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3-part Oneness Wedding Candle

The Oneness Wedding Candle is more than a creative decoration for your wedding – it’s a lasting representation of your spiritual union throughout your marriage. Whether you’re planning your own wedding ceremony or looking for a meaningful gift for a special couple, the Oneness Wedding Candle is the perfect way to celebrate the oneness created when husband and wife are joined together by God Himself.

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View our huge archive of Romantic Tips sorted by Love Language! Whether your mate’s love language is Time, Touch, Affirmation, Service or Gifts, you can find a tip especially tailored for him/her. Visit the Archive!

Growing Toward Oneness – a Marriage Blog

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Two Becoming One

by Harold and Bette Gillogly The concept of “two becoming one” in marriage is first declared in Genesis 2:24.  It is stated again by Jesus in Matthew 19:4-6 and finally by Paul in Ephesians 5:31-32. Much has been said about the meaning of oneness, about the process of becoming one, about how this ONENESS is a testimony to the world about Christ and the church. In this “Seeds” article we don’t want to belabor what has already been said about... Read more →


More Questions About S-E-X

It’s been said that “It doesn’t matter where you get your appetite as long as you eat at home.”  If it really doesn’t matter, then is it okay to get one’s sexual appetite revved up by X-rated movies, Playboy, Cosmopolitan, etc. as long as you only “do it” with your spouse? We disagree with the statement quoted.  It does matter where you get your appetite; it matters a great deal.  Jesus explicitly forbade pornography in His teaching in Matthew 5:27-28... Read more →

Thanks again for all the wonderful insights on how to maintain oneness with your mate. They have helped us tremendously in our relationship with each other and with our relationship with Jesus.

While my husband and I have been attending your classes for several years, we just last year decided to begin [your] Bible study workbook “Experiencing Oneness.” I can’t begin to express to you what it has meant to our marriage of 25 years. We now give them as wedding gifts.

…the seeds article from your newsletter I received this afternoon…feels like a slap in the face, and for that, I must tell you wholeheartedly, “Thank you!” Thank you for your simple, [understandable] guidance for how to make my participation in our marriage better…more godly, more loving, more giving, more fulfilling!

We were thrilled with the Marriage Leader Training from GTO! Where else could we go to be trained in marriage ministry AND by given ready-to-use materials? The training offered all we needed to begin ministering to other couples in our church and community.