12. Home Team - The Power Of Unconditional Commitment
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“Home Team - The Power Of Unconditional Commitment”. www.marriage101online.com
Summary: The importance of unconditional commitment in marriage
Custom jersey? Check. Giant foam finger? Check. Neon face paint? Check. Even in a crowd of thousands, the bleacher creatures stand out. No matter what you call them, you always know where to find these fiercely loyal fans – cheering on the home team with everything they’ve got. Rain or shine, win or lose, the players can count on their unwavering support.
Can you and your spouse say the same thing about each other? Dr. Gary and Barb Rosberg hope so. In this video, they explain the importance of unconditional commitment in marriage, and inspire husbands and wives to cheer each other on to victory in the game of life.
Dr. Gary and Barb Rosberg
Barb Rosberg: I am yours and you are mine. What does that mean? It means whatever we are going through – whatever challenges, whatever difficulties, whatever trials – we’re going to get to the other side together. Every couple needs to know that there is a sense of unconditional commitment to one another, because we are quarterbacking for the marriage. In fact, as we stand back and we think about those issues that get in the way of our marriage, that get in between us, that cause us to go to different corners of the home, we need to realize that the relationship of marriage has got to be far more important than any issue that you’re going through. In fact, we used to teach at a lot of conferences that we would say these words: my mate is not my enemy. No way! There’s a boundary, a sacred hedge, around your marriage and it’s there to guard and protect you. Remember these words – the relationship has got to be far more important than the issue.
From “Marriage 101: Back to the Basics” DVD series