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Journey with me, Laterras R. Whitfield, as I discover, uncover, and recover love. From interviews with singles, married, divorcees, and maybe even those in polyamorous relationships, we promise every episode to be L.I.T. (Living Intentionally Transparent).

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Can a dreamer and a realist build a successful marriage together?In episode 806, Kevin and Melissa Fredericks shared with host Laterras R. Whitfield the challenges of balancing dreams with reality, and the power of partnership. They share their journey through understanding, and growth, providing insights into making a marriage work against all odds. From facing fears and embracing differences to navigating financial hardships and the importance of communication, this episode is a true masterclass on marriage, offering lessons learned from their 20+ years together.[00:00:00 - 00:05:24] Intro[00:05:25 - 00:16:11] The beginning of content creation [00:16:12 - 00:21:16] Supporting your partner's vision [00:21:17 - 00:28:05] Integrating dreams and stability [00:28:06 - 00:32:48] Example of combining dreams with practical acumen[00:32:49 - 00:37:50] Is it worth putting divorce on the table? [00:37:51 - 00:45:12] Storytime of how they fought for each other [00:45:13 - 00:52:00] Value the relationship that you have built [00:52:01 - 00:56:42] Practical tip when beefing[00:56:43 - 01:08:09] Looking for professional help [01:08:10 - 01:12:04] Handling traveling and distance [01:12:05 - 01:15:09] The importance of having a value system [01:15:10 - 01:17:17] Leaving ego on the side[01:17:18 - 01:20:45] Renewing your marital vows [01:20:46 - 01:28:29] Closing segment Key Quotes:“Love is a risk, and with time that risk proves to be a good decision.” Melissa Fredericks“Therapy allows you some skills, to learn how to navigate situations before you have to navigate them.” - Kevin Fredericks “Take the best of me, and take the best of her. That plan ends up being the best.” Kevin Fredericks CONNECT WITH OUR GUESTS:Kevin Fredericks - https://www.instagram.com/kevonstage/Melissa Fredericks - https://www.instagram.com/mrskevonstage/SIGN UP FOR OUR MAILING LIST HERE: https://bit.ly/LRWconnectionLive intentionally transparent with the latest merch at https://www.dearfuturewifey.com/. Our Sponsors:* Check out undefined and use my code betterhelp.com/ WIFEY for a great deal: undefinedSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/dear-future-wifey/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Before you can consider loving someone else, you must "Love God First." Megan Ashley had a tumultuous 2023 after experiencing a divorce, forced to go separate ways from her bff, and rebranding herself with a new podcast. These sudden life-changing event made her recenter her faith in God.Dear Future Wifey is sponsored by BetterHelp.REGISTER FOR THE BIG EVENThttps://www.identifindu.comSIGN UP FOR THE MAILING LISThttps://bit.ly/LRWconnectionDONATE TO KINGDOM ROYALE: "Where foster kids become royalty."https://www.KingdomRoyale.comDEAR FUTURE WIFEY MERCHhttps://www.DearFutureWifey.comOur Sponsors:* Check out undefined and use my code betterhelp.com/ WIFEY for a great deal: undefinedSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/dear-future-wifey/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Are you willing to totally surrender your love life, pregnancy desires, dreams, and desires to the Lord? God has an assignment for you, but He's seeking your "Total Surrender". Tasha Cobbs Leonard, a voice that arrests your spirit and ushers you into the throne room of God, graces the yellow couch. She transparently shares her miracle story of love and motherhood.Dear Future Wifey is sponsored by BetterHelp.REGISTER FOR RELATIONSHIP COACHINGhttp://www.indentiFindU.comSIGN UP FOR THE MAILING LISThttps://bit.ly/LRWconnectionDONATE TO KINGDOM ROYALE: "Where foster kids become royalty."https://www.KingdomRoyale.comDEAR FUTURE WIFEY MERCHhttps://www.DearFutureWifey.comOur Sponsors:* Check out undefined and use my code betterhelp.com/ WIFEY for a great deal: undefinedSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/dear-future-wifey/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Have you ever been friendzoned? Maybe, you're the one who locked up the friend in the friendzone? Well, today's episode features two contestants from CBS' The Amazing Race, Sean and Michelle Clark. They are widely known for the double dutch business, Double Dutch Aerobics. Listen to how their relationship journey started from the friendzone and how Sean went to great lengths to navigate the friendship into a non-platonic relationship. Sometimes you just gotta "Jump Into Love."Dear Future Wifey is sponsored by BetterHelp.REGISTER FOR THE BIG EVENThttp://www.LoveBlueprintMasterclass.comSIGN UP FOR THE MAILING LISThttps://bit.ly/LRWconnectionDONATE TO KINGDOM ROYALE: "Where foster kids become royalty."https://www.KingdomRoyale.comDEAR FUTURE WIFEY MERCHhttps://www.DearFutureWifey.comOur Sponsors:* Check out undefined and use my code betterhelp.com/ WIFEY for a great deal: undefinedSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/dear-future-wifey/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Loneliness can show up in all forms. How we self-medicate during our lonely seasons can provide growth or emotional death. Lexi Allen keeps us laughing on social media, but it was birthed from navigating her darkest moments after losing the love her life and marrying someone who was degrading. Her journey of self-discovery created the woman she's become today. Listen to this dynamic episode titled, "Healing My Soul."Dear Future Wifey is sponsored by BetterHelp.REGISTER FOR THE BIG EVENThttp://www.LoveBlueprintMasterclass.comSIGN UP FOR THE MAILING LISThttps://bit.ly/LRWconnectionDONATE TO KINGDOM ROYALE: "Where foster kids become royalty."https://www.KingdomRoyale.comDEAR FUTURE WIFEY MERCHhttps://www.DearFutureWifey.comOur Sponsors:* Check out undefined and use my code betterhelp.com/ WIFEY for a great deal: undefinedSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/dear-future-wifey/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
The most controversial episode in the history of Netflix's Love Is Blind, has set the stage to have conversations around how childhood trauma can impede decisions on marriage. Clay Gravesande, joined by his mom, Margarita Gravesande, share the yellow couch as we unpack the decision Clay made that upset the world. Should he have gone through with the marriage? Should he have ended the relationship earlier? This episode encourages you to choose the side of healing... "Please Heal, Black Man."Dear Future Wifey is sponsored by BetterHelp.SIGN UP FOR THE MAILING LISThttps://bit.ly/LRWconnectionDONATE TO KINGDOM ROYALE: "Where foster kids become royalty."https://www.KingdomRoyale.comDEAR FUTURE WIFEY MERCHhttps://www.DearFutureWifey.comOur Sponsors:* Check out undefined and use my code betterhelp.com/ WIFEY for a great deal: undefinedSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/dear-future-wifey/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
In this compelling episode of "Debunking Marital Roles," Tim and Nona Jones take us on a deep dive into the intricacies of their relationship, revealing how they've shattered traditional marital roles to craft a partnership uniquely tailored to them. As they share their journey, listeners will discover the power of mutual respect, communication, and understanding in fostering a thriving marriage. From challenging societal norms to embracing individual strengths, Tim and Nona offer invaluable insights into building a marriage that defies expectations and celebrates authenticity. Join us as we explore the beauty of a relationship where roles are redefined, and love knows no bounds.Dear Future Wifey is sponsored by BetterHelp.SIGN UP FOR THE MAILING LISThttps://bit.ly/LRWconnectionDONATE TO KINGDOM ROYALE: "Where foster kids become royalty."https://www.KingdomRoyale.comDEAR FUTURE WIFEY MERCHhttps://www.DearFutureWifey.comOur Sponsors:* Check out undefined and use my code betterhelp.com/ WIFEY for a great deal: undefinedSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/dear-future-wifey/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Love and marriage can be experienced later in life. Don Jackson, founder of the prestigious Stellar Awards, lost his wife in 2008. Teresa Hairston has been single for almost thirty years after divorcing her husband. They've crossed paths throughout the years, but after this particular encounter, Mr. Jackson knew he'd found the one.Dear Future Wifey is sponsored by BetterHelp.SIGN UP FOR THE MAILING LISThttps://bit.ly/LRWconnectionDONATE TO KINGDOM ROYALE: "Where foster kids become royalty."https://www.KingdomRoyale.comDEAR FUTURE WIFEY MERCHhttps://www.DearFutureWifey.comOur Sponsors:* Check out undefined and use my code betterhelp.com/ WIFEY for a great deal: undefinedSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/dear-future-wifey/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Dating in your forties looks a whole lot different. Crystal Renee Hayslett opens up like she never has before and shares the wild stories of her dating life. Fans love her as Fatima on Tyler Perry's "Sistas". Is her dating journey art imitating life or life imitating art? Watch today's episode titled, "My Dating Life Is Wild." You'll be in stitches! Dear Future Wifey is sponsored by BetterHelp.CONNECT WITH OUR GUESThttps://www.instagram.com/luvcrystalreneeSIGN UP FOR THE MAILING LISThttps://bit.ly/LRWconnectionDONATE TO KINGDOM ROYALE: "Where foster kids become royalty."https://www.KingdomRoyale.comDEAR FUTURE WIFEY MERCHhttps://www.DearFutureWifey.comOur Sponsors:* Check out undefined and use my code betterhelp.com/ WIFEY for a great deal: undefinedSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/dear-future-wifey/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
This couple has taken the internet by storm! Their unapologetic love for one another and insatiable appetite for sex, is showing a healthy perspective of marriage, even when we become old and gray. Theo and Rita Smith, a Christian couple from New Orleans, will capture your heart in this episode titled, "Sexual Healing".CONNECT WITH OUR GUESTS:Rita Smith - https://www.instagram.com/bad_girl_riri504SIGN UP FOR OUR MAILING LIST HERE: https://bit.ly/LRWconnectionLive Intentionally Transparent with the latest merch at https://www.dearfuturewifey.com/. Our Sponsors:* Check out undefined and use my code betterhelp.com/ WIFEY for a great deal: undefinedSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/dear-future-wifey/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Is marrying for love enough to build a successful life? In episode 807, Jamal and Natasha Miller explore with host Laterras R. Whitfield the controversial intersections of love, money, and success. This episode questions the motives behind marriage and partnership in today's world. Jamal opens up and says that he married for money, not love. This interview examines the practicalities that contribute to a fulfilling life partnership. Through personal stories, critical insights, and a reevaluation of what it means to choose a partner, Love that Lasts is a must-listen to understand the implications of marriage and success in the modern age.[00:00:00-00:06:32] Intro[00:06:33-00:12:07] The Millers journey: Defining success[00:12:08-00:17:51] Love vs. Money in marriage[00:17:52-00:31:42] Preparing for marriage[00:31:43-00:39:37] How did their relationship start?[00:39:38-00:48:56] Physical appearance in relationships [00:48:57-00:58:09] Cultivating the relationships and looking for help [00:58:10-01:06:37] Building a mature relationship[01:06:38-01:12:36] The financial dynamics[01:12:37-01:21:08] Call to Woman challenge explained[01:21:08-01:28:53] Closing segmentKey Quotes:“Success is when your soul is healthy.” - Natasha Miller “Everything we do in our life is based upon our ability to make wise decisions.” - Jamal Miller “Don't overlook heart posture over your height preference.” - Laterras R. WhitfieldCONNECT WITH OUR GUESTS:Jamal Miller - https://www.instagram.com/jamalmiller/Natasha Miller - https://www.instagram.com/natashaannmiller/SIGN UP FOR OUR MAILING LIST HERE: https://bit.ly/LRWconnectionLive intentionally transparent with the latest merch at https://www.dearfuturewifey.com/. Our Sponsors:* Check out undefined and use my code betterhelp.com/ WIFEY for a great deal: undefinedSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/dear-future-wifey/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
What should you do if you are 35 years old and have never been in a relationship before? In Episode #805, host Laterras R. Whitfield welcomes Phylicia Hooper, a guest full of hope and laughter. Throughout this story, Phylicia shares her journey of maintaining purity, navigating the challenges of dating as an adult, and her faith in finding true love. Hopeful For Love is a testament to overcoming adversity through humor, faith, and a deep understanding of personal worth. They explore the importance of emotional healing, the quest for authentic connections, and the courage to remain hopeful for love despite past traumas.[00:00:00 - 00:04:19] Intro [00:04:20 - 00:08:34] Phylicia’s content creation journey[00:08:35 - 00:15:09] 35 years old and never being in a relationship[00:15:10 - 00:18:48] Organic connections vs. dating apps [00:18:49 - 00:22:29] Roasting battles and comedy[00:22:30 - 00:37:09] Meeting people in the DM’s[00:37:10 - 00:49:04] Phylicia’s upbringing[00:49:05 - 00:53:30] Growing up in a white community[00:53:31 - 00:58:31] Current relationship with her mother [00:58:32 - 01:02:21] Gifts received from parents[01:02:22 - 01:09:11] Accent roleplay[01:09:12 - 01:14:57] Waiting for marriage to have sex[01:14:58 - 01:19:17] Having polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCO)[01:19:18 - 01:24:20] Timeline for getting married[01:24:21 - 01:30:51] Closing segmentKey quotes:“If you knew that you didn't have the ideal situation, you have the blueprint for what to do. Do the opposite.” - Phylicia Hooper“Who I am today, is understanding that everything that has happened in my life was for me, not to me.” - Phylicia HooperTEXT "LIT" TO +1-866-577-0925 TO JOIN OUR 7 DAY VALENTINES CHALLENGECONNECT WITH OUR GUEST:Phylicia Hooper - https://www.instagram.com/phyliciadshea/SIGN UP FOR OUR MAILING LIST HERE: https://bit.ly/LRWconnectionLive intentionally transparent with the latest merch at https://www.dearfuturewifey.com/. Our Sponsors:* Check out undefined and use my code betterhelp.com/ WIFEY for a great deal: undefinedSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/dear-future-wifey/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
How can emotional resilience help you during times of grief and hardship? In episode 804, host Laterras R. Whitfield is joined by Judge Lynn Toler, who opens up about her life, love, and the lessons learned from her grieving journey. Judge Lynn Toler shares insights from her marriage of 33 years, her experiences growing up in a family with mental health conditions, and the transformative power of love and understanding in the face of life's challenges. From being on TV to building a solid marriage and saying goodbye to her husband, this is a powerful story on resilience and how learning in life is a never ending journey. [00:00:00-00:04:43] Intro [00:04:44-00:07:41] The power of telling the truth[00:07:42-00:13:51] How did Judge Lynn meet her husband?[00:13:52-00:18:45] Sharing the grief journey [00:18:46-00:28:45] Emotional Intelligence in relationships[00:28:46-00:45:02] Mental health in the family context[00:45:03-00:58:24] The influence of family in your vision[00:58:25-01:06:30] Processing love and loss[01:06:31-01:13:54] Lessons of being married 33 years[01:13:55-01:18:59] Being on TV [01:19:00-01:27:18] Embracing life’s roller coaster[01:27:19-01:34:46] Judge Lynn’s books and podcast[01:34:47-01:38:59] Closing segment[01:39:00-01:41:01] Laterras letter for his Dear Future WifeyKey quotes:"You can't stay mad and stay married." - Judge Lynn Toler"The destination has always been happy. We didn't pick this ship, but since it's the ship you're on, we're going to help paddle it." - Judge Lynn TolerCONNECT WITH OUR GUEST:Judge Lynn Toler - https://www.instagram.com/realjudgelynn/SIGN UP FOR OUR MAILING LIST HERE: https://bit.ly/LRWconnectionLive intentionally transparent with the latest merch at https://www.dearfuturewifey.com/. Our Sponsors:* Check out undefined and use my code betterhelp.com/ WIFEY for a great deal: undefinedSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/dear-future-wifey/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Can love survive after decades apart? In episode #803, Laterras sits down with Shakela and Gregg Matthews to recount their remarkable love story. Facing divorces, infidelity, and a journey of forgiveness, this story will take you from their initial teenage romance through personal struggles, marriages to others, and eventual reunion. Kela and Gregg's union is a testimony of commitment, forgiveness, and the power of timing. This conversation offers deep insights into dealing with betrayal, the importance of emotional healing, and the resilience of true love.[00:00:00 - 00:02:21] Intro [00:02:22 - 00:14:55] Early romance and heartbreak[00:14:56 - 00:20:33] The cost of a misunderstanding[00:20:34 - 00:30:46] Reconnection attempts[00:30:47 - 00:35:43] Gregg’s spiritual journey[00:35:44 - 00:52:44] Facing infidelity[00:52:45 - 00:59:38] The power of forgiveness[00:59:39 - 01:04:11] Allowing yourself to be loved again [01:04:12 - 01:08:42] Back together after 24 years[01:08:43 - 01:11:25] Kela’s message for women [01:11:26 - 01:13:16] Greg’s message for men[01:11:26 - 01:14:52] Prayer for restoration[01:14:53 - 01:16:57] Kela’s Book [01:16:58 - 01:24:20] Impact on family and friends[01:24:21 - 01:30:02] Closing segmentKey Quotes:"It was 24 years before we got back together. When I saw him again, he had always been there." - Shakela Matthews "I'm intentional about loving her because now I understand that I was able to be free in loving me." - Gregg Matthews CONNECT WITH OUR GUEST:Shakela Matthews - https://www.instagram.com/kelatwrites/Gregg Matthews - https://www.instagram.com/my_foreverlove_/SIGN UP FOR OUR MAILING LIST HERE: https://bit.ly/LRWconnectionLive intentionally transparent with the latest merch at https://www.dearfuturewifey.com/. Our Sponsors:* Check out undefined and use my code betterhelp.com/ WIFEY for a great deal: undefinedSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/dear-future-wifey/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Healing from divorce is a long road, but it is possible. Laterras sits down with Destiny Payton and she opens up about her healing journey after a turbulent divorce, sharing her resilience through challenges like incarceration. Together, they explore past traumas and family history, revealing the profound impact on marriage choices. Discover Destiny's healing, her perspective on forgiveness, dealing with breakups and where she stands in her journey to love.[00:00:00 - 00:03:39] - Opening segment[00:03:40 - 00:09:01] - What happened to Destiny Payton? [00:09:02 - 00:15:47] - How did Destiny surrender to the jail system? [00:15:48 - 19:41]  - Using dialogue to avoid conflict[00:19:42 - 27:56] - Dealing with past traumas and EMDR Therapy[00:27:57 - 29:44] - How do current experiences bring up old trauma?[00:29:55 - 36:31] - Timeline of Destiny’s past relationship [00:36:32 - 41:34] - Unaddressed trauma[00:41:35 - 43:24] - How does your childhood affect your energy?[00:43:25 - 45:00] - The impact of the death of Destiny’s older brother on her life [00:45:01 - 52:51] - Destiny’s experience with reality TV [00:52:52 - 59:17] - Handling betrayal[00:59:18 - 01:06:35] - Is your ex allowed to date? [01:06:36 - 01:21:32] - A message for Destiny’s ex Key Quote: “God didn’t take the storm away, but he gave me peace” - Destiny Payton.CONNECT WITH OUR GUEST:Destiny Payton - https://www.instagram.com/thedestinypaytonLive intentionally transparent with the latest merch at https://www.dearfuturewifey.com/. Our Sponsors:* Check out undefined and use my code betterhelp.com/ WIFEY for a great deal: undefinedSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/dear-future-wifey/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Laterras kicks off season 8 by sharing his vision of the podcast going forward. He also takes the time to emphasize the importance of vulnerability, relating his personal journey with addiction and financial troubles. Laterras stresses the need to address issues hiding unseen rather than ignoring problems and letting them grow. A guest unexpectedly interrupts the podcast and confronts Laterras about his perspectives on relationships, accountability, and controversy. While they debate differing views, Laterras ultimately discusses his approach to personal growth through vulnerability.[00:00 - 02:17] - Introduction[02:36 - 06:30] - Season 8's format[06:31 - 09:36] - “Love is Blind” hit 1 million views[09:37 - 13:39] - Providing safe spaces for men[13:40 - 15:57] - Traveling with the podcast[15:58 - 18:24] - Not worrying about others opinions[18:25 - 22:25] - Journey with Celebrate Recovery[22:26 - 25:18] - Skeletons in the closet[25:19 - 27:10] - Vulnerability about finances[27:11 - 29:58] - Surprise guest crashes the podcast[29:59 - 31:02] - Getting over failed relationships[31:03 - 34:20] - Does Laterras still seek marriage?[34:21 - 39:57] - Getting men on the podcast[39:58 - 42:55] - Laterras kicks guest off [42:56 - 48:21] - Kingdom Royale update[48:22 - 53:42] - Podcast goals for 2024[53:42 - 57:40] - Letter to Laterras’ future wifeyKey Quote:“"I take this platform with great honor that God would allow me, a divorcee...to help bring healing to other marriages, to help save marriages." - Laterras R. WhitfieldSign up for our mailing list here: https://bit.ly/LRWconnectionLive intentionally transparent with the latest merch at https://www.dearfuturewifey.com/. Our Sponsors:* Check out undefined and use my code betterhelp.com/ WIFEY for a great deal: undefinedSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/dear-future-wifey/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Christian Keyes, Lamman Rucker, Montell Jordan, Kristin Jordan, Russell Tomlinson, Dr. Cindy Trimm, Lisa Wu, LaVon Lewis, and Alton Walker discuss modern relationships and marriage. Laterras R. Whitfield guides the panel through a variety of topics like dating dynamics, how couples met their spouses, the journey to marriage proposals, the role of intimacy, handling arguments and differences, and more. This episode is a must-listen for anyone who wants to take their relationships to the next level in 2024.[00:00:00 - 00:08:28] - Introduction & opening segment[00:08:29 - 00:16:45] - A discussion on dating [00:16:46 - 00:26:29] - How the Jordans met[00:26:30 - 00:39:29] - How Lamman met his wife[00:39:30 - 00:46:11] - Understanding how a man thinks[00:46:12 - 00:49:23] - A discussion on managing arguments[00:49:24 - 01:08:15] - How Russell and Dr. Cindy met[01:08:16 - 01:14:00] - LaVon's Reality TV breakup[01:14:01 - 01:16:03] - The value of marriage[01:16:04 - 01:23:35] - Loving like Christ[01:23:36 - 01:27:25] - Christian’s Takeaways[01:27:26 - 01:31:53] - Marriage Masterpeace[01:31:54 - 01:48:44] - Listener Q&A[01:48:45 - 01:58:55] - The next great revivalKey Quotes:“Since I chose you, I have to love you like Christ loved the church.” - Alton Walker“You cannot define for your husband who he should be as a man” - Dr. Cindy TrimmCONNECT WITH OUR GUESTS:Montell & Kristin Jordan - https://www.instagram.com/montellandkristinCindy Trimm - https://www.instagram.com/cindytrimmRussell Tomlinson - https://www.instagram.com/russell_tomlinsonChristian Keyes - https://www.instagram.com/christiankeyesLamman Rucker - https://www.instagram.com/lammanruckerofficialLisa Wu - https://www.instagram.com/1lisawuAlton Walker - https://www.instagram.com/altonwalkershowLavon Lewis - https://www.instagram.com/lavonlewisLive intentionally transparent with the latest merch at https://www.dearfuturewifey.com/. Our Sponsors:* Check out undefined and use my code betterhelp.com/ WIFEY for a great deal: undefinedSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/dear-future-wifey/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
What does it take to build a marriage that lasts for decades? In this special live episode, Laterras sits down with married couples Warryn Jr. and Erica Campbell and Warryn Sr. and Sandra Campbell, married for 48 years, as well as Shanta Atkins and Jor él Quinn to complete a two-part panel on being thankful for love. They talk about the different types of love, share stories and wisdom from nearly five decades of marriage, discuss dating and relationships in today’s world, offer encouragement to singles, and more.[00:00 - 08:35] - Opening Segment and Introductions[08:36 - 10:37] - What does “thankful for love” mean?[10:38 - 20:54] - Campbell Sr. story of “real” love[20:55 - 26:17] - What it means to be a husband[26:18 - 39:26] - Warryn Jr. learnings from parents[39:27 - 56:40] - Jor él & Shanta’s take on dating[56:41 - 01:04:37] - Why Warryn Sr. pursued Sandra[01:04:38 - 01:13:56] - Praying against toxic spirits[01:13:57 - 01:15:49] - The enemy of love[01:15:50 - 01:20:17] - Ignoring the “good parts”?[01:20:18 - 01:23:07] - “My truth” vs the truth[01:23:08 - 01:54:58] - Q&A from the audience[01:54:59 - 02:00:37] - Closing SegmentKey Quotes:"Love covers a multitude of sins.” - Warryn Campbell Sr.“Find you a woman who's willing to change your diapers because oftentimes we're looking for superficial things in these women” - Laterras R. WhitfieldDONATE TO CALI WORSHIP'S MEDIA DEPARTMENThttps://www.caliworship.com/give#GiveNowCONNECT WITH OUR GUESTS:Shanta Atkins - https://www.instagram.com/itsshantaatkinsErica Campbell - https://www.instagram.com/imericacampbellWarryn Campbell Jr. - https://www.instagram.com/warryncampbellSandra Campbell - https://www.instagram.com/ilovesandracampbellWarryn Campbell Sr. - https://www.instagram.com/caliworshipJor él Quinn -https://www.instagram.com/jorelquinnLive intentionally transparent with the latest merch at https://www.dearfuturewifey.com/. Our Sponsors:* Check out undefined and use my code betterhelp.com/ WIFEY for a great deal: undefinedSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/dear-future-wifey/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Have you ever wondered what makes love last through all of life's ups and downs? In this episode, Laterras facilitates a dynamic panel discussion with power couples and singles at the Cali Worship Center on maintaining authentic, evolving love. Transparent testimonies and wisdom are exchanged on staying rooted in patience, purpose and faith when navigating the unpredictable waters of dating, marriage and personal growth. From rediscovering your voice in long-term relationships to the impacts of social media, no stone is left unturned in this profound conversation.[00:00 - 11:15] - Opening Segment and Introductions[11:16 - 26:17] - What does “thankful for love” mean?[26:18 - 35:28] - Having patience with partner’s growth[35:29 - 37:16] - Dating as a Christian[37:17 - 39:09] - Social media’s effects on dating[39:10 - 41:45] - Stealing someone’s partner[41:46 - 45:42] - Learning about yourself post divorce[45:43 - 55:42] - The shame of singlehood[55:43 - 01:12:00] - Finding love after divorce[01:12:01 - 01:27:17] - Q&A from the audienceKey Quotes:"When you keep God in the center, I think it's easy for you to date in a healthy way." - Erica Campbell"Love will wait for you. Love will extend grace and make you feel safe no matter what state you're in." - Essence AtkinsCONNECT WITH OUR GUESTS:Essence Atkins - https://www.instagram.com/essence_saysErica Campbell - https://www.instagram.com/imericacampbellWarryn Campbell - https://www.instagram.com/warryncampbellKevin Fredericks - https://www.instagram.com/kevonstageMelissa Fredericks - https://www.instagram.com/mrskevonstageJor él Quinn - https://www.instagram.com/jorelquinnMC Lyte - https://www.instagram.com/mclyteLive intentionally transparent with the latest merch at https://www.dearfuturewifey.com/. Our Sponsors:* Check out undefined and use my code betterhelp.com/ WIFEY for a great deal: undefinedSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/dear-future-wifey/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
This episode follows entrepreneurs Marcus and Harriet Speed, who rebuilt their marriage after divorcing. Though together only 6 months before marrying, they built several businesses over 10 years of marriage. Putting the past behind them, they have reconciled and launched a new restaurant. They now run a thriving business while cherishing family and planning their next venture. Despite the storms, Marcus and Harriet found partnership and purpose in each other. Their remarkable resilience is a testament to the power of forgiveness and the endurance of love.[00:00 - 03:01] - Opening Segment[03:02 - 09:07] - Background on relationship history[09:08 - 13:22] - How Marcus and Harriet met[13:23 - 17:52] - Their early business success[17:53 - 22:29] - The couple’s humble beginnings[22:30 - 26:25] - Lessons learned from prison[26:26 - 30:19] - Early marriage financial struggles[30:20 - 39:18] - What caused the divorce[39:19 - 45:24] - Their personal aftermath from the divorce[45:25 - 49:37] - Protecting kids in a divorce[49:38 - 01:04:15] - Starting a new chapter together[01:04:16 - 01:08:30] - Kingdom Royale Segment[01:08:31 - 01:10:45] - Letter to Dear Future WifeyKey Quote:"Sometimes you just gotta really believe that it's all gonna work out for the greatest good." - Marcus SpeedConnect with Marcus & Harriet:Marcus @ IG - https://www.instagram.com/marcusspeed_dallasHarriet @ IG - https://www.instagram.com/harriet_design_Gorilla Nutz @ IG - https://www.instagram.com/gorillanutzdallasLive intentionally transparent with the latest merch at https://www.dearfuturewifey.com/. Our Sponsors:* Check out undefined and use my code betterhelp.com/ WIFEY for a great deal: undefinedSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/dear-future-wifey/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
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Mari RaeToya

WOW, I like what you said about a wife on 104.5 I'm in Dallas, Texas. Man I'm so impressed by your spirit of wanting a woman who has Jesus first and foremost that is prosperous and who is worthy of being a precious woman who God has created for you. I've been a widow since I was 22yrs young and I can count on one hand how many men I shared my body with. I'm 57yrs.young,and widowed. I lost my late husband who was 23yrs.young in the Army. And our son was a baby 8 months. And he doesn't know him.

Oct 29th
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Minnette Santos

I was excited for the topic but this one was just a little too all over the place for me. I love Dear Future Wifey but this one didn’t seem to ever hit the point. Though I didn’t make it past 45 min, I gave it a good try. Sometimes guest need to be directed? Fun mom and daughter duo though!! Doesn’t seem toxic. I had a toxic childhood due to alcoholism and mental health issues (mom) so this is such a good topic to help others that went through battles with their parents for things they couldn’t help.

Sep 21st
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Minnette Santos

Love these podcast but this one didn’t have any gems. Just conversation.

Apr 27th
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Sylvia Wanyonyi

Hugs and love to you.. 😭

Jan 13th
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aguy CalledK

This is one crazy, hard and confusing position being a husband. Powerful and relatable cut across the globe.

Oct 7th
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Gabsile Ntuli

im looking forward to good advise

Sep 7th
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