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Filling Your Marriage with God's Best – Levi and Jennie Lusko

Far too many married couples seem content to have a “good enough marriage,” where they are living over-busy lives and maintaining the bare minimum to keep their relationship going. They are not living the thriving, “to the brim” marriage that God designed for them!

Pastor Levi Lusko and his wife Jennie share a very encouraging message based upon John 2 where Jesus turned water into wine. They describe how servants at the Cana wedding filled 6 stone pots “to the brim” — which was transformed into 120-150 gallons of premium wine.

The Luskos urge couples to have the same commitment and intentionality — to put as much as possible into their relationship and thus experience the best marriage possible. They outline several key elements needed for a strong marriage, such as time to connect, mutual submission, outserving one another, and more.

Mrs. Jean Daly also joins in the interview.

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