At Cornerstone this week, we continued our New and Improved Series by looking at Ephesians 5.   If we want to have a new & improved marriage, then we have to be willing to do whatever it takes.   I shared about understanding our commitment, about fighting for our marriages, and about protecting our marriages from sin.   It was a tough sermon to preach, and I could tell it made many people uncomfortable, but it was a message that we all needed to hear.  It is impossible to share everything you need to know about marriage in a single sermon, so I wanted to give you a few links to other sermons that helped me prepare for this past week.  I encourage you to check out these sermons, and I pray that you will have the courage to do whatever it takes to improve your marriage.

Sermon Links

  • Cornerstone did a series on building healthy home a couple of years ago.  Check out the love and respect messages that I shared for the husbands and wives.
  • It’s Just Sex sermon by Perry Noble – Great for singles and married couples.  Perry Noble preaches a powerful message about sexual purity.
  • I Want a New Marriage series by Perry Noble – This is a 4 week series about what it takes to have a successful marriage.
  • How to Commit Adultery sermon by Craig Groeschel – Craig shares a message on how to prevent adultery from happening in your marriage
  • For those of you who have gone through a divorce, let me recommend a great sermon on Divorce by Greg Surratt of Seacoast Church. Check out part 16 of their series on Ephesians here
  • And finally, check out the series from Lifechurch.tv called Going All The Way, Preparing for a Marriage that Goes the Distance.  It covers everything from dating to marriage and is great for teens, singles, and married couples.  I have used it with our youth, and I use the book that came out of this series in my pre-marriage counseling.

Update: One last thing, I did mention a book that several have asked about. Check out the The Love Dare based on the Fireproof movie. It’s a great way to get your marriage back on track.

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