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Heartfelt Marriage

You want to discover and develop the skills and attitudes that will enable you to have a mutually satisfying, emotionally healthy, till-death-do-us-part marriage!

Subscribe to the Heartfelt Marriage Podcast produced by author, speaker, broadcaster, poet, and marriage specialist, Dr. Ron Ross. He speaks from a Christian worldview and from the 52+ years he was married to the same cute little Colorado girl named Amy Kay.

The podcasts are usually less than 10-minutes long and filled with practical help for listeners.

Jun 29, 2017

Stress is one of the most relentless complexities of marriage in today’s culture.

Dr. Ross asserts in the opening line of this podcast, “Just being married causes stress!” He declares the way two people deal with stress can make or break a marriage.

The various and changing roles in marriage, the problem...

Jun 22, 2017


Sex, relatives, money, or children: ever fuss and fight over them? Well, Duh!

Marriage is complicated and challenging even between two incredibly compatible people. Add to a marriage a variety of people (children, relatives, etc.), various emotions, and an assortment of needs, and it gets downright bewildering.


Jun 15, 2017


We live in a culture of explicit, unrestrained sexuality that invades every aspect of our daily life. The world portrays sex as an everyday social activity that happens quickly and frequently between couples who have no particular intention for a long-term relationship. It is nearly always presented as...

Jun 10, 2017

God created marriage because His essence is love. He made you in his image, and that is why you hunger and search for love. This compelling need finds fulfillment within a God blessed and God-honoring monogamous relationship.

Marriage was also created to fill the earth with humanity. God charged his creation to "be...

Jun 1, 2017

In this podcast, Dr. Ross discusses the various alternatives to marriage that have arisen over the past 10,000 years – structures not in concert with God's original plan of one man and one wife for one life.

He concludes that the Biblical model of monogamous marriage common to most societies has contributed more to...