Cowboy Up

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	In this 3 week series - we take a look at the "rawhide side" of marriage... the ups and downs, the rowdy and the riveting, the nitty and the gritty! Look at Matthew 19:11-12 in the Message Bible:<br />
	<em>But Jesus said, "</em><em>Not everyone is mature enough to live a married life.  It requires a certain aptitude and grace.  Marriage isn't for everyone.  Some, from birth seemingly, never give marriage a thought.  Others never get asked - or accepted.  And some decide not to get married for kingdom reasons.  <strong>But if you're capable of growing into the largeness of marriage, do it.</strong>"</em><br />
	Or, if you've got what it takes to get on the wild ride of marriage - Cowboy Up!
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	This week concludes our look at the "rawhide side" of marriage.  Where we sow and what we sow will drastically affect the trajectory of our marriage.  We have the opportunity to craft a quality life together - especially when we don't give up!
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	Week 2 in our marriage series takes into the terrain of conflict and communication.  When people feel passionately enough about one another that they get married, that same passion can create conflict.  It’s been said this way:  opposites attract then they attack!  The wild ride of marriage requires couples to learn how to bridle their words, especially in moments of conflict.  We will take a good look at the rules of engagement that are laid down in James 1:19 – be quick to listen, slow to speak, and slow to get angry.  These three offer significant help in shaping our words so that our marriage communication is helpful instead of hurtful.
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	The first message in our study will put a focus on the God Factor in marriage.  One of the keys to properly understanding marriage is to view it through the biblical lens of covenant.  Covenants are pledges between people that also bind God into the agreement.  Across Scripture we are reminded that God is a part of our marriage covenant:  vows are made before Him, He joins people in their union, He even pledges a portion of His Spirit to be infused with every marriage.  It has been far too easy to think about weddings and marriage with God as an afterthought – but there is a God Factor in marriage we must account for.  Our aim this week is to raise our awareness of God’s place in our marriage but then challenge every couple to pursue God together.
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Cowboy Up

In this 3 week series - we take a look at the "rawhide side" of marriage... the ups and downs, the rowdy and the riveting, the nitty and the gritty! Look at Matthew 19:11-12 in the Message Bible:
But Jesus said, "Not everyone is mature enough to live a married life.  It requires a certain aptitude and grace.  Marriage isn't for everyone.  Some, from birth seemingly, never give marriage a thought.  Others never get asked - or accepted.  And some decide not to get married for kingdom reasons.  But if you're capable of growing into the largeness of marriage, do it."
Or, if you've got what it takes to get on the wild ride of marriage - Cowboy Up!

Don't Give Up

· Chuck Angel

Bridling Our Words

· Chuck Angel

The God Factor

· Chuck Angel