Growing up, Courtney Reissig believed she could do anything boys could do and tried her hardest to prove it. Courtney tells how God gradually changed her heart.
The result of obeying God and forgiving your spouse is not bondage, but freedom.
A radio listener tells how God used the radio to get her attention.
Have you entered a covenant with someone? If you're married, you have. Author and host of "Truth for Life," Alistair Begg, talks about the beauty and importance of the marriage vows.
What were you really saying when you vowed to love "until death do us part"? Author and pastor Alistair Begg talks about the solemnity of the marriage vows.
Want to improve the intimacy in your marriage? Ron Deal explains that while sex isn't everything in a marriage, it's also not nothing. Hear Ron explain a biblical perspective on sexual intimacy.
Most men are not necessarily unwilling to meet their wife's needs; they simply are unaware of what those needs really are.
Baucham... that's a German name, but Voddie Baucham and his wife, Bridget, are of African descent. So how does an American pastor of African descent with a German last name end up in Ghana, West Africa?
If your vision of missionary work involves travel to a distant land, Voddie Baucham says you may not grasp how encompassing mission really is. He says to learn to live your marriage as mission, here and now.
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.
Dave Wilson, a pastor and the chaplain for the Detroit Lions, shares two more points of authentic manhood as he challenges men to be strong and courageous.
Dave Wilson admits he's as messed up as the next guy. The only difference is Jesus and the courage Dave finds in following God's instruction for men to be strong and courageous.
This topical list will guide you to praying for your wife in every area of her life.
It's very difficult to ask God to forgive those who hurt us, especially when the hurt runs deep.
Whatever you mean by the statement, it doesn't cut it with husbands in the truth department.
Here is some advice that can help you navigate these waters successfully, including a few good lines that always work.
Two ways husbands can leave their wives needing more.
It’s the underside of marriage, the reality of living with someone day in and day out in a fallen world. We need to see ourselves as we really are.
Valuing your wife above everything.
When my husband surprises me with a night out, he shows me that he has a sincere desire for me to have some time to myself. And that makes my heart soar.
If you want to pray significantly for your wife, stay tuned to her needs.
If you want to understand and love your wife, here are some things you should never do.
How do you love your wife as Christ loves the church? For husbands, this involves understanding what Christ does for us, thinks of us, and becomes for us.
After 25 years, I can see a few things I should never have done (and sometimes still do).
These five suggestions are not for the weak of heart.
A challenge for men to become the sacrificial lovers and servant-leaders of their families.
Husband's don't need to 'fix' the problem, just show that they care.
We talk about how important marriage and family is, but where are we directing our emotional energy each day?
Why is it that some men can initiate great tasks and conquer overwhelming obstacles at work and remain so passive in relationships or in leading at home?