Tim Muehlhof talks about the reality of spiritual warfare in marriage. Muehlhoff reminds believers that the enemy of our souls is still alive and well and would love to see your marriage fail.
Tim Muehlhoff (PhD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) is a professor of communication at Biola University in La Mirada, California, where he teaches classes in family communication, interpersonal communication, persuasion, and gender. He is the author of I Beg to Differ and Marriage Forecasting, and the coauthor of The God Conversation, Authentic Communication, and Winsome Persuasion, which received a 2018 Christianity Today book award in apologetics/evangelism.
Muehlhoff and his wife, Noreen, are frequent speakers at FamilyLife®’s Weekend to Remember® marriage conferences, and Tim also serves as a speaker/author with Biola’s Center for Marriage and Relationships.
Spiritual Warfare and Your Marriage
The Enemy of Your Marriage
Tim Muehlhoff exposes the real enemy of your marriage–Satan. Muehlhoff reminds couples that their marriage is taking place on a spiritual battlefield, and evil forces have husbands and wives in their crosshairs.
Equipping People to Find a Social Cause
Love God and love others, in that order. Tim Muehlhoff advocates partnering on the things you can partner with, even if you don’t agree with everything.
Speaking Truth in Love
Tim Muehlhoff talks about the importance of balancing truth and grace in our speech. The gospel, he states, gives us humility to say, “I can learn from people I disagree with.”
The origins of feminism were good and noble, even if the culture has taken it too far. Tim Muehlhoff and Courtney Reissig talk about the origins of feminism, and how Jesus valued women.
Resolving Conflict in Relationships
Matt Chandler, Tiffany Lee, Chip Ingram, and Tim Muehlhoff address the dynamics involved in conflict, and coach us toward resolution and closer relationships in the aftermath.
Navigating a Difficult Conversation
Tim Muehlhoff offers some communication tips for navigating a difficult conversation.
Watching Your Words
Tim Muehlhoff reminds us that our words are powerful and can often be misinterpreted.
Speaking with Truth and Love
Words are like seeds. It’s best to be purposeful with the words that you sow.
Class 101: Honoring Your Parents
Tim Muehlhoff explains how he helps students make peace with their past by teaching them to honor their parents.