Dear Roger, Is the Bible's teaching on husbands as the "head of the house" still relevant today?
- August 03, 2012 |
Didn't God in the Old Testament allow for polygamy? How can marriage be only a man and a woman?
- August 03, 2012 |
Dealing with a difficult ex-spouse can be very discouraging and defeating. Yet, we are called to continue trying to “turn the other cheek”
“Marriage is not fifty-fifty,” I heard Dr. Phil announce on national television. “It’s one-hundred and one-hundred.”
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.
You cannot change your spouse. The only person you can change is you.
One year after my wife’s accident, her neurologist mentioned a shocking statistic: over 80% of marriages where a spouse has a head injury end in divorce.
God expects us to keep our promises. Have eyes only for each other. Reassure your spouse and cherish the vows you made at the altar.
In each circumstance, every interaction - we all can choose whether we are going to consider others’ feelings or win at all costs.
People automatically assume that a couple married for that long would stick it out until one of them dies. But the trend has been changing for some time.
Did you start off your marriage really knowing which way to go?
Ephesians chapter five isn’t only about marriage. In fact, it’s actually about the Church and being “imitators of God.”
In reality beyond taxes and death there are no real 100% guarantees in this life. But there are some principles that, when applied, can make sure your marriage is moving in the direction of long-term, unbreakable commitment.
When a romantic partner breaks up with you, the heartache can be so strong that it feels like it will never end.
It has been said that we cannot be fully aware or appreciative of others unless we are first aware and appreciative of ourselves.
While there are many ways couples make ministering together flow seamlessly, there are some foundational elements we can observe and emulate, making it practical to our daily lives.
It must be intimidating to write a book on marriage. To rise above such a crowded field a book needs to offer something different, something unique. Tim and Kathy Keller have jumped into the fray with their book The Meaning of Marriage and the distinguishing feature of their book is a deep gospel-centeredness.
The good news is that your close relationships don’t have to be painful. If you’re willing to change destructive relationship patterns in your life, God will help you break free from them and enjoy healthy relationships.