage." They are marriage ministry trailblazers that encourage countless couples through their books, podcast, and workshops. On this episode, Trey and Lea discuss their passion for strengthening marriages, and also the top takeaways of their popular book.
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Cell Phones and Marriage: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly
Like them or not, cell phones play an incredible role in our lives. In fact, most people cannot live without their cell phone. For all of the good that comes along with having the world in the palm of our hands, cell phones can also become a threat to our marriages. In this episode, Rusty and Heather discuss ways that cell phones can harm your marriage, but also how they can enhance your marriage. Listen in on practical advice for navigating the use of cell phones in your marriage.
Let Us Pray For Your Marriage
If we are honest, we can all admit that our marriages need prayer. Whether your marriage is in a state of desperation, or you just desire growth in your marriage, turning to God is a great place to start. As you pray, remember that you don't have to enter the spiritual battle alone. There is no shame in asking other believers to pray for you and with you. Rusty and Heather want to intercede on your behalf. Visit theredeemedmarriage.com to sign up for their February prayer list and allow them the honor of praying specifically for your marriage during their February Prayer Challenge.
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I have enjoyed listening to each episode. There are some that I have listened to multiple times. I appreciate Rusty and Heather’s compassion for couples who are or have been in crisis. I look forward to listening to the new episodes each week. THANK YOU BOTH!
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I knew about the Bryants story and loved the work they were doing, but I didn’t think it was for me. My marriage was seemingly fine. But brokenness entered our marriage and after reaching out a pastor, a few trusted friends, and setting up counseling appointments, this podcast was the next place I turned. Part of our own personal road to redemption is listening to an episode each day, each taking notes, and discussing it together. It’s been so helpful. I would love to get to go to a retreat or do marriage coaching with them.
I recently discovered this podcast. Something that really resonated with me is the comment they made on one episode that so many couples are struggling with marriage problems secretly because they feel like they cannot reach out for help or talk about it. I’m grateful they’re willing to talk about something quite personal & difficult that they endured in order to help other couples. It’s definitely worth a listen (or watch on YouTube) for all couples!