Your own walk with Christ could make the difference in the eternal well being of someone you love. But why is it so much easier to share your gospel hope with a stranger than with someone in your own family?
- March 14, 2011 |
We crave being known and loved as we truly are. No criteria. No pretending.
- March 12, 2011 |
It takes time to create a stepfamily that is genuinely working together and has high prospects of success.
- March 10, 2011 |
Every healthy relationship involves conflict, so don’t try to avoid conflicts about money. Instead, learn to fight fair.
- March 08, 2011 |
In dancing, as in marriage, the roles of men leading and women supporting - if properly executed - give the impression that there are no roles at all. What you witness is the fruit of their abilities, which is delicious.
- March 05, 2011 |
We often hear marriage described as a private matter, a commitment between two people for the sake of their own personal fulfillment. But this isn't an accurate definition...
- February 26, 2011 |
God has not commanded husbands to love seminary. He has commanded that we love our wives and strive to protect our marriages, even from something as noble as our ministry call.
- February 24, 2011 |
Like air travel, living life with another person is all about making adjustments, dealing with delays, realizing you’re not in control, and having to -- at times – make the best of it, so you truly enjoy the journey.
- February 22, 2011 |
So what does it take to become the woman of your man’s dreams? In order to answer that question, I interviewed and surveyed hundreds of men to find out what they longed for.
- February 17, 2011 |
If a person can be rescued, they should be. If a marriage has any chance of reconciliation, that chance should be explored to the deepest level.
- February 15, 2011 |
Immature love is a noun. A thing we long for. A feeling. An expectation of what someone will do for us. Mature love is verb.
- February 13, 2011 |
Christian Nice Wives are often looking for precise Scripture interpretations, because they are afraid of making a mistake and angering God, or of not living up to the CNWife expectations of others.
- February 10, 2011 |
To splurge on each other does not mean heaping material blessings on your spouse, although you might take that approach once in a great while. Here are seven ways you can splurge on each other when money is tight.
A relationship centered in God’s love acknowledges that the Lord, not your spouse, is your personal source of satisfaction…
Valentine's Day only comes once a year, but it can serve as a reminder that we need to continually deepen our connection with our spouses. Though you might believe you have a close, intimate marriage, there may be areas that need strengthening...
How do you redeem the moment when it looks like everything is quickly going downhill? How do you recover from a stinging comment or a rude response?
I’m told by my tech-savvy friends that computers have “defaults” built into them that if left alone, will make my computer function with little input from me.