Based on personal observation and experience working with married couples, here are the 7 greatest needs of a husband.
- June 27, 2014 |
The opening of Tyler Ward’s latest post is one many couples can probably relate to.
- June 27, 2014 |
Let’s put Ephesians 5:22 in context. This passage is all about empowerment for EVERY member of the family.
The Lord intended your marriage to be a source of joy, but for all too many couples, marriage has become a lifeless partnership
I pray for my ex-husband. I pray for his relationship with our children. And I pray for my kids.
Skip the tie. Ditch the aftershave. Dump the golf tees. What Dad really would like is a softer, gentler, kinder, move loving wife.
Celebrating your husband doesn't have to be extravagant. The truth is, a few affirming words can go far.
For Father’s Day, plan a “Yes, Dear” date. Create a “Yes!” atmosphere by doing a few things you might normally say no to.
The woman I share a bathroom sink with today is not the woman I married. And I’m glad.
Caring for a spouse is the most stressful kind of caregiving there is, but God can heal and bless in the midst of pain.
So many marriages hit bumps along the way or fizzle altogether when people allow in “the little foxes that ruin the vineyards."
Sex is a powerful way for you and your spouse to build closer relationships with God and each other.
Everyone has a guilty pleasure, that little vice we like to indulge in our day-to-day lives. For most men, it’s a woman.
Why do cheaters cheat? Ultimately it comes down to pride. That, and they start believing their own lies.
Wives want quality time, help around the house, leadership, and affection. That’s what the article I read listed, anyway.
In roughly one-quarter of married U.S. couples, the wife earns more than her husband, up from just 6 percent in 1960.
“People tell me I should divorce her. Forget her. Find someone else. But she wants to make our marriage work."
Fact of the matter is, even small changes can create positive changes. You will have to trust me and trust the process.
“So…are you engaged yet?" My ears perked up. This should be an interesting conversation (yes, I confess I am an eavesdropper).