“Haven’t you read,” He (Jesus) replied, “that at the beginning the Creator ‘made them male and female,’ and said, ‘For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and the two will become one flesh’? So they are no longer two, but one. Therefore what God has joined together, let man not separate.”
— Matthew 19:4-6
We recommend HomeBuilders small group Bible studies as well as a variety of helpful books addressing everything from marital instruction, to recovering from infidelity, to issues with sexual intimacy, to training with finances.
HomeBuilders includes the most comprehensive series of small group studies for military couples. FamilyLife developed HomeBuilders to help couples build marriages and families according to God’s design.
HomeBuilders can be used in a
• other small group setting.
Each small-group study focuses on real-life topics, practical application, and biblical truth. Shop.FamilyLife.com lists the HomeBuilders Couples and Parenting Series. The four military HomeBuilders studies were written by Military Ministry staff.
Four sessions designed to address four primary issues military couples face;
• life in the military;
• finances, and
This is a great starter study for any military couple but especially for those who are new to the military or to small groups.
Six sessions to help equip couples facing deployment. This can be a challenging time as the reality of separation sinks in. Many questions arise, and one of the biggest is: “Will my marriage be okay?” This study is designed to strengthen your marriage before deployment and bring you closer to each other and to God. The study ends with a recommitment ceremony and presentation of a two-piece marriage commitment coin.
For tips on the many ways to use these and other HomeBuilders studies, Read more.
If your friend has given up hope for their marriage, pray for them relentlessly! This book reminds us that with God nothing is impossible. . . through prayer. The appendix of the book includes a powerful tool: a special section called “Help Me Help My Friend.”
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