Love and Respect


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Episode 121 – 8 Ways To Jump Off The Crazy Cycle

Join Emerson and Jonathan this week as they discuss 8 ways to prevent and get off the Crazy Cycle (see Episode 1 for a deeper explanation of the Crazy...

Episode 120 – The Four Seasons of Marriage – Part III

Join Emerson and Jonathan for Part III of this three part series. Why is marital paradise lost? Why do couples feel they have left Eden and live in a jungle...

Episode 119 – The Four Seasons of Marriage – Part II

Join Emerson and Jonathan for Part II of this three part series. Why is marital paradise lost? Why do couples feel they have left Eden and live in a...

Episode 118 – The Four Seasons of Marriage-Part I

Why is marital paradise lost?  Why do couples feel they have left Eden and live in a jungle of sorts?  Since Scripture indicates couples will have trouble in this...

Episode 117 – Submission and Mutual Submission – Yikes!

**Jonathan’s audio sounds poor and the issue was a bad cable.  Our apologies.  Submission, mutual submission, headship, authority, responsibility, equality, and decision making. Join Emerson and Jonathan this week...

Episode 116 – After The “Oops” Just Apologize And Make It Right

When we miscommunicate, most people readily forgive when we ask them to forgive us. After all, they themselves have misspoken and have little interest in throwing stones. This is...

Episode 115 – Have You Seen These Crazy Cycles Between Managers and Employees?

Men and women need love and respect as human beings in the workplace. Though there are daily demands to fulfill the mission of the organization apart from these emotional...

Episode 114 – In Business, What’s Love and Respect Got to Do With It?

There are two elements that are foundational to the long-term success of an organization. As odd as this may sound, they are love and respect. Said negatively and drastically,...

Episode 113 – Why Confess Our Unloving and Disrespectful Comments?

Why confess our unloving and disrespectful comments? If the roles were reversed, we’d expect another to confess to us. If another was mean to us, blamed us for their...