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A Father's Day Reflection on Walking Your Daughter Down the Aisle

My daughter's weddings spelled the death of something — and the birth of something else. Something completely unknown to me...

Flourishing in the Desert

“Where is God right now?” Kris blurted out to me in frustration one day. “We’re calling on Him for help. It just seems like He’s forgotten about us.”

Dating Shouldn't Stop In Marriage

Dating your husband or wife will be very different from dating a potential husband or wife. But it’s just as important...

  • Dr. Gary and Barbara Rosberg |
  • June 11, 2009 |
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Reflect On Your Wedding Vows

  • Dr. J. & L. Dillow, Dr. P. & L. Pintus |
  • June 09, 2009 |
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Decoupling Children and Marriage: The Unhappy Trend

It seems that more and more women have decided to have children while they still can, regardless of their marital status. The result is a culture out of touch with the needs of children.

Are You Disconnected from Your Spouse?

I have come to believe that one primary problem sits at the root of most couples who feel disengaged. I call it the “full plate” phenomenon.

The Perfect Vision of Marriage

  • Barry R. Leventhal, Ph.D. |
  • June 02, 2009 |
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Wives: Encourage Manliness through Your Femininity

What a man needs is an emotionally grounded, God-dependent, soft woman who understands her husband, loves him deeply, knows how to draw healthy boundaries, and—most important—encourages every step he takes toward true manliness.

Worthwhile Advice for the Engaged and Newly Married

Within hours of getting engaged, the advice starts flowing from loved ones and even strangers. While some of the advice is helpful, there's also a lot of bad advice given to engaged couples. Jen Booth shares the words she cherished and the words she chose to ignore...

Velvet Steel: The Joy of Being Married to You

The “emotional” companion to John Piper’s This Momentary Marriage, Velvet Steel shares a taste of John’s tender affections for his wife, Noël, in a series of poems that will fuel readers' affections for their spouses and for God.

Staying Whole in a Broken World

Nick and Nancy never really struggled as a couple, until declining finances started a domino effect on their marriage...

Build a Loving Relationship with Your Son’s Wife

You can enjoy a caring and supportive relationship with your daughter-in-law. Such a relationship will bless not just the two of you, but also the man you both love – your son and her husband.

Providing Shelter: The Church and Domestic Abuse

Most pastors have never preached a sermon condemning domestic violence. Most have little or no contact with local shelters and those who run them.

10 Ways to Save a Marriage After an Affair

Churches usually grant the offended spouse the right to start over with a new mate. May I offer another possibility?

Contentment: A Key to Keeping Your Love Alive

About six months ago, my husband said he thought the Lord was trying to teach him to be content with mediocrity. Mediocrity? I thought, Never! But in light of a few life lessons of my own, I think I now understand what my husband was saying...

Financial Infidelity Cheats a Marriage Out of Trust

While not all financial infidelity is as serious as $75,000 of secret debt, money secrets between partners can grow into barriers of serious proportion.

Domestic Violence within the Church: The Ugly Truth

Pastors need to acknowledge that domestic abuse in the church is a problem, and learn how to counsel women wisely, not just continually tell them to "submit."

Midlife Marriage: Rejoicing in the Spouse of Your Youth

Our culture seems to place a high value on the euphoria of early romance, rarely taking into account the challenges that come as we advance through the decades together. So what's a midlife marriage to do?

  • Pam and Bill Farrel |
  • April 23, 2009 |
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