In this fast-food era of delivery and speedy drive-through meals, we often sacrifice nutrition for convenience, even in marriage.
Thanks to blind spots and denial, all of us are prone to miss things that need fixing in our married relationships.
I don't know you, but your wife emailed me today looking for help and advice.
Women are 'suitable helpers,' and the Hebrew word for helper has no connotation of subordination; it’s also used to refer to God.
Pam Farrel speaks to Crosswalk about the keys to unlocking the deepest needs of your spouse as outlined in her new book.
God has a greater purpose for my pain, one that's not always obvious to me. God uses my difficulties for my good and his glory.
Are you anxious to be heard? Most would answer ‘yes’ to that questions.
Marriage won’t save you from your problems. You’ll still need other people to stand with you and promise to catch you.
In Smith’s article, he shares misguided thoughts common to Christians dealing with divorce, or watching it from the outside.
Here are five of the lessons that have been both the most challenging and also life-giving in our relationship.
Imagine a job, without pay, where you had to be on-call twenty-four hours a day and every part of your life was under scrutiny.
See more advice from Nicole Unice at iBelieve.com
Things get completely out of control when there are no rules in a fight. It’s the same in marriage.
Some days I look around and can’t help but think that I don’t measure up. Don’t we all?
'Thinking errors’ interrupt our ability to take responsibility. Judge for yourself how you see them impacting your relationships.
Dr. David Hawkins talks about how we can understand marital conflict and work to eliminate harsh words and power struggles.
With another wedding season in full swing, many brides-to-be are looking for a little advice. DON'T do these things!
Russell Moore has spent much of his first year at the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission writing blog posts on Christian sexual ethics.
Be honest with yourself. What is the true state of your marriage? Is there unfaithfulness, lying, addiction or abuse?
- August 15, 2014 |