In the midst of hectic mornings and busy nights, does your husband feel more like a stranger than a spouse?
- April 05, 2013 |
When you and your spouse vowed to one another to love, honor and cherish, a new parenting team was created.
- April 05, 2013 |
Forgiving freely is a critical element in loving your spouse. Here's a simple way to bring the blessings of God's forgiveness to your marriage this Easter.
Gary Thomas and Drs. Steve & Rebecca Wilke take couples through a journey to find out whether they are ready to get married.
Marriage is given to humanity by God as an expression and picture of His love for His people. Satan wants to tear this image down.
They became the parents of John the Baptist - but their story is full of ups and down. What can couples learn from them?
Transitioning from single to married requires a change of mindset that often produces bitter disappointments.
I recently found out that he has been cheating on me the entire time with several different women...
Get the perspective from a married and a single on how to maintain friendships across lifestyles and seasons!
You don’t have to feel alone in your marriage anymore. You can be a woman who inspires your husband.
Think remarriage is only hard when the kids are young? Think again!
Before the drain of daily duties entered your marriage, did you have a vision of purpose in your relationship?
"My husband and I were married just over three years ago. For the first several years we went to church together regularly..."
Sadly, although we have reminder stickers for our cars, many couples forget about “routine maintenance” for their marriage.
Dealing with frequent business travel in our marriage has motivated us to turn to God for help keeping our marriage strong.
If you both decide to open your hearts, God’s love will flow through them, empowering you all to develop a strong marriage.
Managing the fires of conflict and igniting controlled burns requires skill and knowledge of what creates the "fire" in the first place.
What makes a marriage flourish? First, build your foundation on Christ. Then what follows will have solid support.
What is enabling? What is intervention? What can save -or destroy- your marriage?