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Before You Say "I Do" to a Pre-Nup…

In an era of frequent marital break-ups, our culture often portrays those getting married without a pre-nup as either foolish or naive. But is applying our culture's wisdom on this issue the best choice for Christian couples?

  • Stephen Bloom Esq. |
  • August 29, 2008 |
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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...

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 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.

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...

The Joys of a Biblical Marriage

Pastor John Barnett shares how growing up in a broken home inspired him to turn to God's Word for much-needed wisdom on building a holy marriage.

Traits of a Godly Wife

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

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.

Gender Roles in Marriage: What it Means to Lead and Follow

In dancing, as in marriage, the roles of men leading and women supporting - if properly executed - give the impression that there are no roles at all. What you witness is the fruit of their abilities, which is delicious.

True Romance Looks Different from the Movies

I’m learning that the kind of love story that wouldn’t make a very exciting movie makes for a wonderful marriage...

  • Deborah Raney and Tobi Layton |
  • June 01, 2008 |
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Opposites Attract -- and Drive Each Other Nuts!

Read how two couples went from despairing of their differences to rejoicing in God's perfect plan...

  • Deborah Raney and Tobi Layton |
  • May 30, 2008 |
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Conquering Lust

While we often think of lust in terms of sexual infidelity, we lust when we view a person as an object to be used. This can happen even within the marriage relationship...

Sugar-Laced Poison: The Realities of Sexual Sin

One of Satan’s lies regarding sexual purity is, “No one else has enough self-control to resist, why do you think you can?” Yet many people do resist every day—our society just doesn’t celebrate their dependence upon God...

  • Kathy Collard Miller, D. Larry Miller |
  • April 29, 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...

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 |
  • April 05, 2008 |
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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...

Why Choose Pre-Marital Counseling?

To the young, engaged couple life feels blissful. So why waste time with counseling when all is going so well? Counselors Beverly and Tom Rodgers share how pre-marital counseling programs can help couples identify relational blind spots and give advice on identifying a quality counseling program.

  • Drs. Beverly and Tom Rodgers |
  • March 03, 2008 |
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Can Your Marriage Fulfill Your Dreams?

We all enter marriage with a dream. Whether or not our dreams come true can depend on how we define the "dream life"...

  • Pam and Bill Farrel |
  • February 25, 2008 |
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How to Set Goals for Your Marriage

Four years ago, Karen and Charles O’Connor attended a marriage seminar that emphasized goals. “Our marriage was transformed—truly—by choosing to set goals and then following through,” says Karen.

  • LeAnne Benfield Martin |
  • February 17, 2008 |
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