No Regretz Marriage

by Johnny & Carla Morton

Do marriage right and it can be as close to heaven on earth as you can get. Do it wrong... let's just say it can be a little warmer. Thirty-eight plus years of marriage, losing our firstborn after successful heart surgery, and just not being ready for all the challenges that marriage brought have given us a passion for helping couples forge a marriage that can flourish in all seasons. Join us as we share our heart, principles f ...   ...  Read more

Podcast episodes

  • Season 3

  • Lean Into Your Strengths

    Lean Into Your Strengths

    We believe that God's plan is that we complement each other as a married couple. God has given each of us strenths and areas that we are less strong. Most people call those areas of diminished strength - weaknesses. While we need to acknowledge those areas we are weaker, we believe that we should focus more on the strengths each brings to the marriage. As each of you lean into your strengths and walk in oneness, God can do incredible things with you and your marriage.

  • Head,not Heart

    Head,not Heart

    Emotions are one of God's great gifts to us. Emotions are a big part of our humanity. We have to be careful though that we are not controlled by our emotions. As belivers, we are to be controlled by the Holy Spirit. We are to make decisions based on the principles of scripture. If we let our emotions control us and our decisions, they may lead us to place God never intended for us to be.

  • Soulmate or Sole-mate: Myth vs. God's Truth

    Soulmate or Sole-mate: Myth vs. God's Truth

    In the world of movies, books, and reality TV, one of the enduring relational themes is the search for your soulmate. If only this relational myth stayed in the world of fiction. The idea that there is one special person that will complete you and fulfill your every need sounds romantic, but it's not true. There is not just one person, your soulmate, for you to marry that will can you can find ultimate love and happiness with. God gives us commands and principles for us to follow and make a reasoned choice for a spouse. Once you marry that person, they do become your sole-mate. When you marry someone, God's desire is that person is now your one and only spouse for as long as you both shall live.

  • Robert & Margaret, a Love Story: When Loving Hurts Part 2

    Robert & Margaret, a Love Story: When Loving Hurts Part 2

    In the first part of our "When Loving Hurts" series, we talked about the pain of loving a spouse who does not love you back. Today, we look at a different kind of hurt. The pain of watching someone you love fade away to a debilitating disease. This is a love story about Robert and Margaret. This is the story of a husband who kept his vows of loving in times of "sickness and worse." It's the story of a man who cared for and loved his wife to the end because, sometimes, love hurts.

  • When Loving Hurts

    When Loving Hurts

    Wouldn't it be nice if the fairy tale "happily ever after" ending was true. That's not reality. Marriage is full of challneges and somtimes it hurts to love. There can be hurt from losing someone close to you. The hurt might come from watching someone you love suffer and waste away. Or sometimes, the hurt comes from loving someone who doesn't love you back. How can we love through the hurt?