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The Divorce Generation: Finding Redemption

If we want future generations to see marriage not as a hit-or-miss relationship, but as an enduring sign of God's grace and love, then the Church has some work to do...

Resolving Marriage Conflicts so Both Spouses Win

What if a husband gets a new job in a different state that is going to make his life easier and the family's life easier, but the wife doesn't think it would be a wise move? How can they possibly reach a win/win solution?

Faithfulness in Sickness and in Health: One Couple's Story

One week after they graduated from college, they were married. All seemed right with their world until she was given a devastating diagnosis: Multiple Sclerosis.

Motherhood Thrives in the Covenant of Marriage

In times of stress, there is no substitute for a husband who in the little acts of love and devotion makes you feel adored and who has vowed to stand beside you through the daily grind of life.

The Command to Forgive

I admit the Bible can sometimes be difficult to interpret and understand. However, when it comes to the command to forgive, the Bible is very obvious in what is expected of Christians...

  • The Smalley Relationship Center |
  • May 01, 2008 |
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Spiritual Tools for Couples

The more spiritual your marriage is, the more likely it will be successful and satisfying...

  • Pam and Bill Farrel |
  • April 26, 2008 |
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Costly Substitutes: The Price of Family Fragmentation

The costs of a decline in healthy marriages are not limited to the children. As one expert wrote, "Divorce and unwed childbearing create substantial public costs, paid by taxpayers."

5 Ways to Help Your Kids When Your Marriage is in Trouble

What can we do when our marriage is crashing against the rocks and our kids are watching? Here are five God-shaped guidelines...

Controlling Your Anger in Conflict Situations

“I’m ashamed to tell you,” Kelly said with her voice shaking, “but Zach and I can’t seem to resolve our problems without resorting to some type of violence. We both know it is wrong but we just can’t stop...”

  • Drs. Beverly and Tom Rodgers |
  • April 11, 2008 |
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Breaking Free from Your Family of Origin

A husband and wife cannot fully join to each other until they have severed dependence on their families of origin. Yet many spouses are still as connected or even more connected to their families as they are to their spouses...

Healing the Past for a Strong Future

Much of the hurt and anger you experience in your marriage relationship is the result of unresolved conflicts between you and your spouse. Here are tips on finding healing...

  • Dr. Gary and Barbara Rosberg |
  • April 03, 2008 |
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The Destructive Cycle of Negative Thinking

"Negative thinking" occurs when a husband or wife interprets the behavior of his or her spouse to be much more negative than the spouse intended...

  • The Smalley Relationship Center |
  • April 01, 2008 |
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Are Weddings No Longer Sacred?

As a Christian, I wonder what God’s perspective might be about today’s wedding extravaganzas. According to CNN, the average cost of a wedding soared to $26,327 in 2005...

  • Sharon Hanby-Robie |
  • March 27, 2008 |
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The Dangers of the Daily Grind

I'll be the first to admit that I often become so ensnared in routine that I tend to forget that my marriage is more important than vacuuming the bathroom rugs...

Chastity Leads to Marital Success

Kirk and Gillian wanted to be married right away—no premarital counseling. They were also living together. Instead of insisting on change, their pastor gave up and went along with the couple's wishes...

Introvert or Extrovert? How Temperament Affects Marriage

Many people believe that the person they love looks at life the same way they do, but that’s usually not the case. Knowing your spouse’s temperament will help you maximize your strengths as a couple and minimize misunderstandings...

  • Kathy Collard Miller, D. Larry Miller |
  • March 08, 2008 |
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