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Alone at Heart: Looking to Fill the Void

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?

  • Cindi McMenamin |
  • September 14, 2012 |
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Moments for Mom: My Responsibility

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.

  • Elisabeth Klein |
  • September 14, 2012 |
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Top Priority: Remembering Your Spouse

I pray that we are modeling for our children how important it is to nurture the marriage relationship, second only to God.

  • Cheri Swalwell |
  • September 07, 2012 |
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Where Did Prince Charming Go?

Storybook romances for the middle aged did not exist. Who was I kidding? God, help me remember why I’m still married to this man.

Marriage Under Fire

There’s an old line that goes, "It’s like saying you want to marry someone, but still date around." Who would think of marrying someone, and then act as if it was okay to date? It was an easy point to get. Not anymore.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • September 07, 2012 |
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Rewards of Marriage: Fresh Cut Grass and Laundry

Isn't marriage a lot like laundry and mowing the lawn? But only one gives an instant return while the other never seems to give a return at all.

How to Fall in Love

Follow these steps and find a romantic partner if you’re single, keep love fresh if you’re married, or bring back love you’ve lost for your spouse.

Ghost Whispers: When Past Relationships Haunt You

Having a ghost from marriage (or childhood) past is not uncommon. It’s part of our nature to carry some bruises from the past.

Step-Money: Getting to the Heart of the Matter

When the challenges of money management are combined with the complications of stepfamily living, money issues can be volatile.

How to Make Your Mid-life Dynamite

Midlife by its very nature is a lot like dynamite: it is a powerful force for either great good or great harm

  • Pam and Bill Farrel |
  • August 17, 2012 |
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Nutrition: A Hill to Die On

The difficulties of being a Step-mom are many. What's worth fighting for, and when is it OK to give in?

  • Laura Petherbridge |
  • August 10, 2012 |
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The Danger of Mediocrity

Up to 60 percent of divorces in the United States stem from “low-conflict” marriage...why?

How to Enjoy a Lifelong Love Affair with Your Spouse

You can have a lifelong love affair with your spouse if you follow God’s principles for healing your relationship and rekindling the romance between you.

Adding Significance to Your Marriage

What does being intentional with marital rituals look like?

The Boss of the House

Dear Roger, Is the Bible's teaching on husbands as the "head of the house" still relevant today?

  • Dr. Roger Barrier |
  • August 03, 2012 |
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God's Plan For Marriage: Dealing With Old Testament Polygamy

Didn't God in the Old Testament allow for polygamy? How can marriage be only a man and a woman?

  • Gregory Alan Thornbury |
  • August 03, 2012 |
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Dealing with a Difficult Ex-Spouse: 10 Tips to Help You Cope

Dealing with a difficult ex-spouse can be very discouraging and defeating. Yet, we are called to continue trying to “turn the other cheek”

The Fifty-Fifty Conundrum

“Marriage is not fifty-fifty,” I heard Dr. Phil announce on national television. “It’s one-hundred and one-hundred.”

Spaghetti Squash: Marriage Lessons from the Vegetable Patch

I want to have the kind of marriage where my husband and I are so closely intertwined that people can’t tell the difference between his roots and my vines.

How To Stop Your Divorce

You cannot change your spouse. The only person you can change is you.

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