There is a great difference in excellency, usefulness, and comfort between people of clear, digested knowledge, and confused, undigested apprehensions. -Richard Baxter

pre-nuptial or post-nuptial: one series fits all

hey, we’re going to take several weeks (maybe 5) and talk about marriage openly and honestly, underthescrutiny of Scripture and in the community of God’s people.  Hope you can join us.  Here’s a little more detail.

Wanted you also to be aware of something PCPC is offering for free for the next several days (you may have heard about it already; they’ve been advertising it for weeks.)  Are you married and would like some feedback on the health of your marriage? Are you dating someone and would like some feedback on the health of your relationship?  Click here, follow the instructions.

I know it may feel a little odd to take an inventory of this nature if you’re dating.  But if you both feel comfortable enough to hear what it may reveal, then why not?  It’s not meant to be a substitute for the wisdom of friends, relatives, and mentors, as they discern your relationship.  It can be a helpful supplement, though.  It’s not measuring “compatibility.”  It is identifying agreement and disagreement within the relationship on matters of consequence.  So, if you’re game, give it a whirl.

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