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Justin & Trisha Davis know all too well the dangers of settling for an ordinary marriage.

Their own failure to recognize the warning signs almost resulted in the end of their marriage, their family, and their ministry.

Justin and Trisha are bloggers, authors, speakers and founders of RefineUs Ministries. Sharing their story of pain, loss and redemption, RefineUs is igniting a movement to build healthy marriages and families.

They are the co-authors of their first book, Beyond Ordinary: When a Good Marriage Just Isn’t Good Enough, published by Tyndale House Publishers.

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You Can’t Argue Your Way To a Better Relationship

Most of us only communicate what we expect from a relationship after we’ve been disappointed or let down. Many of us are unhappy in a marriage, discontent  in a dating relationship or dissatisfied with a friend, because the relationship isn’t what we thought it would be and isn’t what we expected it should be. For years, Trish and I struggled with unmet expectations in our marriage. We’d talk about unmet…

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4 Things I Wish I Knew Before I Became a Parent

Trisha and I got married the summer before my second senior year of college. I squeezed four years into five. (Anyone else on that plan?) Four months after we got married, we found out Trish was pregnant with our first son, Micah. Now, almost 18 years later, we are preparing to send him off to college. We had no idea what we were doing as parents…and still don’t at times….

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