Round 6: Boundaries for My Soul

The Really Wed Game: When the Honeymoon's Over (And the In-Laws Are Too)

Chad Hovind
October 21, 2018

People are different, and that's most apparent in the context of marriage. The union of two perspectives brings challenges, as couples attempt to bridge their distinctive backgrounds, values, and personalities. When bride and groom strive to find common ground, their success can be hampered by outside forces, namely the in-laws. The Bible offers guidance for this issue, illustrated through King David's legendary battles with his wife's family. Join Horizon for The Really Wed Game and learn how to endure when the honeymoon's over... and the in-laws are too. The Exploring series begins Sept. 16th and runs through Oct. 21st at Horizon. 

Other Messages in this Series

Message Date Speaker Actions Downloads
Round 5: Pursue and Woo for the Long Haul
The Really Wed Game: When the Honeymoon's Over (And the In-Laws Are Too)
Chad Hovind
Round 4: Hurts and Hurting People
The Really Wed Game: When the Honeymoon's Over (And the In-Laws Are Too)
Chad Hovind
Round 3: Leave, Cleave and Weave
The Really Wed Game: When the Honeymoon's Over (And the In-Laws Are Too)
Kenn Kington
Round 2: Setting Boundaries With Extended Family
The Really Wed Game: When the Honeymoon's Over (And the In-Laws Are Too)
Chad Hovind
Round 1: The Secret to Family Dynamics
The Really Wed Game: When the Honeymoon's Over (And the In-Laws Are Too)
Chad Hovind