Military personnel marry, divorce, and remarry more frequently than civilians do. Todd Gangl talks with Ron Deal about the added stressors military stepfamilies experience and how you can create a culture that gives everyone the opportunity to bond.
Dale Kreienkamp talks about the realities of being unemployed. His wife, Deb, shares what she felt as she watched her husband struggle and tells what she did to support him in this uncertain season.
Dale Kreienkamp talks about the variety of emotions a person feels after being laid off. He reminds those who are unemployed that it's going to be okay, but it will be hard, with emotional highs and lows. Ultimately, you'll see God's hand of provision in your life.
Does God have instructions for grandparents? Mary Larmoyeux, Nancy Downing, Josh Mulvihill, and Anne Dierks share scriptural examples and practical tips for being godly, intentional grandparents.
Retired police officer Adam Davis says police work takes a toll on a marriage. The stress of the job hardened Adam's heart and made him want to protect his family so badly that he quit communicating altogether.
When infertility closed the door, Heather DeJesus Yates still trusted God with her dreams. Through a little plant, she realized that she could still live a fruitful life investing in the next generation.
Ryan and Selena Frederick, authors of the book "See Through Marriage," join Dave and Ann Wilson and Bob Lepine to discuss the importance of openness and honesty in the area of sex within marriage.
Ryan and Selena Frederick discuss transparency in marriage. Ryan explains the career and parenting sacrifices he and Selena have made to pursue a marriage where they are "fully known and fully loved."
Ryan and Selena Frederick talk about the freedom in a marriage where both spouses are fully known and fully loved. Ryan and Selena also explain the difference between "keeping" peace and "making" peace.
Do you and your spouse fight about money? How do you stack up to other couples in this area? Jeff and Shaunti Feldhahn share discoveries from their research and reveal the gender trends behind it all.
Jeff Feldhahn is frugal with money, but his wife Shaunti has no problem spending freely. Dave and Ann Wilson share this same dynamic. Listen as these couples unpack both sides of this equation with real-life marriage examples.
Jeff and Shaunti Feldhahn talk about why couples so often fight about money in marriage. The Feldhahns shed light on this and explain why just having conversations about money is the most stressful part.
Gathered from FamilyLife's Love Like You Mean It cruise, Shaunti and Jeff Feldhahn and Brian Goins answer a variety of questions from husbands--like, "Why does she ask for my opinion, then do her own thing?" "Why does she pick on my tone of voice?" "Why doesn't she say what she means?"
Trying to figure out why your wife expects you to know what she's thinking? Brian, Shaunti, and guest Jim Mitchell explore how to uncover what's whirring beneath the surface in a way that makes your wife feel known--and significantly improve your relationship.
Ever wonder if you're any good as a husband? Does conflict with your wife leave you feeling outwitted or inferior? Listen to Brian, Jen, and Shaunti dive into the validating differences between men and women.
If you don't know how to handle your wife's tears, you're in good company. You're not the only husband who's paralyzed by his wife's emotions. But what if you saw them as a way to understand her better? Listen to the insights Brian, Jen, and Shaunti offer!
Not many couples want to pattern their marriage after the book of Job. But Jeff and Sarah Walton, hit time and again with heart-crushing circumstances, began to find great comfort and wisdom in those pages.