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 |
“My husband has left me,” she said, crying. “I don’t know what to do.” “Tell me what has happened,” I said.
- February 12, 2014 |
If you're frustrated with your husband or just want to draw his heart closer to yours, I have a strategy that I've seen work over and over.
Did you know Saint Valentine encouraged couples to look outward to how their marriages could contribute to the world?
I remember how angry I was, even at God. I had married the man he told me to marry, so why was I experiencing this pain?
If marriage is what we say it is, why does its foundation seem so cracked? How do we explain the brokenness and divorce rates?
There is no auto-pilot for love. Flirt. Kiss. Hug. Never stop creating and you will never stop loving.
As a single mom in my thirties, I am admittedly walking through singleness during a time in my life that I never thought I would be.
Connecting spiritually with your spouse can be challenging, with so many other pursuits vying for attention in your busy schedules.
How can Christians respond wisely to homosexuality and same-sex marriage, issues that oppose God's design for healthy sex?