Dr. Robert Lewis, founder and pastor of Fellowship Bible Church, encourages men to boldly lead their families. Find out the three best things a man can do to fill the leadership role at home.
Jim and Penny Nally's barn was once a sore spot in their troubled marriage, but now is a place of hope.
Are roles in marriage really necessary? Dr. Robert Lewis lists the various symptoms that result when marital roles are non-existent or poorly defined.
Being a husband and father isn't easy. It often requires that you do the hard thing. Rod Hairston his wife Sheri, tell what they are doing to raise the next generation to know and love the Lord.
Rod and Sheri Hairston talk about a man's assignment to love and care for his family, especially when it comes to helping his children navigate relationships with the opposite sex.
Pastor Rod Hairston and his wife, Sheri, tell how a man "covers" his wife emotionally, financially, and spiritually.
Carl Wilson reminisces about the end of his career as a Navy pilot, how he came to faith, and how he came to meet Sara Jo, the woman with whom he has shared life and ministry for 66 years.
Dennis Rainey recalls his friend Carl Wilson's advice to him 40 years ago when Carl advised him to read the Word and pray with Barbara every night, a suggestion Dennis took to heart.
Clarence Shuler talks about his courtship with his wife. Clarence encourages singles to enter a relationship with eyes open and hearts guarded until they know for sure that they've found the one.
Are you intoxicated with romance? Clarence Shuler admits that he was too, at one time. But as relationship after relationship took a nosedive, Clarence wondered if he'd ever get married.
Why is God so often absent from our ceremonies, except as a token prayer or Scripture reading?
Dan Chun reminisces about his own failed marriage, and tells how he approached love and marriage differently the second time around.
An unexpected trial in the early years of one marriage.
Pastor Dan Chun encourages singles to closely observe the person they're dating and invites them to ask some key questions. Once infatuated, it's hard to judge a person's character accurately.
Christian recording artist Matt Hammitt, the lead singer of Sanctus Real, talksabout the moment his wife told him what she honestly needed from him.
Pastor Matt Chandler talks to men about the responsibilities they bear as fathers.
Hear a message by Matt Chandler, pastor of the The Village Church in Highland Village, TX, on what it means to be a man who initiates, nourishes, and cherishes his wife.
Gerald Hiestand and Jay Thomas say too many people use dating relationships to justify their sexual activity. Instead, they encourage singles to establish dating friendships.
Pastors Gerald Hiestand and Jay Thomas share a biblical theology of dating aimed at persuading a new generation of Christians to get serious about honoring Christ with their sexuality.
Paul Miller teaches about love from the Book of Ruth. Ruth goes the distance to care for Naomi, and that's what we must do if we are to love like Christ does.
We must embrace Christ in His suffering. Best-selling author and father of six, Paul Miller, is joined by his autistic daughter, Kim, as he talks about joining into Christ's fellowship of suffering.
Paul Miller opens up the Book of Ruth to illustrate the meaning of hesed love, a steadfast kind of love and commitment that knows no exit strategy.
Mother-daughter team Catherine Strode Parks and Linda Strode encourages couples to be intentional about their marriages, beginning with the wedding.
How we answered these questions set the direction and foundation for our married life.
Catherine Strode Parks and her mother, Linda Strode, talk about the Christ-centered wedding - a wedding that reflects the gospel to all in attendance.
Is life running you ragged? Author Crystal Paine recalls a financially stressful season in the life of her family that God worked for good and ultimately prodded her to launch her website.
Husband and wife team Tim and Joy Downs tell how differences in priorities, structure, and even the way we make decisions challenges husbands and wives to understand and love each other.
Opposites attract, but later they attack. Those are the thoughts of award-winning authors Tim and Joy Downs as they discuss how different obligations and expectations can stir up conflict in marriage.
Tim and Joy Downs laugh as they recall their differences and remind couples that God can use those "very different characteristics" in your spouse to mold and shape you in a beautiful way.
Barbara Rainey encourages women to raise their vision and discover God's third essential calling on their lives--being women who are world-changers.