Marriage @ Golgotha


A Hebrew word that literally means “skull”…also known as Calvary, the hill where Jesus Christ was crucified. It is a place associated with suffering, death, and sacrifice.

And it’s the perfect word to associate with marriage, right?

My wife and I think so.

Not because marriage is supposed to be some ghastly, desolate, miserable experience; the exact opposite is true! But God designed marriage to be an ongoing demonstration of self-sacrifice...and there is no greater example of self-sacrifice than the crucifixion of Jesus.

One of my wife’s favorite quotes (author unknown) puts it into perspective: “Marriage is itself a form of crucifixion…the dying of two wills so that the two become one”.

Hence, the title of this Vlog: Marriage @ Golgotha.

Don’t panic, everyone. Wifey and I promise that this project will be a whole lot of fun! We’re just committed to making sure that we bring it all back to the cross.

We are always open for topic suggestions and feedback, so please feel free to give us your thoughts in the comments section below!







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