Creating a Gospel-Centered Marriage: Communication (Videos)

The videos below were taken from the live presentation of the “Creating a Gospel-Centered Marriage: Communication” seminar. For the various counseling options available from this material visit www.summitrdu.com/counseling.

This seminar is part of a series of “Creating a Gospel-Centered Marriage” seminars that also includes:

If you are interested in the pre-marital mentoring program built around these materials, you can find everything you need at www.bradhambrick.com/gcm.

NOTE: Many people have asked how they can get a copy of the seminar notebook referenced in this verbal presentation. You can request a copy from Summit’s admin over counseling at counseling@summitrdu.com (please note this is an administrative account; no individual or family counsel is provided through e-mail).

Chapter 1
What We Have Here Is a Failure to Communicate:
The Obvious and Not-So-Obvious Things That Disrupt Communication

GCM Communication Part 1 from Equip on Vimeo.

Chapter 2
Listening:
The Neglected Key to a Marital Communication

GCM Communication Part 2 from Equip on Vimeo.

Evaluation One: GCMevaluation_Listening

Chapter 3
Day-to-Day Communication:
The Oil in the Machine of Marriage

GCM Communication Part 3 from Equip on Vimeo.

Evaluation Two: GCMevaluation_Day-to-Day_Communication

Chapter 4
Conflict Resolution:
Navigating Differences without Dividing

GCM Communication Part 4 from Equip on Vimeo.

Evaluation Three: GCMevaluation_Conflict Resolution

Resource: Conversation Log

Chapter 5
Repenting with Excellence:
Changing the Momentum of Your Marriage

GCM Communication Part 5 from Equip on Vimeo.

Chapter 6
Uncomfortable Forgiveness:
Absorbing the Cost of Their Sin for His Glory and Our Good

GCM Communication Part 6 from Equip on Vimeo.

If this post was beneficial for you, then considering reading other blogs from my “Favorite Posts on Communication” post which address other facets of this subject.

If this post was beneficial for you, then considering reading other blogs from my “Favorite Posts on Marriage” post which address other facets of this subject.