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The Missing Foundation of Family Life

Last Updated: October 22, 2015

Luke Gilkerson

Luke Gilkerson has a BA in Philosophy and Religious Studies and an MA in Religion. He is the author of Coming Clean: Overcoming Lust Through Biblical Accountability and The Talk: 7 Lessons to Introduce Your Child to Biblical Sexuality. Luke and his wife Trisha blog at IntoxicatedOnLife.com

Episode 166

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The Missing Foundation of Family Life

When couples hit a marriage crisis or when parents hit a parenting crisis, often what is needed is not just more or better information to solve the problems. Rather, what is needed most are deeper and richer relationships—relationships that equip us to react to one another in love, forgiveness, and compassion. Joy-filled relationships are the bedrock of family life and health.

Today, we are speaking to Keith Dorsche, creator of The Communication Cure, a simple product that helps families create joy-filled conversations and experiences.

(For faith-based talks, go to faith.thecommunicationcure.com.)

Show Notes:

1:07 – What is The Communication Cure and how is it used?

3:51 – Why did you create The Communication Cure?

8:57 – What research from the field of neuroscience shape the way The Communication Cure was designed?

12:47 – Did neurology play a role in both the audio and video experiences?

21:23 – How did the Scriptures shape the vision for The Communication Cure?

25:27 – If someone thinks this whole thing is a little corny, how would you convince people to give this a try?

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  • Comments on: The Missing Foundation of Family Life
    1. JeremiahP on

      Honestly, I would love to talk to my wife about our relationship, and be there for her. She’s not having any of it, preferring to just talk about the day’s activities, etc. I hope I get a chance to listen, to value her, and to love each other like we never have before.

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      • Luke Gilkerson on

        Praying this will happen in your marriage, Jeremiah.

    2. Ayobami on

      I just love how Keith is able to articulate the essence of his program. His sincere and well-thought responses really got me to listen and buy his opinion; which is not merely borne of good intentions, but also for the ultimate purpose of God. I love it!
      I really pray that the program will help people and families to see the need for that ultimate relationship with their Maker, and that they will go into it. Amen!

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