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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.

Cleaning House: What Areas of Your Marriage Could Improve?

Imagine your marriage as if it were a house. Which rooms might need some extra cleaning out and which ones might need a little extra attention to spruce them up?

Inexpensive Ways to Honor Your Spouse this Valentine's Day

Do you need some ideas to make this Valentine's Day one to remember? Marriage experts Bill and Pam Farrel offer a few affordable ideas...

  • Pam and Bill Farrel |
  • January 28, 2010 |
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Committed? Not By a Long Shot

Committed is likely to join Eat, Pray, Love atop the best-seller lists. In any event, the book reveals the vast redefinition of marriage taking place within Western cultures, right before our eyes.

New Decade, Renewed Marriage

If you want the next decade to be a time of renewal for your marriage, I have good news for you. It's possible.

  • Dr. David B. Hawkins |
  • January 26, 2010 |
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Heartfelt Gifts for Hardworking Husbands

How can a wife reach her husband's heart? Rebecca, wife of an exhausted youth minister, came up with a gift that far surpassed the obligatory romance of Valentine's Day...

Healthy Marriages, Healthy Society

I firmly believe that if we strengthen marriages and make traditional marriage a priority, we will keep untold thousands of children from ever going to prison.

Change Your Marriage by Changing Your Expectations

If you learn to recognize which expectations are unreasonable or unhealthy -- and how to change them -- you can change your marriage for the better in the process.

It Takes the Church to Save Our Marriages

It is the first institution created by God; the structure under which children thrive; the basic building block of every civil society; and the relationship in which men and women complete each other. Yet, it is often the institution most forgotten by the Christian church.

Facing the New Year Alone: Practical Advice for Widows and Widowers

Beth Chilcoat reflects on the three years since she lost her husband and gives New Year's advice to widows and widowers.

When One Spouse Travels: 5 Steps for Keeping the Peace

Today's economy is having more of an impact on families than just their income levels. In many cases, one spouse now has to travel in order to get or keep a job.

  • Deborah Thompson |
  • January 09, 2010 |
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Nothing Good Apart from Him…

I had made Kevin my "good thing." My all-encompassing good thing. And Jesus… well, I tried to fit Him in when I could...

  • Elisabeth Corcoran |
  • January 02, 2010 |
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Christian Manhood: Gentleness Isn't Being the "Nice Guy"

When Christian men hear or read about the virtue of gentleness, they often substitute this virtue with the vice of niceness. The results can be deadly when it comes to love, marriage and fatherhood...

Top 10 Family and Relationship Articles of 2009

What are men really thinking? Should my child read the Twilight series? How can someone who seemed as wholesome as Tiger Woods do so much harm to his marriage? In 2009, Crosswalk readers sought Christ-centered answers to their most perplexing relationship questions...

  • Compiled by Sarah Jennings |
  • December 31, 2009 |
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