Christian Marriage Tips – An Interview

I had the opportunity recently to interview Pastors Dave and Ann Barringer, from Kalamzoo First. They’ve been married for a couple of decades now and share candidly about struggles they had with transitions early in their marriage as well as personality differences they have. They also shared some great tips for marriage improvement and learning to love like Jesus.

You can tune in to this interview by clicking the video below. After you watch, share your thoughts!

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