What Are We Fighting For?: How to Turn Your Arguments into the Best News Ever

UNCOMMON Marriage Conference: Breakout Sessions

As a couple you know you are not alone when you fight, but have you ever stopped to consider why you're fighting? Couples say all the time, "We fight about the dumbest things." In this breakout, Ted Lowe will help you discover Two Amazing Things: 1) What you are really fighting about 2) A better way of relating to each other. Ted and his wife Nancie started an organization called MarriedPeople to help churches help marriages. To get the most out of Ted's breakout, download the document in the Download section.

Ted LoweFeb 16, 2013

In This Series (10)
What Are We Fighting For?: How to Turn Your Arguments into the Best News Ever
Ted LoweFeb 16, 2013
The Second Half of Marriage: Preparing for and Thriving with a Nest That's Empty
Dean Macfarlan, Tawney MacfarlanFeb 16, 2013
Talking is Easy, Communication is Not: Biblical communication and Conflict for an UNCOMMON Marriage
Scott Kedersha, Kristen KedershaFeb 16, 2013
Spiritual Intimacy: Sowing Seeds of Oneness
Jim Wimberley, Judy WimberleyFeb 16, 2013
Smoking Hot Monogamy: How Christians Can Have an Uncommon Sex Life
John McGee, Pam McGeeFeb 16, 2013
Not Wrong, Just Different: How Understanding Your Spouse Brings You Together
Scott Kedersha, Kristen KedershaFeb 16, 2013
New Normal: Making Your Marriage a Priority With Young Kids
Lance Sisco, Mandy SiscoFeb 16, 2013
Marriage is Better Connected: Avoiding Isolation Through Community
Barry Rice, Robbie RiceFeb 16, 2013
It Shouldn't be This Hard: Finding Hope in Christ When Your Marriage Seems Hopeless
Raeul Cox, Susan CoxFeb 16, 2013
Becoming Moneywise: Transforming Your Marriage by Examining Your Relationship with Money
Adam TarnowFeb 16, 2013