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Marriage, Homeschooling, and You

After 15 years, Jim and I had managed to get away for a day—just the two of us. But returning home the next day was less euphoric.

When You're Weary of Worshiping Alone

For years, Debe longed to have Randy worshiping alongside her. Her heart ached for her husband to experience what she did through the music and the message at church...

The Importance of Being Able to Talk About Money

Even when couples have a strong, stable relationship, money is still often a source of conflict.

Have a Great Life as a Pastor’s Wife

Your life as a pastor's wife is meant to be a great adventure - not a grim existence.

Settling for Mr. Good Enough?

What I wanted in a man was so very temporal. Instead, God gave me what I needed, and Mr. Good Enough has become Mr. Wonderful, Mr. Phenomenal, Mr. Thank-You-for-Choosing-Me-for-Your-Wife...

Uniquely Male: The Scriptural Blueprint for Masculinity

The Bible teaches that male and female roles are complementary, not identical or interchangeable. God could have made male and female at the exact same time and in the exact same way. But the fact is, He didn't.

Forgiveness: An Ongoing Process

If you've done something extremely hurtful to your spouse and are seeking her forgiveness, then you can't expect the healing to take place immediately.

  • Greg, Gary and Michael Smalley |
  • March 11, 2010 |
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Powerful Phrases that Can Improve Your Marriage

Words contain great power to either help or harm people. Here are some key phrases you can say to each other to improve your marriage.

Trusting God When Life Seems Unfair

Where is God when life seems unfair? My friend, Patricia, was wondering just that. "My husband is living with some woman in Palm Springs," Patricia told me bitterly. "He doesn't seem to have a care in the world. In the meantime, I'm struggling to make ends meet for me and the kids."

Tiger's Tale and the Truth about Sexual Addiction

Eyes often roll at the term "sexual addiction." For some, this misunderstood concept feels like an excuse for poor behavior. Author Meg Wilson, who once walked a path similar to Elin's, clears up common misconceptions.

Planning for Fewer Financial Fights with Your Spouse

Money is a well-known source of conflict among married couples but new research shows that the use of a simple-though-unpopular financial tool may help dial down their financial fights.

Is it Possible to Rebuild Trust after Unfaithfulness?

Is it possible to fully trust your spouse again after an affair? Gary and Mona Shriver, authors of Unfaithful, know the challenges of healing from infidelity well. Here, they discuss how they rebuilt the trust.

  • Gary and Mona Shriver |
  • February 25, 2010 |
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An Appetite for Sin

If you can’t control your appetite, don’t go to the buffet. If you can’t look without lusting, look away. Don’t think you’re stronger than your desires.

Did He Get Married Too Young?

David Lapp, age 22, is now happily married. In a Wall Street Journal column, he deals head-on with objections to young marriage.

Mystery and Romance: Does a Christian Marriage Need Them?

Women long for romance but often don't feel their marriages meet their expectations. Hayley DiMarco, author of The Woman of Mystery, shares some common mistakes wives make and how they can reawaken both mystery and romance in their lives.

Faced with Scandal, Gayle Haggard Tells Why She Stayed

For Gayle Haggard, the gay sex-and-drug scandal that toppled her husband's ministry was simply "the mountain we had to go over." Her new book describes in candid detail why she stayed.

  • Adelle M. Banks |
  • February 11, 2010 |
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Check the Health of Your Remarriage

All married couples face pressures that can harm or destroy their marriages. But spouses in remarriages are even more vulnerable.

Valentine's Day: True Love Leaves a Mark

Candy is easy to buy. Giving of ourselves sacrificially and unselfishly costs us something. What action can you perform this Valentines Day that will leave a lasting impression on your loved one's heart?

My Wife’s Affair Shattered (and Saved) Our Marriage

I searched her eyes for the familiar fire. Seeing none, I thought, who is this woman? My wife of two years had become a stranger...

Mere Moral Opprobrium? Far More than Marriage Is on Trial

The case has finally put the issue of same-sex marriage before the federal courts, setting the stage for a landmark decision, either way the judge rules in Perry v. Schwarzenegger.

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