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Top Priority: Remembering Your Spouse

I pray that we are modeling for our children how important it is to nurture the marriage relationship, second only to God.

  • Cheri Swalwell |
  • September 05, 2012 |
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How to Build a Strong Marriage in the Real World

No marriage can ever be perfect. However, it’s definitely realistic to build a strong marriage – with God's help.

How to Fall in Love

Follow these steps and find a romantic partner if you’re single, keep love fresh if you’re married, or bring back love you’ve lost for your spouse.

How to Enjoy a Lifelong Love Affair with Your Spouse

You can have a lifelong love affair with your spouse if you follow God’s principles for healing your relationship and rekindling the romance between you.

The Fifty-Fifty Conundrum

“Marriage is not fifty-fifty,” I heard Dr. Phil announce on national television. “It’s one-hundred and one-hundred.”

Is Your Marriage Message Mixed-Up?

Did you start off your marriage really knowing which way to go?

  • Dr. Ann @ Coaching with Dr. Ann |
  • July 09, 2012 |
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Be Subject to One Another

Ephesians chapter five isn’t only about marriage. In fact, it’s actually about the Church and being “imitators of God.”

12 Questions to Ask Before You Get Married

You can get married with the confidence that you’ll enjoy the healthy, holy marriage God wants you to have if you invest time before getting married into asking wise questions.

Mr. Fun and Ms. Religious Marry and Try to Celebrate Christmas

Our first major marital disagreement arrived wrapped in Christmas paper and glitter.

Marrying Out

The latest research has found that today, “young adults have more friends of diverse racial backgrounds than past generations and are more willing to have relationships with those of other races and cultures.” So it shouldn’t come as a surprise that increasing numbers are "marrying out," meaning outside of their race.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • November 14, 2011 |
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How to Enjoy a “Happily Ever After” Marriage

The desire that you have for a lifelong, intimate marriage is a God-given one that reflects His plan for marriage.

Five Questions to Ask Your Future Son-in-Law

John Croyle, head of the Big Oak Ranch for abandoned, abused and neglected children, shares the five questions he poses to young men who want to marry the young women in his care.

  • Deborah J. Thompson |
  • October 30, 2011 |
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He’s Husband Material but Doesn’t Share My Faith

How do you reject a guy who has “everything” but doesn't share your faith? Read more in this edition of “He Said-She Said.”

  • Cliff Young & Laura MacCorkle |
  • October 14, 2011 |
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How Do You Know He's "The One"?

As a single woman, I wanted a formula, a sure-fire way to figure out how to decide if I should marry a person...

  • Sarah Phillips |
  • September 23, 2011 |
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Set the Right Expectations for Marriage

Here’s how you can avoid chasing fairy tales and discover real love...

  • Whitney Hopler |
  • September 15, 2011 |
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How to Turn Young Love into Marriage

Your age doesn’t determine how ready you are for marriage; your maturity does. Here’s how you can turn young love into marriage if you sense God leading you to wed.

He Said-She Said: Is This Behavior Inappropriate?

Is it inappropriate for a married man to call an engaged woman every day? Find out what “he” and “she” have said.

  • Cliff Young & Laura MacCorkle |
  • July 01, 2011 |
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Committed to a Mortgage, But Not a Marriage

Cohabiting homebuyers face bigger challenges than just the mortgage payment.

The Royal Wedding and the Gospel on Display

An estimated 2 billion viewers -- about a third of the world's population -- watched the Royal Wedding.

Seven Ways to Splurge on Your Spouse When Money is Tight

To splurge on each other does not mean heaping material blessings on your spouse, although you might take that approach once in a great while. Here are seven ways you can splurge on each other when money is tight.

  • Cindi and Hugh McMenamin |
  • February 02, 2011 |
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