Focus on Marriage Assessment Resources
Focus on Marriage Assessment


These resources are categorised according to the 12 Traits of a Thriving Marriage


Sex brings two people together in the deepest, most profound intimacy possible.


In the busyness of life, love isn’t self-sufficient. Your marriage must be constantly fed and nurtured by spending regular time together.


When handled well, conflicts open a deeper connection. “When trouble comes your way, consider it an opportunity.”


Communication gives life to your marriage. Take time to discover your spouse again and again, and allow your spouse to deeply know you.

Shared Responsibility

As a married couple, you are on the same team. Therefore, make decisions and divide household responsibilities in a way that honours both people.


Love isn’t just a feeling; it is action and behaviour. It’s important that you regularly nourish your relationship with your loved one in ways that speak love to him/her.


It takes a village to sustain a marriage. It’s vital to regularly connect with like-minded couples that are committed to our relationship.


Couples who have a deep and shared faith at the centre of their marriage have more satisfying relationships and deeper intimacy.

Healthy Individuals

A healthy marriage is made of two healthy people. Commit to a lifetime of healthy emotional, physical, and mental growth and development.


Commitment and faithfulness are the foundation of a lasting, thriving marriage; honour your marriage and you will be richly rewarded with security, stability and satisfaction.


Where your treasure is, there your heart will be also. Your spouse is your treasure; you’ve searched high and low and found each other, so cherish your treasure.


You will face challenges on your lifelong journey together. Always fight for your marriage, and support and cheer each other along the journey.



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