Gary Thomas explains that people get married to be accepted, but then pull back from each other. Gary says you have to be transparent with each other if you want to deepen intimacy in your marriage.
Gary Thomas tells husbands and wives if you really want to love your spouse, you have to kill the things in your marriage that irritate your spouse.
The unique, fresh traits that attracted you to your spouse can become tiresome after you are married.
No matter how much effort goes into a garden, it will all be in vain if you don't deal with weeds.The same goes with marriage.
Jerry and Olivia Dugan wanted to stay married but didn’t know how.
Every marriage, no matter how good, needs a plan to combat isolation and to bring about intimacy.
When you face hardships, it helps to know the truth about God’s peace and sovereignty.
I wouldn’t trade our empty nest years for the relationship we had in our youth for anything.
Before she got a divorce, her mother had one task for her to complete.
Should you handle your money any differently now that you're married? Tommy Nelson, pastor of Denton Bible Church, gives couples advice about handling money after marriage.
If your marriage is abusive, what should you do? Author and pastor Justin Holcomb gives some steps to take to devise your own safety plan.
Can domestic abuse be found in Christian homes too? Absolutely, states Pastor Justin Holcomb. A desire for power and control over someone else is at the root of domestic abuse, Justin says.
Domestic abuse is ravaging our homes. Pastor Justin Holcomb defines the meaning of domestic violence and shares a little about his wife's experience growing up with an abusive father.
Submission is one of those often caricatured, rarely understood parts of the Christian life.
Five financial pointers that will benefit any couple.
When your kids leave the home, you are forced to consider your marriage relationship in a new light.
As we've moved through this new season of our lives, we've realized that God has something great planned for our future together.
The older we grow, the more our bodies deteriorate. And that's not necessarily bad.
The blessings that took place in my life after tragedy gave me hope and reminded me that there was someone larger than this life who is in control.
Sometimes the futility of life strikes hard and we're forced to look for the hidden treasures.
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.
Learning to be content with enough.
When you define your identity vertically, you will be able to stand even when the things around you are passing away.
I have been challenged by Kathy Helvey's life and legacy.
If we love our husbands so much, asks speaker Ann Wilson, why do we so often tear them down with our words? Ann encourages women to choose their words wisely.
Women and men are different, right? Ann Wilson punctuates that obvious point with a resounding "YES" as she exhorts wives to use the power of their femininity to build up their husbands.