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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 authors 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.
Take a hike together. Drink in the beauty of God’s creation with a hand-in-hand
stroll in the forest, along the beach, or through a nature preserve. Bring along
a snack and fresh water but leave your cell phones in the car. While your bodies
profit from the exercise and sunshine, your relationship will reap the rewards
of an opportunity to talk without electronic interruptions. For a list of local
parks, go to FindLocalParks.com.
Yet I will keep the covenant I made with you when you were young, and I
will establish an everlasting covenant with you. Ezekiel 16:60
Although the Israelites had broken their promises and did not deserve anything
but punishment, God would not break his promises. If the people turned back
to him, he would again forgive them and renew his covenant. This covenant was
put into effect when Jesus paid for the sins of all humanity by his death on
the cross. No one is beyond the reach of God’s forgiveness. Although we don’t
deserve anything but punishment for our sins, God will not break his promise
to give us salvation and forgiveness if we repent and turn to him.
No matter what you have done in your life, God promises forgiveness and salvation.