Family Matters Vol. 1

Family Matters Vol. 1

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The institution of marriage was created by God before the fall of man. Genesis 2:24 tells us “a man shall leave his father and mother and be joined to his wife, and they shall become one flesh.”

In the book of Ecclesiastes chapter 4, Solomon wrote that there are at least five benefits of marriage. Thus many people seek a life-long partner to achieve these benefits. In the end, most relationships are only as strong as the link that binds them together. Therefore, Solomon identifies a third element that binds husband and wife together to create this mysterious union of being “one.” This “third cord,” as he describes it, provides the stable structure that binds and bonds the two individuals into the oneness that Scripture talks about.

  • Where is this “third cord” found?
  • How is marital submission and sacrifice actually accomplished?
  • How can a husband and wife become “one flesh?”

Join Ron Matsen in the Executive Briefing Room of the River Lodge, New Zealand as he examines what the Bible has to say
about marriage.

This briefing pack contains 2 hours of teaching.

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Available in the following formats:

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  • Handbook (PDF Study Notes)
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Video Download:
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Ron Matsen
Ron Matsen
With over 30 years in the pastoral ministry, Ron has taught verse-by verse through the Bible many times, hosted a live two-hour TV programme broadcast across Europe for more than two years, and taught extensively on the subjects of evangelism, leadership, and end-times topics. Although Ron and his wife are native Californians, they moved to England in 1992 and in 2011 immigrated to New Zealand where they now partner with Chuck Missler at the ministry base, The River Lodge. Ron is currently the President of Koinonia House and Koinonia Institute.

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