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Is This Worth Complaining About?

  • Sandra P. Aldrich |
  • November 12, 2010 |
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Spouses Must Celebrate Differences

Husbands and wives have differences that spring from their gender, as well as from their family backgrounds, their personalities and their life experiences - all of which God has pronounced to be good.

Are You Grateful for God?

I have a happy marriage and three terrific sons who are smart, capable, giving citizens. But these aren’t the reasons I believe in Jesus.

  • Pam and Bill Farrel |
  • October 27, 2010 |
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How to Share the Work and Joy of Your Household

If family members don't share the work fairly, unnecessary stress will result and destroy the healthy family life God wants them to enjoy. Here's how you can share the work and joy of your household...

In Today's Economy, No Dough Means No Marriage

Working-class couples still value marriage highly, but with their paychecks shrinking, they don't think they have enough money to make a marriage work.

Navigating Change with Your Spouse

Change can be tough to navigate, but it is possible to merge victorious from the storms of life. I know, I saw God do it for Bill and me...

  • Bill and Pam Farrel |
  • September 21, 2010 |
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Expectation vs. Reality: Straight Talk on Marital Redemption with Paul David Tripp

In What Did You Expect? Redeeming the Realities of Marriage, Paul Tripp honestly squares off with a real problem in every marriage. But he also offers real hope. Read our interview here.

Use the Power of One to Improve a Marriage of Two

Shifting your focus from how you want your spouse to change to how you can change is a great act of love that has the power to transform your marriage, no matter what your spouse does.

  • Whitney Hopler |
  • September 14, 2010 |
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Marriage: More than Mundane

Everything we do boils down to ensuring that our lives don't dishonor God's Word and ultimately His name.

  • Eric and April Motl |
  • September 08, 2010 |
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Marriage is Not a Fairy Tale

As I was growing up, I read all the fairy-tale stories like Sleeping Beauty, hoping to one day meet my prince and live happily ever after. Unfortunately, most fairy tales give us an unrealistic picture of what our life with the prince will be like.

Are You Too Busy?

How do you figure out how busy you should be as couple? It begins with finding your pace as individuals...

  • Bill and Pam Farrel |
  • August 09, 2010 |
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Christians Reexamine Morality of Birth Control

Is contraception a sin? The very suggestion made Bryan Hodge and his classmates at Chicago's Moody Bible Institute laugh. Then Hodge started to think about it.

The Headship God Supports

When a husband allows God to lead him, and when his heart is open to God and His purposes, then his headship receives God's support.

When Nightmares Come True: Facing Miscarriage and Keeping Your Faith

A dozen reminders of my loss assaulted me - a congratulations card on my desk, a baby name book on the coffee table...

Honoring My Wife... and Stressed Out

A reader asks 48Days.com founder, Dan Miller, if he should stick with the job that makes him miserable at his wife's request.

Surviving a Struggle for Identity

Why are we so consumed with trying to "find" ourselves? Is there really a piece of us missing out there that we must find? Cindi McMenamin, author of Women on the Edge, shares ways you (and your marriage) can survive an identity crisis.

The Paradox of Declining Female Happiness

In the sixties, American women reported themselves happier, on average, than did men. Today, that statistic has reversed. Why are women more unhappy?

I Need a Teammate, Not a Cell Mate

Some have resigned themselves to the idea that marriage is indeed an institution, and they feel like they have received a "life sentence." In order husbands and wives to regain special freedom to be colaborers, the shackles of mistreatment that one places on the other need to fall away from their hearts. Here's how.

  • Steve and Annie Chapman |
  • June 07, 2010 |
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Doin' What Comes Naturally?

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