Welcome to Loving Well, a new Valentine’s Day podcast series from Focus on the Family. Join our hosts, John Fuller, Dr. Greg Smalley and Greg’s wife, Erin, to celebrate marriage with fun stories, encouraging conversations and practical advice about ways y
Even after the children leave home, your spouse will still be there. Dr. Gary Chapman talks about how mature couples can thrive in the second half of marriage, and Bob and Cheryl Reccord offer tips for you and your spouse to stay active during the later stages of life.
Kids change a marriage, but they can also strengthen the bond with your spouse. Arlene Pellicane explains how you can keep your romance alive amongst the busyness of parenting, and Dr. Gary Chapman talks about how to keep your priorities in order during the cold seasons of marriage.
The early years of marriage are filled with changes. Pastor Ted Cunningham explains how couples can transition well after leaving their parent’s home, Dr. Juli Slattery talks about working through the sexual dynamics of marriage, and Bill and Pam Farrel discuss how young couples can learn how to communicate with each other.
Young love is exciting, but it must be built on a solid foundation in order to flourish. Join John, Greg and Erin as they share their engagement stories. You’ll also hear from guests Roger and Diane Ingolia about the importance of having a marriage mentor, and Gary Thomas on how to find a godly spouse.
Focus on the Family is celebrating Valentine’s Day with a new season of the Loving Well Podcast! Join John Fuller, Dr. Greg Smalley and his wife Erin Smalley as they discuss how to embrace and enjoy your romance journey, no matter what part you find yourself in.
A strong and lasting marriage is a beautiful thing. In this final episode of our “Loving Well” podcast series, Gary Thomas and Dr. David Clarke describe what you can start doing today to build a marriage that will stand the test of time.
True intimacy is essential for a marriage to thrive. In this episode, Dr. Cliff and Joyce Penner, along with Bill and Pam Farrel, explain ways you and your spouse can develop deeper physical, emotional and spiritual intimacy.
Whether it’s an inside joke or a big night out, having fun with your spouse can re-energize your marriage. Join us as we hear from Pastor Ted Cunningham and Dr. Greg and Erin Smalley about simple ways husbands and wives can make fun a priority in their relationship.
Love can take many forms, but few are as meaningful as romantic love between husband and wife. We’re exploring that love today with the help of Cindy Dagnan and Pastor Ted Cunningham, who will reveal fun and simple ways to add more romance to your marriage.
Showing love to your spouse doesn’t take large or elaborate gestures — sometimes simple things are best! On today’s Loving Well, Dr. Greg and Erin Smalley, along with Kathi Lipp, will describe how you can find ways to express your love in meaningful ways to your spouse.
Get ready for Loving Well, a new podcast series from Focus on the Family. This series offers you lots of practical advice and encouragement from our favorite marriage experts, plus a lot of fun, too! Join us Monday, February 5th for the premiere of Loving Well.