en•tro•py ( n tr -p )
n. pl. en•tro•pies
1. A measure of the disorder or randomness in a closed system.
2. A measure of the loss of information in a transmitted message.
3. Inevitable and steady deterioration of a system or society.
en•tro pic ( n-tr p k, -tr p k) adj. en•tro pi•cal•ly adv.
There are natural laws that constantly govern our physical universe — invisible laws that govern movement, mechanics, motion, balance. These laws are in place and at work regardless of our belief in them or acceptance of them – they are part of the created order of our world. Is it possible that our marriages work in much the same way? Could there be invisible “laws” that govern the relational aspects of life with our spouse? What happens if we ignore those laws, or pretend they don’t exist?
Join us on Friday, October 18 for our next Marriage Booster, entitled Entropy & Other Laws of Marriage. You’ll enjoy an evening of looking at the laws of marriage that are impacting your relationship, or could impact them in the future. Pastor Paul Goodnight will lead our time…so you know it won’t be normal.
Sign up and get schedule information at www.restonbible.org/marriagebooster.