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Are You Too Busy?

How do you figure out how busy you should be as couple? It begins with finding your pace as individuals...

  • Bill and Pam Farrel |
  • August 10, 2010 |
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Confessing an Affair without Losing Your Marriage

Usually, I'm approached by the spouse who just discovered the affair of the other. However, this article isn't for those whose spouse cheated; it's for those who strayed.

Mixed Messages on Marriage

Is marriage good for children and families, or not? Does it really matter whether Tripp's parents, Bristol Palin and Levy Johnston, get married? Research says yes.

Marry Outside the Faith? The Logic of Christian Marriage

The sociological research presents a clear case for social concern, but the Christian case against mixed-faith marriage emerged long before the academic discipline of sociology. That case is rooted in the logic of the Gospel itself, and in the reality of the Lordship of Jesus Christ.

Christians Reexamine Morality of Birth Control

Is contraception a sin? The very suggestion made Bryan Hodge and his classmates at Chicago's Moody Bible Institute laugh. Then Hodge started to think about it.

Looking for the Wrong Addiction

Dave and Meg thought they could avoid the pain of alcoholism present in both their families by simply avoiding alcohol -- but they failed to see how their marriage was vulnerable to other addictions. Meg shares their story of brokenness and healing with Crosswalk...

Bring Out the Best in Your Husband

If your husband sees that you believe in him no matter what, he'll gain the confidence to believe in himself and change for the better. Here's how you can bring out the best in your husband by encouraging him.

Wedding Thoughts

Unless the Lord Builds the House...

When we measure spiritual growth and development, especially in our marriages and families, one thing is for sure: “Unless the Lord builds the house, its builders labor in vain.”

  • Barry R. Leventhal, Ph.D. |
  • July 17, 2010 |
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Honoring My Wife... and Stressed Out

A reader asks 48Days.com founder, Dan Miller, if he should stick with the job that makes him miserable at his wife's request.

Lie, Cheat & Steal. Or, Just Make One Decision

When we consciously decide who we want to be and what we want our lives to reflect, then all other choices become much easier to make. Tempted to cheat on a test, a spouse or a business deal? Is that who you've decided to be?

  • Deborah J. Thompson |
  • July 15, 2010 |
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Honoring the 7th Commandment: 'Do Not Commit Adultery'

In a marriage, you would be hard pressed to imagine anything more damaging than your spouse being unfaithful. But being faithful is not only being faithful in action, but also in thought....

Living the Abundant Marriage

We have endured some really hard things in 30 years. The death of a daughter. An armed invasion robbery in our home. Cancer. Yet we are happier than we have ever been. How can that be possible?

The Case Against Marriage, Courtesy of Newsweek

The Newsweek article represents what may be the most direct journalistic attack on marriage in our times, presenting arguments that had to date been made largely outside of mainstream circles

What Kind of Encouragement Does Your Spouse Need?

Both husbands and wives need regular encouragement, but men and women tend to see encouragement differently. So what does encouragement look like for your spouse?

  • Dr. Gary and Barbara Rosberg |
  • June 29, 2010 |
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Fruit of the Spirit: The First Steps to an Enduring Marriage

In order to love one another with a godly love, we mere mortals need a little help. That is where the “Fruit of the Spirit” comes in...

  • Deborah J. Thompson |
  • June 24, 2010 |
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Children of Divorce Can Triumph in Their Own Marriages

Many couples walk down the aisle having never witnessed a healthy marriage between their own parents. While adult children of divorce face unique challenges, they don't have to repeat their parents' mistakes...

  • Drs. Beverly and Tom Rodgers |
  • June 22, 2010 |
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Surviving a Struggle for Identity

Why are we so consumed with trying to "find" ourselves? Is there really a piece of us missing out there that we must find? Cindi McMenamin, author of Women on the Edge, shares ways you (and your marriage) can survive an identity crisis.

Say “I Do” to the Name Change

The Globe and Mail recently suggested that women who get married should say "I don't" to changing their name. Is this advice wise?

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