Welcome to Our Virtual Couple’s Retreat!

Over the next 40 Days, we’ll explore topics that are essential for becoming closer to the Love of Your Life.

The beauty of this Couple’s Retreat is that you can go through it with your spouse or solo. It’s totally up to you!

I welcome your comments and promise to read each one.

If you want to chat for a minute, just give me a call on my cell at 714-865-2164.

In case you are wondering: Yes, I got this idea from New York Times Best Selling Author Bob Goff, who publishes his cell number in the back of all his books!

If Bob does it, why don’t I?

If I don’t answer right away, it’s because I silence my phone when I’m …

  • writing
  • recording
  • working with clients
  • hanging out with my family & friends
  • sleeping

I will return your call … if you leave me a voicemail with this info:

  • Name
  • What you’d like to talk about
  • Home state or country
  • Phone number
  • Best time to call

Day 1. Are you ready to get started?

We are beginning a new leg of our Journey together, and I’m super excited!

Here’s the thing: If you want to be closer to the Love of Your Life, then at least one of you will have to move. I resolve to do that each and every morning. So can you!

We must begin at The Beginning – which for Christians – is also The End. That is, God is the Alpha and Omega, the Beginning and the End of all things. So here’s where we must begin.

“What comes into our minds when we think about God
is the most important thing about us.

A.W. Tozer

That makes sense, ya? If you’re created in His Image, your beliefs about who God is for you will be directly reflected in how you see yourself.

TODAY’S QUESTION:

So how do you see God?


DISCLAIMER: The information provided herein is for educational purposes only. It is not intended to replace a professional evaluation or treatment for emotional and relational concerns. If you are experiencing severe distress or believe you may be a victim of domestic violence, please contact a licensed mental health professional for assistance. If you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, please call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.