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Dorcas Cheng-Tozun on Being Married to an Entrepreneur

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Dorcas Cheng-Tozun is an award-winning writer, editor, and speaker. As a columnist for Inc.com, she writes about the intersection of start-up life with marriage, family, and well-being. She also contributes regularly to Christianity Today, The Well, and Asian American Women on Leadership. Her work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, BlogHer, The Entrepreneurial Leader, and…

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Dr. Nathan Church: Why Can’t You Accept Me the Way I Am?

Dr. Nathan Church has over 30 years of experience in marriage/family therapy and counseling. He is the creator of the Thinking Style Assessment, which he details in his book, Why Can’t You Accept Me the Way I Am?: Understanding Thinking Style Differences to Foster Effective Relationships. As an expert in sociology and psychology, he has authored journal articles,…

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Keep Your Love On with Danny Silk

Danny Silk  is the President and Co-Founder of Loving on Purpose. He is a Board Member for Jesus Culture and a previous part of the Senior Leadership at Bethel Church. He has been helping leader, families and married couples for over three decades with his wisdom. He is also the author of several books, including Culture of Honor,…

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Thriving in Marriage with Phil Potts

Phil Potts is former optometrist turned men’s marriage coach and teacher. He is certified with the American Association of Christian Counselors and is the author of Habits of Heroic Husbands. 3 Big Takeaways Some of the walls we build with our spouse are walls that we edified as children to protect ourselves. The rejection that we…

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Bridging Generation Gaps with Dr. Steve Gerali

3 Big Takeaways Our identity is not based on our mistakes; it is based on what God says about you. There is a powerful shift that occurs in our lives when we live from knowing who we are in Christ. Every generation has felt that the generation after them was entitled. To be fair to…

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