Episode 22: Zipping The Jacket

By Kris Emerson on April

Zipping the jacket

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Zipping The Jacket

Just about everyone knows how to zip a jacket. You put the pieces together at the bottom, get it started rightly, and it glides from there. If you rush it or force it, the jacket will not come together. In repairing damaged relationships, we sometimes try to rush it or force it. We sometimes try to fix it all in one moment. But if you know how to zip a jacket, you know how to fix relationships. To learn about the connection, and see the simple little step that makes all the difference, check out episode 22: Zipping the Jacket!

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Kris Emerson, a loving husband, father of four, and gospel preacher, takes a few minutes to go over some important life changing and spirituals insights.

  • How to fix my marriage
  • How to be a better spouse
  • How to communicate with my spouse
  • How to please God in my marriage
  • How to find common ground

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Caleb Emerson
Caleb Emerson
1 year ago

Excellent Episode Kris!
I really enjoyed your spiritual insight on communication in marriage. It has def. given me new strategies to try in my own marriage.