WARNING: THIS PODCAST IS NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Last week, we talked about the importance of having a spiritual relationship with both our spouse and God. In this week's podcast, Alan and Pauly Heller discuss Completeness Things to make you smile in the bedroom....
In this week's podcast, Alan and Pauly Heller discuss tips for intimacy with each other and many of them are outside the bedroom. Prayer with one another and non-sexual touching are both important parts of this equation. Listen to this week's podcast and see what will...
In this week's episode, Alan and Pauly Heller discuss why you should truly value one another. Do you ever take your spouse for granted? Do you shut them off when you don't agree with them? Valuing your partner means you listen to them and allow them to share all parts...
Alan and Pauly Heller discuss the importance of value in marriage. If you're not being valued, there can be negative reactions. Learn more about how to show your partner that you truly value them.
How do trials affect your marriage? There are many external issues that cause conflicts. Learn healthy ways to navigate these experiences by listening to this week's podcast!
In this week's episode of Walking Our Talk, Alan and Pauly Heller continue to discuss the importance of communication in marriage. They have a tool for listening and speaking called the Communistar that will be of great help in your conversation.
One of the biggest hurdles in marriage is the expectation of your spouse to fulfill all of your needs. In this week’s podcast, we talk about how to maintain reasonable expectations for our partner.
In this week's podcast, Alan and Pauly Heller discuss the powerful meaning behind vows in marriage. What exactly are you committing to?
In this week's episode, Alan and Pauly Heller talk about the key component of any relationship - commitment. It's important not to stretch yourself too thin and make sure you commit adequate time to your spouse, especially in times of need.
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.
In this week's podcast, we explore what to do when you have unrealistic expectations. One of the foundational problems we see frequently in marriage counseling, is unmet expectations. Its natural to have some healthy expectations of your partner. But often problems...
On today's podcast, we are going to learn three things. Number one, how our life-shaping events have lingering influences. Number two, human and eternal perspectives on the trials of trust. Number three ways to pray about trust.
This week, we are going to learn two things. Number one, the enemies of our trust and number two, the anti-trust strategy these enemies use against us.
This week, we are going to discuss how the judgments we make about ourselves, the generalizations we make about others, and the vows we make in life, have an emotional and spiritual impact on us. Learn how to deal with these three topics from a biblical perspective.
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?
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
In this episode, we are going to discuss secrets. Why do we love secrets? Secrets give us a false pleasure that gives us a sense of allusion or control.
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...
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.
Last week, Alan Heller, Pauly Heller, and Ed Delph, the authors of Learning How to Trust, talked about how our decision revealed certain things about us. They also touched on a process of how to trust. This week, we continue that discussion by focusing on three...
In this week’s Trust Minute, we discuss how to prevent bad habits from forming and taking over our lives.