Marriage is hard, and it's not for the reasons you may think. A trending blog post gets to the heart of the issue.
- January 24, 2014 |
In this fallen world where people can be difficult and situations stressful, it’s often challenging to love others.
Candace Cameron Bure’s recently commented about her decision to live out biblical submission in her 17-year marriage.
Joshua told the people, “Consecrate yourselves, for tomorrow the Lord will do amazing things among you.”
I need to deliberately invest in my marriage just as much as I invest in other areas of my life. And that means goal-setting!
In order to find a lifelong love, you first need to learn how to love God and yourself in ways that will prepare you to date successfully.
I started to notice that every time I pulled into the parking lot of my church, post-separation, I felt sick to my stomach.
Intimacy between lovers happens magically and spontaneously in most romance movies, but what about in real world married life?
If you are in a developing relationship, it is wise to take a quick inventory and see how ready you might be for marriage.
Christian faith has sustained Kay and husband, Phil, through good times and bad, and can do the same for you.
Healing only happens when you both come to the problem with a soft heart. You both must be willing to heal
The truth is whether you’ve been married 1 year or 40, relationships can be really hard.
All families struggle with the extremes holidays bring out of -and on- us! Here’s a few tips to help you navigate the season.
We must cultivate an understanding of what it means to live in light of the verse "I am my beloved's and my beloved is mine."
You don’t have to be married very long before you realize your husband isn’t going to make you happy every day.
Founders of TeamRedeemed.org, talk with iBelieve about how women can find redemption after extramarital affairs.
“Love is what’s in the room with you at Christmas if you stop opening presents and listen.”
When it comes to wedding planning, there is a tendency to focus on planning the wedding, while neglecting to plan the marriage.
First, to paraphrase Beth Moore, “The moment you got married, your husband became God’s will for you.”