Your remarriage can survive – and thrive – if you ask God to help you start your new marriage on a strong foundation.
To avoid money problems early in your marriage, start working out NOW how you’ll handle the finances as a couple.
So stop worrying about the arguments between you and your spouse and start making conflict work for you rather than against you.
Part 2 in a series on how to handle conflict with love and wisdom.
What does real leadership and love look like? Read more for a heartwarming story of a selfless husband.
Dinesh D'Souza, co-producer of ‘2016: Obama's America,’ spurs this question with his own personal controversy.
Justin Buzzard encourages men to dream bigger and get a fresh vision for their marriages.
Skills like communication, kindness, and servanthood are just a few of the building blocks for a loving marriage.
It’s perfectly normal for children in a stepfamily to refuse to accept stepbrothers and stepsisters as their own siblings.
If you’re willing to turn your marriage upside down by taking a fresh approach, you can open your marriage up to powerful transformation.
You know your wife better than anyone else. Only you know how to best cultivate and guard the woman God has given you.
"Does counseling really help, or is it possible that counseling actually makes matters worse at times? We need something different."
What is a wife to do when she's in a difficult marriage with an unloving husband? Is "wives, respect your husbands" conditional?
When friendship fades, irritability comes. We find ourselves feeling a sense of sadness about the love that is covered with obligation.
God promises a good outcome if you dig your roots deep: “You have planted them, and they have taken root; they grow and bear fruit.”
Although it’s counter-intuitive, what Russ and I found was that spending time apart led us closer together.
It’s possible to enjoy your hobbies without losing sight of what matters most in life. Here’s how you can stop your hobbies from overtaking your life, and start enjoying the life God wants for you.
Left to itself, grief will make you bitter. But with God’s help and comfort you will become better. It’s your choice.
Cohabitating couples are 30 to 50 percent less likely to have successful marriages, statistics show.
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