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Subtle Intimacy Killers


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Subtle Intimacy Killers: Even initially good marriages can go bad if husbands and wives do not strive to build intimacy over time. This session explores ways to combat the slow erosion of marital intimacy that can occur in the context of busyness, parenting, spiritual apathy, and more.

This lecture is from the 2010 National Conference, “ONE for Better and Worse: A Marriage Conference About Much More than Marriage.”

Mike Emlet is a faculty member at CCEF. He holds an MD from the University of Pennsylvania and an MDiv degree from Westminster Theological Seminary. He worked as a family physician for twelve years before joining CCEF.