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The Truth about Being a Wife in a Kingdom Marriage

Being a wife in a kingdom marriage looks differently than being a wife in general. God has standards for how kingdom spouses move.

I invited Keisha Bass, wife coach extraordinaire, to shed some light on this. 

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Keisha Bass is the Founder and CEO of Her Dope Marriage. As a Wife Coach, Mother, Entrepreneur, Author, and Motivational Speaker, she dedicates herself to empowering female professionals and entrepreneurs of faith, guiding them through the diverse seasons of marriage with confidence by employing practical strategies to strengthen their unions.
Her perspective views challenging moments in marriage as opportunities to place trust in God. She firmly believes that the divine purpose of the union between husband and wife is to collaborate in accomplishing significant achievements for God’s glory on Earth. With a remarkable 34-year marriage to her high school sweetheart, Chris, she brings a wealth of personal experience and wisdom to her coaching and motivational endeavors.

Kingdom Marriage

In this episode we covered…
  • How Keisha met her husband
  • Their unexpected path to engagement
  • What she believes is God’s intent for marriage, specifically kingdom marriage
  • The role marriage plays in the kingdom of God
  • Difficulties she’s had in her marriage and how they overcame them
  • Lessons Keisha has learned after over 30 years of marriage
  • Prayers wives can pray over their husbands
  • How wives can encourage their husbands to grow in their walk with God

Want More?

If you enjoyed this episode about how to be a wife in a kingdom marriage, then you may also enjoy the episode of the show about the biblical truth for masculinity or this episode detailing how to be naked and unashamed with your spouse.

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You can connect with Keisha on her


Instagram: @iamkeishabass and @her.dope.marriage

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