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Can't Buy Me Love: Are We Becoming Marital Consumers?

Christians have always seen marriage as a covenant with God as a party to it. But the values of the marketplace, applied to marriage, teach a totally different message: that is, that we are entitled to a good "return on our investment."

Happily Ever After

Every little girl wants to be swept off her feet by a prince upon his stead. Likewise, most boys at some point decide that dashing in on a white horse to rescue a woman sounds adventurous and noble. Looking at the divorce rates begs the question: What has gone so desperately wrong?

Ten Ways to Treat Your Wife Like a Queen on Mother’s Day

With Mother’s Day in sight, you want to do something to honor your wife for all her hard work, right?

The Thing About Sex

Very few Christians have developed a Bible-based theology of sex. Fewer still live out that theology of sex.

7 Thoughts that Will Change Your Marriage

Can I change my spouse? Do the kids always have to come first? These answers and more to help you transform your marriage.

  • Sheila Wray Gregoire |
  • May 01, 2013 |
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Preserve Your Marriage by Making 5 Smart Money Decisions

Here are few practical steps every couple (married or engaged) can take to protect and strengthen their relationship, while implementing sound financial habits.

Things Don’t Fall Apart. We Do

“I’m afraid that things will just fall apart once we leave The Marriage Recovery Center,” confided a patient.

  • Dr. David B. Hawkins |
  • April 26, 2013 |
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The Honeymoon Never Ends

I cried almost every day of our first year of marriage. However, that’s not to say that starting off our marriage was all bad.

  • Christine and Adam Jeske |
  • April 24, 2013 |
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Waiting for God to Fill your Cradle

There are four specific areas where my husband and I have dug deep emotionally and spiritually to find the treasure in this season of waiting.

How to Learn What Your Husband Isn’t Telling You

Your husband has a lot going on inside his mind, but you may not know much about it.

Touch Your Spouse's Heart with the Power of a Note

On my computer keyboard was a note, in my husband’s handwriting, that simply said: “Love you, Wife.” Oh, the power of a note.

The Long Walk Regaining Trust

A spouse who is willing to take any necessary steps to regain trust is more trustworthy than someone prideful, closed and resistant.

  • Dr. David B. Hawkins |
  • April 15, 2013 |
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Dealing With a Destructive Ex-Spouse

“My husband’s ex-wife attacks us frequently in front of the kids and manipulates them constantly. How do we deal with this?”

How to Use Conflict to Grow Closer in Your Marriage

What matters most to the quality of your marriage isn’t WHETHER you fight, but HOW you fight. Conflict can lead to growth.

Real Love: A Paraphrase of 1 Corinthians 13

If I talk about God but I fail to ask about other people’s needs, I’m simply making a lot of empty religious noise.

Ask Dr. David: When Only One Spouse Owns the Problem

"I have been married for twenty years to a husband who is emotionally distant. I am the only one working on the relationship."

  • Dr. David B. Hawkins |
  • April 05, 2013 |
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Can You Just Hold Me?

If you are looking to take the emotional intimacy level to a deeper place in your marriage, giving comfort is a great place to start.

When Your Spouse Is Just A Roommate

In the midst of hectic mornings and busy nights, does your husband feel more like a stranger than a spouse?

  • Jenny Schermerhorn |
  • April 01, 2013 |
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"Those People:" Learning How to Have a Stepfamily

When you and your spouse vowed to one another to love, honor and cherish, a new parenting team was created.

  • Gil and Brenda Stuart |
  • March 29, 2013 |
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An Easter Basket to Bless Your Marriage

Forgiving freely is a critical element in loving your spouse. Here's a simple way to bring the blessings of God's forgiveness to your marriage this Easter.

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