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Christian Relationships and Marriage Resources

11 Ways to Build a More Loving Marriage

If your marriage isn’t what you’d like it to be and your husband isn’t changing, there’s still hope your relationship can improve.

Why My Husband Doesn't Need Another Mom

Acting like my husband’s mother was something I never thought I’d struggle with. But I do. Have you seen the signs?

How to Save Your Husband from Himself

Your husband has two kinds of flaws: the ones that bother you and the ones that bother others. It can be tricky to deal with both.

Letter to a New Bride

Letter to a New Bride

5 Ways to Encourage Your Husband as a Dad

In many of our worlds, it’s Mom Knows Best – and there’s not always a whole lot of room for Dad.

What I’ve Learned in Twenty Years of Marriage

We weren’t ready to get married. That’s true. But our finances were the least of our worries.

Why Wives Must Read the Context of Ephesians 5:22

Let’s put Ephesians 5:22 in context. This passage is all about empowerment for EVERY member of the family.

What Your Husband Really Wants for Father's Day

Skip the tie. Ditch the aftershave. Dump the golf tees. What Dad really would like is a softer, gentler, kinder, move loving wife.

How Your Marriage Can Recover from a Serious Illness or Injury

Caring for a spouse is the most stressful kind of caregiving there is, but God can heal and bless in the midst of pain.

How to Celebrate Sexual Freedom in Your Marriage

Sex is a powerful way for you and your spouse to build closer relationships with God and each other.

What Do Wives Want from Their Husbands?

Wives want quality time, help around the house, leadership, and affection. That’s what the article I read listed, anyway.

5 Ways Small Changes Lead to Big Connections

Fact of the matter is, even small changes can create positive changes. You will have to trust me and trust the process.

  • Dr. David B. Hawkins |
  • May 12, 2014 |
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How to Stop Bullying in Your Marriage

Power struggles happen in marriages where spouses are in pain from negative childhood experiences, such as bullying.

4 Levels of Communication: How Deep Are You?

Communication is the lifeline of relationships. It can be like a window into a person’s soul, if we allow it to be.

Why a Husband Needs His Wife to Play Hard-to-Get

One of the things men like best is the chase. The quest. He’s trying to get to the next level of romantic interplay.

The Unengaged Marriage

Encouragement for those who feel emotionally disconnected from their spouse

6 Steps to Better Relationships

Because we live so closely with other human beings, it becomes very easy to look at their faults through a magnifying glass.

Sharing an Unexpected Easter With Your Loved Ones

How can you impress upon your family a loving Easter surprise?

  • Pam and Bill Farrel |
  • April 07, 2014 |
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How Death Can Bring Life to Your Marriage

“I don’t love you anymore.” I froze, staring at my husband, the man I’d pledged to love, honor, and respect, until death.

How to Experience Spiritual Intimacy in Marriage

Besides dinner, bedtime with children or during church, how often do you and your wife pray together – just the two of you?

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