Corey is a husband, father, author, speaker, as well as a Marriage and Family Therapist with a Ph.D. in Family Therapy. He’s been married to his wife for 17 years and they have 2 children.
He and his family are followers of Christ and believe that a vibrant and alive Christian marriage is vital to the world and God’s Kingdom. While Simple Marriage is not a blog about his theology, much of his beliefs and perspectives are shaped by his relationship with Christ and other believers so this will come out in some of his writing.
BTW – the boys were born Thursday afternoon (10-21-10) 🙂
Shaun Groves offers a great challenge related to the stories we tell from our online and offline relationships…
Spend one day in front of a screen. Get and make lots of phone calls, check your e-mail, blog, update your Facebook page, send some tweets, read some blog posts, listen to a podcast, peruse some Youtube videos. Watch American Idol, Lost, The Office and Thirty Rock followed by some Fox or CNN.
Spend the next day off-line, unplugged, face-to-face with real people, hearing live voices instead of recorded ones. Walk through the woods or around the block or through a crowded mall. Talk to your spouse, your friends, your neighbors. Play with your kids. Smell flowers, watch the sun set, point at shooting stars.
Which day gave you more stories to tell?
Spend the day with your friends and family – face to face. Then e-mail us or call our listener line (972)535-8980 and share your story with us.
this week we talk with micah davis, one of the co-founders and the lead techie behind roov.com. roov.com is a networking site for people of faith to find and build relationships and community with folks of similar interests and passions within their natural and existing offline communities. we talk about the origination of the site as well as the importance of community for people of faith.