March 20

Episode 52: Building Influence in a Relationship through Love and Respect…

Develop Your Influence, Inspired Stewardship Podcast, Spiritual Foundations

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Join us today for an episode about Ephesians 5: 21-33...

Today's episode is focused on Ephesians 5: 21-33 and how through understanding this couples can influence each other and build each other up.

In this episode, we cover a passage from Ephesians and how it calls for us to be mutually submissive to each other when in a committed relationship.  We talk about the Love & Respect material from Dr. Eggerichs and how understanding this allows a married couple to influence each other to greater things. 

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In today's episode, I talk with you about:

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    Ephesians Chapter 5 Verses 21-33…
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    How in a marriage we are called to be in mutual submission…
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    How wives should show respect and husbands should show love to build each other up in a way that leads to success…
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    and more.....

When a husband feels disrespected, it is especially hard to love his wife. When a wife feels unloved, it is especially hard to respect her husband. - Dr. Emerson Eggerichs

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Scott

Helping people to be better Stewards of God's gifts. Because Stewardship is about more than money.

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