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Food for Thought - Feb 4 2008

Working through winter may not be "fun" or "exciting," like sledding down a steep hill or a ski trip to Vail. But when couples persevere and take positive steps to improve their marriage, they emerge stronger, more committed, and better able to work through their differences. By extending peace, even in the midst of pain and alienation, countless couples have discovered deep healing and even deeper intimacy. When two people choose to love again, the melting ice of winter will water the seeds of spring.

Excerpted from an article in Recalibrating Your Marriage, a downloadable resource from Gifted For Leadership.

February04, 2008 at 8:56 AM

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