Acting like my husband’s mother was something I never thought I’d struggle with. But I do. Have you seen the signs?
God brought the two of you together, and each of you will have strengths to offer and weaknesses to overcome.
A new survey found most Protestant senior pastors seldom address domestic violence from the pulpit.
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.
By valuing the Bible more than bridal magazines, believers can make their special day more than an elegant party.
A strong marriage is the foundation for building a strong stepfamily; if your marriage is weak, your stepfamily will fall apart.
This small Bible passage reveals a big way we can nurture and safeguard the love in our marriages...
Is your time on social media ruining your marriage? Here's how to safeguard against hidden adultery against our spouse and God.
Fewer and fewer low-income Americans choose marriage, and the impact is devastating. How can we stop the decline?
In many of our worlds, it’s Mom Knows Best – and there’s not always a whole lot of room for Dad.
“He who is slow to anger is better than the mighty and he who controls his spirit than he who takes a city” (Proverbs 16:32).
We weren’t ready to get married. That’s true. But our finances were the least of our worries.
Based on personal observation and experience working with married couples, here are the 7 greatest needs of a husband.
The opening of Tyler Ward’s latest post is one many couples can probably relate to.
Let’s put Ephesians 5:22 in context. This passage is all about empowerment for EVERY member of the family.
The Lord intended your marriage to be a source of joy, but for all too many couples, marriage has become a lifeless partnership
I pray for my ex-husband. I pray for his relationship with our children. And I pray for my kids.
Skip the tie. Ditch the aftershave. Dump the golf tees. What Dad really would like is a softer, gentler, kinder, move loving wife.
- June 13, 2014 |