Beliefs, Expectations & Needs

Posted on: April 27th, 2014 by danielcclark@gmail.com No Comments

Allow Someone to Guide You! Beliefs, Expectations & Needs We all come to marriage with beliefs, expectations and needs. We have come to understand that much of those expectations come from our perceptions of the marriages in our family of origin. They also come from our culture as portrayed through the various forms of media. Over time, 6 Week Marriage Challenge will help your recognize, learn from and grow through the systems we didn’t even know we brought into the marriage relationship. Belief systems in place on the day we marry: ●● We believe that marriage is forever ●● We…

Mind & Will # 1

Posted on: April 17th, 2014 by danielcclark@gmail.com

Mind & Will 4

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Mind & Will 3

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Mind & Will 2

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Beliefs, Expectations & Needs

Posted on: April 6th, 2014 by danielcclark@gmail.com No Comments

Beliefs, Expectations & Needs We all come to marriage with beliefs, expectations and needs. We have come to understand that much of those expectations come from our perceptions of the marriages in our family of origin. They also come from our culture as portrayed through the various forms of media. Over time, Marriage Forever will help your recognize, learn from and grow through the systems we didn’t even know we brought into the marriage relationship. Belief systems in place on the day we marry: • We believe that marriage is forever • We believe that our marriage was made in…

Truth Is Always True

Posted on: April 6th, 2014 by danielcclark@gmail.com No Comments

Truths are always true! We are a body, mind and spirit. While we are most familiar with physical laws, such as gravity, we are not as familiar with or aware of emotional/ intellectual and spiritual laws yet they are just as real and active. All Principles follow the same basic rule. Much like gravity, which is a constant, Principles are consistent and are always drawing us to closer relationship – it’s just true. As we discover and apply the Marriage Principles, they will begin to produce the Fruit of the Spirit in us as found in Galatians 5:22. “For the…

The Couple Problem!

Posted on: April 1st, 2014 by danielcclark@gmail.com No Comments

Couples You get a man and woman together, and they need a common goal in order to really understand each other. They will assume the other person understands when really they do not. They assume the other thinks and feels they way they do. The truth is, we don’t understand each other. Men are fixers, we just want to fix it now. Or if it is something we don’t want to fix now, we want to fix it when we have time, or when we want to. We want to be in control of our schedules. We don’t want to be told what to do.  We…

A Man and A Woman’s Mind – how they work different

Posted on: April 1st, 2014 by danielcclark@gmail.com No Comments

How a woman’s mind works 7 thoughts at a time 7 emotions at one time Has to choose which thought / emotion  to listen to or focus on Multi tasks like no man ever could If old memories are not put away properly they will harm all current relationships Has the ability to see things more clearly and wholly Has a spiritual insight most men lack           How a man’s mind works One thought at a time Can have one emotions at a time Can have a blank look on his face because his is not thinking anything…

Personalities: Genetic Code

Posted on: April 1st, 2014 by danielcclark@gmail.com No Comments

Our personalities are a genetic code that is similar to any other part of our physical anatomy. We are left handed or right handed. We have a temperament. We write best when we are using the hand that was designed to write. We are our best person when we are operating out of our personality strengths. We also are our best when we are aware of our own personal weakness, biases, and natural tendencies. The unfortunate part of our design is that, as a rule, we don’t see our own behavior very well.  We might think we do, but we…