God promises a good outcome if you dig your roots deep: “You have planted them, and they have taken root; they grow and bear fruit.”
- October 26, 2012 |
Although it’s counter-intuitive, what Russ and I found was that spending time apart led us closer together.
It’s possible to enjoy your hobbies without losing sight of what matters most in life. Here’s how you can stop your hobbies from overtaking your life, and start enjoying the life God wants for you.
Left to itself, grief will make you bitter. But with God’s help and comfort you will become better. It’s your choice.
Cohabitating couples are 30 to 50 percent less likely to have successful marriages, statistics show.
There are four actions you can regularly implement in your life to get you back into love and closeness in your marriage.
Re-adapting to the dating world doesn't have to be excruciating. If timed properly, and prepared for, it can be a fascinating season in life.
"By the grace of God, our honeymoon stage was short lived."
When dinner is overcooked because he is late coming home from work, my anger is quickly assuaged by the remembrance of his morning faithfulness.
Marriage expert Joe Beam offers five considerations for deciding whether to try and reconcile with an unfaithful spouse.
What did Peter by women being “weaker vessels” – was he saying that women were morally weaker? Emotionally weaker?
One of the most consistent questions I get is, “How do I get my spouse to join me in working on the money?”
If you fear that marriage will put your wealth at risk, perhaps your money means more to you than your future spouse.
Focusing too much on marriage can distract you from Jesus’ greater call on your life: to learn how to wholeheartedly love God and other people.
By answering the following questions, you can quickly assess how you are doing in the marital satisfaction department.
After remarriage, half of couples struggle to find enough leisure time together. They are missing the fun-factor.
In marriage, we have many options before us: What will the tone of our marriage be? We will make room for each other's hobbies?
Married or single, we all, at one time or another, feel alone at heart. How can we sort through the myths and commit ourselves to God?
While it is OK to deal with my feelings, I must remember that it is not my children’s responsibility to know my every thought and sadness.