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Engagement and Marriage - Christian Couples and Newlyweds Resources

Love, Romance, and Christian Marriage

The association between love and marriage is, in large measure, a Christian invention...

Becoming Two Halves of a Whole

Together, my husband and I make a decent whole. But it has taken years of the dance to fine-tune our lives and appreciation for each other...

6 Ways to Meet Your Wife’s Need for Affection

Your wife needs your closeness, your nonsexual approach that communicates genuine caring. Here are six ways to show her you love her...

  • Dr. Gary and Barbara Rosberg |
  • February 03, 2009 |
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Have a 'Clean Slate' Marriage in '09

Maintaining a clean slate marriage is not simply about having an absence of offenses in your relationship. It is having a fresh stream of living water running through the heart of your relationship at all times...

Become a Wife of Goodwill

After seventeen years of marriage, I can look back and say that it was my job to love my husband, Paul. Not to change him...

Faith Equals Fertility?

A growing number of researchers and observers are beginning to take note of a huge demographic reality -- those who take belief in God most seriously tend to have more babies.

Marriage: Made within Community, Made for Mission

We often hear marriage described as a private matter, a commitment between two people for the sake of their own personal fulfillment. But this isn't an accurate definition...

  • David A. deSilva |
  • December 25, 2008 |
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Could Your Marriage Benefit from Mentoring?

Few successes in life are reached without a little help along the way. Marriage experts Bill and Pam Farrell share the blessings of marriage mentorships and tips on ways to begin a mentoring relationship that could last a lifetime.

  • Bill and Pam Farrel |
  • December 11, 2008 |
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Marriage Perspectives: Choosing Your Battles

As I write this, I am staring at an incredible annoyance. It’s a small thing––just an empty bag of chips...

  • Deborah Raney and Tobi Layton |
  • December 04, 2008 |
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Thankful for… That?

Are there reasons to be thankful for the hiccups and hurts in our marriages?

Preparing to Marry Judas?

Many young women envision their future husbands as their prince or even a modified version of Christ. But we all marry sinners.

Is 'Happily Ever After' Possible?

You dream of an adventurous and romantic life with your spouse. But if your marriage makes you restless and bored, it may feel more like a nightmare than a dream...

Should In-Laws be Outlawed?

There are three hot-button topics that are a source of conflict at some point in most marriages. Sex and money vie for first place, but arguments about in-laws must surely be close behind...

  • Deborah Raney and Tobi Layton |
  • October 27, 2008 |
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How Does Submission Fit into Modern Marriages?

Wives supporting their families financially, wives of unbelievers, and wives of deployed soldiers are among the countless women who approach Cindy Easley asking, “How does submission work in my marriage?” Easley, wife of Moody Bible Institute president Michael Easley, shares her insights with Crosswalk…

What a Man Brings to Marriage

We often focus on what we will get out of a marriage relationship. Perhaps it’s time to start focusing on what we men can bring, so that we will have something to offer at the table (a man’s dowry, if you will) before making a life-long commitment.

What a Woman Brings to Marriage

The Proverbs 31 woman is great and all. But the ultimate example who should inform what I bring to marriage is Christ. He modeled so well the type of intangibles that I hope to one day bring to a union with my future husband.

  • Laura MacCorkle |
  • September 25, 2008 |
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'Dry Wedding': Redundancy, or Oxymoron?

When you attend a wedding, do you expect there will, or will not, be alcohol served?

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.

The New Norm: Cohabitation in Contemporary America

Just thirty years ago cohabitation was rare and marriage was the norm for heterosexual couples. All that has seemingly changed. For many, cohabitation is now just "part of the life course."

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