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Jim is the founder, with wife, Sheri, of Growthtrac Ministries as well as Program Director of GrowthtracRadio and the architect behind growthtrac.com. Jim holds a B.S. in business management and is a facilitator for PREPARE/ENRICH, the most widely used customized couple assessment tool. He has authored numerous articles, interviewed leading relationship experts and Christian artists, and has contributed to Dr. Les Parrott’s book, The Complete Guide to Marriage Mentoring. Jim has worked for more than 15 years to help premarital couples and married couples build and maintain healthy relationships.
Puzzle Mania There is something to be said about enjoying comfortable silences together. Completing a puzzle together is one of the few activities perfect for enjoying a quiet evening alone together! You can talk as little or as much as you want while enjoying just being with your partner.
Now may the God of peace make you holy in every way, and may your whole
spirit and soul and body be kept blameless until that day when our Lord Jesus
Christ comes again. 1 Thessalonians 5:23
Give every part of yourself spirit, soul, and body–over to the Spirit’s
The spirit, soul, and body are integral parts of a person. This expression is
Paul’s way of saying that God must be involved in every aspect of our lives.
It is wrong to think we can separate our spiritual lives from everything else,
obeying God only in some ethereal sense or living for him only one day each
week. Christ must control all of us, not just a religious part.
The (Marriage) Minutes have encouraged us to chat in a new way throughout the day, we email back and forth at various points in our day and carry on brief, yet sustaining, conversation. Kristie