Build a Biblical Marriage
podcast with Dale & Veronica
A free audio series that complements our comprehensive six-week marriage mentor program.
Every few episodes, we tackle a few questions from our devoted listeners. In this episode, Dale and Veronica carefully navigate two hard-hitting issues with biblical wisdom.
Sadly, divorce is common in the church. However, out of fear of offending their congregations, many pastors have remained silent on the biblical doctrine of divorce. In this episode, Dale and Veronica unpack Jesus’s words on divorce with truth and grace.
Christians have banked their lives and eternity on this book being true. However, most Christians have no idea how to reasonably defend their belief. In this episode, we look at the logic behind the inerrancy of the Bible.
Most Christians are living on starvation rations of relationship. This is not God’s design. God’s people—the Church—are supposed to be the culture’s example of rich, committed, deep relationships. If you don’t have them, here’s how you can.
Sadly, many church-going folks have forgotten what it means to wear the title “Christian.” January presents itself as a good time to examine if the way we behave matches up with what we believe.
For some reason, the pulpit across America has avoided certain topics—from pornography to parenting. In this episode, we confront three hard questions from listeners around the country.
Do you argue about what’s appropriate or inappropriate to watch in your home? Is there a TV show or movie your spouse watches that makes you uncomfortable? In this episode, we look at the Bible’s boundaries on modern media.
The holidays can be days of drudgery for a spouse who isn’t accepted or appreciated by your extended family. As Christians, what are we supposed to do when our extended families don’t treat our spouse with the respect and honor that they deserve? Find out in this episode of Ultimate Marriage.
Is telling your children to believe in Santa lying? Are Christmas trees rooted in pagan rituals? Does gift-giving nurture materialism in your children? Find out how we structure Christmas and keep it about Christ.
What if going to the church was supposed to be more like going to the gym and less like going to the movies? Let’s look at how the Bible describes the church gathering and see if it’s matching up to what we’re doing on Sunday.
We believe the Church is God’s central avenue for developing His children. We believe having a scripturally accurate experience with the Church is critical to forming a thriving Christian marriage, family, and faith.
Christian families are often naive to their slow fade away from God. They don’t pray together daily. They don’t read the Bible to their children daily. They don’t speak truth into their marriage daily. This is how families slowly fall. Here’s what we do to protect against that.
It’s easy to believe that love is easy or natural. In reality, love is far more demanding than we’d like to admit. In this episode, Dale and Veronica work through the Bible’s definition and commands of love.
There’s probably no better metric to measure the health of a marriage than by their frequency of sex and intimacy. However, many couples have been kept from high frequency and marital health because of trauma and trials in the bedroom. In this episode, we discuss the biblical solution to this tough problem.
85% of marital affairs begin at work. Many Christians are naive to the threats and have failed to uphold important boundaries to protect their marriage.
The word holy mean to be separate, different, and sacred. The Bible calls Christians to have a marriage that causes curiosity from an onlooking world. But what does it mean to be holy in marriage? Find out in this episode of Ultimate Marriage.
Bitterness kills marriages every day. The Bible offers a clear path on how to deal with bitterness and sin in our marriage. Those who deny the practice do so at their own peril. Those who adopt it enjoy the blessing of a thriving Christian marriage.
The topic of modesty has been virtually erased from the Christian pulpit. Now, is that because the conversation is unnecessary or is it merely a topic many pastors fearfully avoid? Find out in this episode of Ultimate Marriage.
In a Christian marriage, discussions and disagreements are normal but fighting is sinful. So how do Christian couples resolve conflict according to Scripture? Find out in this episode of Ultimate Marriage.
Wealth can be a blessing or a curse. It’s not the money that’s the problem, though. It’s our attitude toward it. In this episode, Dale and Veronica breakdown the biblical instruction for the management of money.
Trials and tribulations are an immovable reality. Husbands, as leaders of their homes, must be equipped to guide their wives and families through these difficult waters without drowning. In this episode, Veronica and I confront the hard scriptural perspective Christians are called to have.
For many Christians, if we’re being honest, children are an obstacle in the way of creating the life and lifestyle we desire. But while we may think children impede our dreams, the Bible tells us that children should be the dream.
God offers us one way to properly express our sexuality and that is with our spouse who is of the opposite sex. In this episode, we will discuss the structure and latitude the Scriptures provide for healthy marital sexuality.
You can’t lead someone to a territory you don’t understand. In this episode, Dale and Veronica call husbands to study the description of a biblical woman.
Sadly, the culture’s emasculation of men has rubbed off on the Church. However, most wives (secular and Christian) don’t like it. They’re tired of the disengaged, dormant, and coasting husband.
The culture has created much confusion about the roles of a husband and wife. In this episode, Dale and Veronica quickly discuss the Bible’s call for marital roles.
There’s nothing complex about our marriage. Veronica and I have not innovated a revolutionary approach to this Holy union. We simply do what the Bible says.
We have a confession… Our first few years of marriage weren’t great. Veronica was bitter and I was checked out. Church was optional. The Bible was absent. It was a slow fade to a marriage we never wanted.
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