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Nurturing Your Marriage after Children Arrive

When children join a couple, the big question becomes: Just how do we find time together – just the two of us?

This Wasn’t Part of the Deal

There are times when we look at our marriages and silently think, “This so wasn’t part of the deal.” But in reality, it was and is.

Christian Marriage: A Union of Three

When we married, there were three of us involved in making our marriage succeed: my husband, myself, and God.

How to be a Winning Husband

Brian Goins' book "Playing Hurt" shows you how to develop a winning marriage by being a husband who stays in the game with God.

Why I Stayed, Too: A Husband’s Focus on God Saves His Marriage

Sometimes the dream dies. Where do you go from there?

How to Bring More Love and Respect into Your Marriage

In the same way that a woman longs to be loved, a man longs to be respected. In fact, if a woman feels loved she will likely respect her husband. And if a man feels respected, he will naturally show love to his wife...

What I’ve Learned in 21 Years of Marriage

Here are some reasons to hack it out on the days when being single sounds more appealing...

Why I Stayed: A Wife’s Focus on God Saves Her Marriage

I wanted out. I was lonely, starving for attention and there didn’t seem to be any benefit to being married...

  • Carla Anne Coroy |
  • January 10, 2012 |
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12 Questions to Ask Before You Get Married

You can get married with the confidence that you’ll enjoy the healthy, holy marriage God wants you to have if you invest time before getting married into asking wise questions.

Five Goals for Growing Closer to Your Spouse in 2012

It's amazing what any couple can accomplish when even one partner is willing to do the work.

Book Review — Real Marriage (Mark and Grace Driscoll)

With so many good books on marriage available to us, I see no reason to recommend this one.

This Year, Try Saying, "Yes, Dear!"

In 2012, I am challenging wives to find some areas where you’d be willing to trust your husband’s leadership, do things his way and yes, even avoid giving your opinion...

  • Pam and Bill Farrel |
  • January 03, 2012 |
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The Art of Dating Your Spouse

So, what do you do on a date if one of you is a talker and the other is... not?

Pursuing True Fulfillment in Marriage

Most New Year's resolutions are made in the spirit of self-fulfillment. But what if we resolved to improve for the sake of our spouse's fulfillment?

  • Deborah Raney and Tobi Layton |
  • December 30, 2011 |
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Look to the New Year with Hope for Your Future

As tempting as it may be to settle into the post-holiday blues, God wants to give you hope for a blessed future this year.

  • Betsy St. Amant |
  • December 27, 2011 |
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Ways to Romance Your Spouse in the New Year

Psalms 77:11 says “I will remember the deeds of the LORD.” God thinks it is wise to commemorate. What do you want to remember with your spouse?

  • Pam and Bill Farrel |
  • December 23, 2011 |
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Crosswalk's Top 12 Family Articles of 2011

Which marriage and parenting articles grabbed the attention of Crosswalk readers in 2011? Here are the 12 most-read family articles of the year.

Mr. Fun and Ms. Religious Marry and Try to Celebrate Christmas

Our first major marital disagreement arrived wrapped in Christmas paper and glitter.

Navigating Change with Your Spouse

Change can be tough to navigate, but it is possible to merge victorious from the storms of life. I know, I saw God do it for Bill and me...

  • Bill and Pam Farrel |
  • December 17, 2011 |
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It’s Not that Bad? Emotional Abuse is Not Second Class

Barbara Shaffer, Ph.D. in Christian Counseling, defines emotional abuse as, "an attitude of entitlement and profound disrespect that discounts at every turn the inherent right of the other person to dignity..."

  • Elisabeth Klein |
  • December 15, 2011 |
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