Your baby has graduated, leaving you an empty nester. But how do you grow your relationship with them while encouraging their independence?
I’ve always thought there was some marital finish line protecting your marriage on the other side. But few people warn you about gray divorce.
How could we possibly think retirement, changing health, and decline ahead wouldn't have surprises and challenges like our 40+ years of marriage?
I wouldn’t trade our empty nest years for the relationship we had in our youth for anything.
As we've moved through this new season of our lives, we've realized that God has something great planned for our future together.
When your kids leave the home, you are forced to consider your marriage relationship in a new light.
Too many men over 55 think their best days are behind them. It’s time to resurrect the noble mantle of “patriarch.”
I learned more than rhythm while taking dancing lessons with my husband.
Part of our passion is encouraging couples to determine how God can use them after their children leave the nest.
Adjusting to a new reality can be an especially difficult task.
A couple can either move toward the death of their relationship, or look forward to what this new season of marriage has to offer.
When you define your identity vertically, you will be able to stand even when the things around you are passing away.
The older we grow, the more our bodies deteriorate. And that's not necessarily bad.