About the Episode
In this episode of the Hope + Help Podcast, Christine Chappell interviews Dave Harvey about his book I Still Do: Growing Closer and Stronger through Life’s Defining Moments. Some of the questions addressed in this episode are:
• What are some major “defining moments” in marriage that couples should be aware of and prepare for?
• Why is it important to view our spouse as a “whole person” instead of only focusing on their sin struggles?
• What are some practical steps couples can take to work themselves out of a marriage rut?
• What does it look like to respond to our spouse’s suffering with hope instead of cynicism?
About the Guest
Dave Harvey (DMin, Westminster Theological Seminary) serves as the president of Great Commission Collective. He pastored for thirty-three years, serves on the board of CCEF, and travels widely across networks and denominations as a popular conference speaker. Dave is the author of When Sinners Say “I Do”; Am I Called?; and Rescuing Ambition; and a coauthor of Letting Go: Rugged Love for Wayward Souls. He and his wife, Kimm, have four kids and four grandchildren and live in southwest Florida. For videos, articles, or to book an event, visit www.revdaveharvey.com.
- I Still Do: Growing Closer and Stronger through Life’s Defining Moments
- I Still Do Devotional: 31 Days to a Stronger Marriage
- I Still Do Study Guide
About the Podcast
The Hope + Help Podcast offers interviews with seasoned biblical counseling professionals and ministry leaders on a variety of topics regarding life’s challenging problems. Listeners can expect to receive biblical wisdom as well as practical steps for facing suffering, struggling, and sin with courage and grace. Hosted by author/writer Christine M. Chappell.
Related Resources from IBCD
- When Sinners Say ‘I Do’: Sin (Dave Harvey)
- When Sinners Say ‘I Do’: Mercy (Dave Harvey)
- Keys to Preserving and Strengthening Your Marriage (Jim Newheiser)
- Helping Women Who are Married but Lonely (Caroline Newheiser)
- Friendship on Fire: The Song of Songs on Marriage (Iain Duguid)