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Creating a Kinder, Gentler Marriage

The presence of kind words and actions in a marriage often directly relates to what your parents taught you. Whether you're in need of a full marriage makeover or just wanting to improve a little in this area, here are some ways to bring more kindness into your home...

  • Pam and Bill Farrel |
  • July 31, 2008 |
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Why Marry?

The main reason I think it's important to get married is the same reason I think it's important to do virtually every great thing there is to do in life: to Avoid Self-Centeredness.

In Defense of Marriage, Part II

Michael Craven, President of the Center for Christ & Culture, discusses the nature of marriage and why equal treatment of persons living the homosexual lifestyle is a completely different issue than sanctioning same-sex unions...

Christian & Religious Families Happier, Less Likely to Divorce

The breakdown of marriage, the sexual revolution, declining real wages and the rise of individualism all have contributed to distancing men from their families. But research increasingly confirms religion plays an important role in bringing men closer to their families...

Staying in Sync with Your Husband

If my husband and I are not in sync with each other, it can make for some strained interactions with others and compromise our mission as a couple.

In Defense of Marriage

Marriage is far more profound than our contemporary culture would lead us to believe...

Does My Spouse Need to Know?

I receive questions like this one all the time: Should I reveal to my spouse events from my past even though I believe he could never find out about them?

Build a Marriage that Goes the Distance

Unhealthy marriages and divorces are so commonplace that you may wonder whether a close and lasting marriage is even possible for you. But, if you make wise decisions before and after marriage, you can prepare yourself to experience a marriage that goes all the way to God’s best for you...

Traits of a Godly Wife

What traits should a woman strive towards to become a godly wife?

Gary Chapman Shares Ways Ministers' Wives can 'Love a Leader'

Gary Chapman, author of The Five Love Languages, offers seven things ministers' wives must know to truly love their leader husbands...

Wedding Modesty: Has it Gone Out of Style?

You're not alone if you have become increasingly grieved by the immodesty of brides and bridesmaids at "Christian" weddings in recent years. Is anyone asking anymore whether or not God is glorified by what is worn and done?

Are You Ready for Marriage?

If we, as singles, take seriously the idea of entering marriage someday—whether for the first time or in a remarriage—we must also take seriously the process that will make us worthy lifelong companions.

A Father's Day Retrospective on Submission and Headship

My mother seemed omni-competent and overflowing with love and energy, but when my father came home, she had the extraordinary ability and biblical wisdom and humility to honor him as the head of the home.

Dads, Leave a Legacy of Marital Faithfulness

The first way to leave a good legacy is found in Paul’s letter to the church at Ephesus: Husbands, love your wives, just as Christ loved the church and gave himself up for her. (NIV, Ephesians 5:25)

The Fate of the Family and the Future of the Church

Is the future of our congregations tied to the fate of the family?

Beware of Becoming This Type of Man

God's Word goes so far as to even identify what type of person we should avoid, stay away from, never consider as a viable marriage partner, and certainly not become.

Trading Places: The Art of Expressing Empathy

Empathy is our “social radar” -- it enables you to understand the concerns that lie behind your spouse's feelings. A marriage filled with empathy keeps small issues from becoming big and enjoys deep levels of intimacy.

  • Drs. Les & Leslie Parrott |
  • June 05, 2008 |
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The Meaning of Sex in Marriage

A Marriage with No Regrets

A Biblical marriage offers a snapshot of the delights of Heaven and represents Christ's love on earth. But how do we build such a marriage? Dr. John Barnett shares guidelines from Scripture.

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Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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