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Christian Relationships and Marriage Resources

Creating Routine Spontaneity in Your Marriage

On our wedding day, Mr. Routine married Miss Spontaneous, and happily-ever-after was something we had to find...

Staying Whole in a Broken World

Nick and Nancy never really struggled as a couple, until declining finances started a domino effect on their marriage...

Relating to the Emotionally Detached Man

“I’m so frustrated,” Carolyn said, spitting out her words. “Why do I have to be the one to care about our marriage? Doesn’t he care about me at all?”

  • Dr. David B. Hawkins |
  • June 25, 2009 |
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Financial Infidelity Cheats a Marriage Out of Trust

While not all financial infidelity is as serious as $75,000 of secret debt, money secrets between partners can grow into barriers of serious proportion.

Loving Your Spouse with a Whole Heart

No matter how discouraged you may feel, it’s possible to experience love for your spouse. That’s because love comes from God rather than from you.

In Search of Manliness: The Feminized Male

Many women express frustration over a husband who is ill inclined towards leadership at home. What's happening here?

Develop Godly Communication in Your Marriage

There are very few things that can affect a marriage as powerfully as your words...

Transform Your Marriage through the Power of Prayer

While you and your spouse’s own efforts to change may fail, prayer has the power to accomplish what nothing else can...

What Are Your Spouse’s Hot Buttons?

The topics which make his blood boil. The situation which irks her beyond words. What are your spouse’s hot buttons and what's the best way to deal with them?

Change Your Thoughts to Change Your Marriage

Our culture is full of commonly held false assumptions about marriage. You may be carrying around a lot of marriage myths like these in your mind without even realizing it...

Dress to Impress Your Husband

Author Kathi Lipp shares a simple way wives can show love to their husbands year-round...

Learn to Celebrate Your Differences

When you are trying to accept your spouse, try to remember how God responds to us in our weaknesses and failure...

  • Gary and Barbara Rosberg |
  • April 01, 2009 |
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Marital Power Plays

Inevitably, an over-the-top of the roll marries an up-from-the-bottom type person...

Become Your Spouse's Soul Mate

  • David & Lisa Frisbie |
  • March 18, 2009 |
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Speak Your Spouse’s Language

Your husband seems to say one thing yet do another. Your wife seems to expect you to read her mind. Learn to effectively communicate with tips from Gary Chapman's recent book Now You're Speaking My Language...

Loving Your Spouse's God-Given Personality

While roughly 80% of people in the USA marry someone who is similar to them in ethnicity, age (within 5 years), physical attractiveness, socio-economic status, and values, a large number of people marry someone dissimilar to themselves in personality or temperament...

Life with Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde: The Verbally Abusive Marriage

You might think it could never happen in a Christian home. Yet, verbal abuse occurs frequently and Christian homes are no exception...

  • Dr. David Hawkins |
  • February 27, 2009 |
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Room for One More? Surrendering Your Family Size to God

Their decision to have only one child seemed wise at first. But as the years slipped by, Whitney and her husband Russ sensed something wasn't quite right...

  • Whitney Von Lake Hopler |
  • February 20, 2009 |
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Military Spouses Keep the Faith

In many ways, they are just as courageous and heroic. Not because they are sent to distant lands to answer the call for freedom and democracy, but because they remain home as the rock of a family, maintaining a steady course on all the daily challenges of life...

Encouraging Spiritual Growth in Your Marriage

A marriage is really a relationship of three: God, your spouse, and you. When your spouse’s spiritual connection isn’t in place, your entire relationship suffers.

  • Dr. Gary and Barb Rosberg |
  • January 30, 2009 |
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