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  • 01:09

    How to Have Great Sex in Marriage - The Joe Beam Show

    in Relationships

    Would you like to have more sex that is more fulfilling, more exciting, and more pleasurable for both of you?

    Some married couples have great sex. Some have good sex. Some have bad sex. Some have little to no sex.

    Which are you?

    In this program Joe Beam shares with you scientific research about how to make your sex life great...IF you are willing to do what it takes to make that happen!

    Also, Joe will answer your questions about sex, including problems with sex...physical problems, relationship problems, inhibition problems, desires problems, and more.

    You may not want to listen to this one with the kids around. It won't be offensive, but Joe tells it like it is. If anatomical terms turn you off, or if you get antsy when someone talks boldly and plainly about sex, skip this program and wait for our next relationship program.

    If you want great sex and are ready to be the lover that will elicit great lovemaking from your spouse, this program is for you.


  • 01:00

    How to become more attractive

    in Relationships

    Falling in love starts at the beginning of one path. We call it the LovePath. And there's actually a process that happens when people fall in love. 

    It begins with attraction, but it's not what you think. There are actually four parts to attraction, and all of them combined lead to how attractive you are to others. This is not only crucial in saving your marriage - but it's crucial in all relationships. Listen in tonight.




  • 00:29

    Successful Marriage

    in Spirituality

    Tune in for a dynamic broadcast with Reverend Breland 'Successful Marriage'!

    For prayer call 202-709-PC4U(7248)!

    To financially support this ministry visit http:/urbanglorycampaigns.webs.com

  • 00:55

    How and Why to Forgive

    in Relationships

    Tonight we will be discussing why to forgive and how to forgive. It is a choice...not a feeling. Harboring resentment? Struggling with anger? It's possible that while you may say you have forgiven, you haven't truly done so yet.

    It might be a parent, a spouse, or a friend that needs to be forgiven so you can move on with life.

    Or maybe that person you need to forgive is yourself.

    We'll be entering all names into our contest for 50% off our Marriage Helper 911 workshop to everyone we speak with live on air. We might be giving away some other goodies as well...

  • Marriage Matters

    in Christianity

    In this hour, as we can see the enemy’s greatest desire is to bring division; division across the world, division in race, division in brotherhood, division in sisterhood,  division in the family, division in the church and division in marriage. The word says  For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them. So it is no wonder he is out for unity. Today I want to meet you where you are, and talk to you on the subject Marriage Matters.  I want to talk to those that may be in the middle of making important decisions concerning your life, your family and your marriage and let you know there is hope and there is help.  Join me, today on BlogTalk Radio at 11:30 am CST. Come and be empowered, today?


    Likewise, husbands, live with your wives in an understanding way, showing honor to the woman as the weaker vessel, since they are heirs with you[a] of the grace of life, so that your prayers may not be hindered.

    Ecclesiastes 9:9


    Now as the church submits to Christ, so also wives should submit in everything to their husbands. Ephesians 5:24

  • 01:19

    When You Spouse Loves Someone Else - The Joe Beam Show

    in Relationships

    One person wrote, "She points out everything I ever did wrong. When I ask how my flaws compare to her sleeping with another man, she curses me and walks away."

    Another wrote, "He lives with his lover though we're still married. He rarely pays child support because he says he has no money. Today they're in Europe vacationing on the money he 'doesn't have' while his children go without."

    This one wrote, "He brings the other woman with him to our son's games. She flouts it in front of me, my children, and everyone there by kissing and hugging on him with me sitting in the stands just feet away."

    Nearly all of them say, "What happened to the person I married? S/he was loving, kind, and we enjoyed life together. I don't know this person that s/he has become."

    It's called limerence. We talk about it a lot. In this program I bring together the many things I've taught about limerence into a concise package, including what you should understand and what you should do if your spouse is in love with someone else.

    I'll answer these questions, as well as the questions you call in during the program.

    How does limerence start? How long does it last? How does it end? Will the straying spouse ever come back? How much power does the affair partner have over my spouse? What should I not do? What should I do? Is there hope? How do I know when finally to give in and stop the nonsense by ending the marriage?

  • 00:28

    Gay Marriage Planning: Dear Diary - A Tool To Create Lifetime Support

    in LGBT

    Your host Soul Dancer, an out, gay licensed wedding officiant in Hawai'i is also a social worker (masters level, private practice), monk of three orders and shaman in three traditions. 

    In 30 minutes, Soul shares a powerful tool to use BEFORE you get married.  This time-tested tool helps every couple be as ready for marriage as they can be.  

    Questions about this show?  GREAT!  Call 312-268-0000 to record your question. Soul will air your question and share his ideas on your question on upcoming shows.

    Check out Soul's 12 month program to co-create a healthy, happy, lifetime marriage.

    Contact Soul to schedule him to officiate your wedding at least six months in advance.

    Music: Eternal Hope by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

  • Men Need Respect and Women Love - Not necessarily so! - The Joe Beam Show

    in Relationships

    You've heard "Women need love. Men need respect."

    But is that true? 

    Could you actually be hurting your marriage by doing this?

    Join us as we discuss the issue of love and respect & and whether men really appreciate respect more than love and whether women appreciate love more than respect.

    Because getting this wrong could cause huge problems.

    More than that, how can you show respect? How can you show love? And what if your spouse is wandering...how can you show love and respect then?

    We'll talk about all of that tonight at 9 pm CST on MarriageRadio.com. 

    As always, those who call are entered into a monthly drawing to receive half-off our intensive marriage workshop if you'd like to come.

    You can also listen in at 646.378.0424. (Press 1 if you want to ask a question!)

    Everyone who talks with us live during the program is entered into the monthly drawing for half-off our 911 workshop for marriages in crisis. 

    (The workshop is never offered publically at this price. You won't want to miss this chance!)

    Learn more about the workshop here: marriagehelper.com/save-marriage

    See you then!

  • 00:40

    Roger The Institute of Family and Marriage Ep3

    in Family

    Roger The Institute of Family and Marriage Ep3

    The Institute of Family and Marriage

    We consider the family as a foundation for sustainability and prosperity, for tolerance and equality, especially equality between women and men, an important pillar naturally providing safety and freedom from violence.

    The mission of the Institute of Family and Marriage is to assist Families to resist and repel undue influences from threatening the integrity and wellbeing of each institution of the Family founded on Marriage and to monitor the organs of Government to ensure they provide support to the Family consistent with the recognition by the State in Bunreacht na hÉireann – the Irish Constitution of “the Family as the natural primary and fundamental unit group of Society, and as a moral institution possessing inalienable and imprescriptible rights, antecedent and superior to all positive law" and in accordance with the pledge therein recorded for the State, "to protect the Family in its constitution and authority, as the necessary basis of social order and as indispensable to the welfare of the Nation and the State” and “to guard with special care the institution of Marriage, on which the Family is founded, and to protect it against attack.”

  • You Have Questions About Relationships? We Have Answers?

    in Relationships

    We typically pick a topic for the show, but not this Tuesday night. We want to talk about what you want to talk about!

    Wondering whether you should stay in your marriage because of what your spouse is doing? Let's talk about it.

    Curious as to whether the amount of lovemaking in your marriage is below average, above average...or just average? We can help you figure that out.

    Frustrated with your kids to the point you worry that it may be you that's the problem? There's a way to know.

    Trying to figure out how to make your relationship better than ever before? I have a couple suggestions.

    Planning to set boundaries for your spouse so s/he will stop unacceptable behavior? Let us help you think that through.

    It's your call. Literally. You decide the direction of the show by calling. And, as always, those who call are entered into a monthly drawing to receive half-off our intensive marriage workshop if you'd like to come.

  • Bhyy –Building a Friendship in Marriage

    in Culture

    Shalom Ladies, welcome back.

    Tonight, we will be discussing the importance of building a friendship with your husband in marriage. We have talked briefly before about being your husband’s best friend and the importance of being on one accord. Tonight, we will go deeper into this discussion to discover why this is so important and the consequences of its absence. You don’t want to miss it: Guest Call-in Number: 347-633-9606