Posted On December 15, 2020

In this episode, Shelbi and Kimberly explore the first thing Titus 2:4 tells older women to teach younger women: how to love their husbands. Why is this responsibility so difficult? And why do younger women need help from older women? They answer these questions and look to other passages of Scripture for practical guidance on how wives can grow in love for their husbands.

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