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Communication in Marriage

Communication in Marriage

In this week's episode of Walking Our Talk, Alan and Pauly Heller discuss the importance of communication in marriage. Often times, communication issues rise from simple misunderstandings. Learn how to resolve these issues by learning this new skill set.

Comradeship

Comradeship

In this week's episode, Alan and Pauly discuss friendship, or "comradeship." In marriage, it's important to share the bedroom and the boardroom. Learn more about how to improve the quality of your friendship in your relationship.

Our Identity

Our Identity

This week we dive deep into the issue of identity. We will tackle these ideas: Running away from your identity, is a race you'll never win. God wants you to be yourself. What truly matters about identity?

More Lessons From Our Dragon Eggs

More Lessons From Our Dragon Eggs

This week, we will dive deep into why we fear exposure of our secrets. What truly happens when we ask for help? Most of us would be really surprised. Listen to this week’s podcast to learn how to apply these principles of trust to your life

The Definition of Trust

The Definition of Trust

In our book Learning How to Trust we say, “if we are to make any progress toward reclaiming trust in our lives, we must all be working with the same definition of “trust.” Words are critical to our thinking. Words define, characterize, and become a substitute for the...

Identifying Your Dragon Eggs

Identifying Your Dragon Eggs

How do we become aware of our blind spots? Sometimes our habits end up controlling us. In our book, Learning How to Trust, we call these blindspots “dragon eggs.” At first, they might not seem harmful, but because we are blind to the negative effects, they end up...

Out of Control Dragon Eggs

Out of Control Dragon Eggs

Many of us don’t take the time to find out the root of our problems - or our "dragon eggs" as we call them in our book Learning To Trust. These are attitudes and actions that we think we can control but they really end up controlling us.

Why Are Bad Habits Hard to Break?

Why Are Bad Habits Hard to Break?

Why Are Habits Hard to Break? Many times, it takes a crisis to change our negative habits. We tend to reject the law that protects us. This is the law of sin and death. Our human flesh causes us to sin and not trust the God that wants to protect us from ourselves. The...

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