Besides dinner, bedtime with children or during church, how often do you and your wife pray together – just the two of you?
No matter how messy your marriage is, it can significantly improve in 10 days if you dedicate yourself to changing the environment.
There is help. There is healing. There is hope. There is a community. If you are ready, the next step is waiting.
"Anyone who belongs to Christ has become a new person. The old life is gone; a new life has begun!”
Amy Clipston shares her marital and financial struggles, and how a mutual organ donation saved two families from losing a parent.
Singles and marrieds alike tend to put false hope in a relationship that was never intended to fulfill them.
Sam Ingrassia encourages spouses to pray through the word of God with each other to strengthen their marriage.
Through all of our hurdles and struggles, we have had to learn how to keep communicating with each other. We often fail.
While God says he will give us our heart’s desire, he also tells us that we have to WAIT patiently for him to act.
You have a deep down desire to be the best wife, the best lover, the best friend for life, that a husband could ever discover.
I remember the first fight James and I had as newlyweds. More importantly, I remember how we resolved it.
As is often the case, one broken part of a marriage ripples out. James had been unfaithful twice in their twenty-five marriage.
What is the best thing you can do for your husband? Love him. Love him. Love him.
Love grows in those moments we "steal away" from the rest of the world. Here's a few ideas to get you started.
You have experienced incredible pain. It is all right to feel sad, devastated even. But despondency does not last forever.
I believe there are seven words that, if applied to our marriages, have the power to revitalize our marriages tremendously.
The truth is that marriage can’t make anyone happy, but happy people can make their marriages happy.
I know that there is no pain like the pain of a love-relationship ending. I’ve had it happen five times, three with the same man.
I have seen great power in “sistering” to help one another learn to love our husband better, stronger and more faithfully.
- February 12, 2014 |