Even after more than 40 years together, our need to forgive each other is as fresh as it was on our wedding day.
I believe a negative attitude about sex wages war against Christian marriages.
Three steps for experiencing healing and growing in maturity.
Dealing with a large weight gain in your spouse.
Communication is the key to making intimacy thrive.
It doesn't require much money to revitalize the spark of romance in marriage. What you do need is the commitment to do it.
For romance to deepen, here is a truth that should be emblazoned on the heart of every husband.
Ten creative ways to add some sugar and spice to your marriage.
The bedroom should be a place where love and romance are cultivated, encouraged, and celebrated. And yet it is often treated as a storeroom for clutter.
This spring, why not bring back to life the buds of romance you once enjoyed? These ideas can help you make romance come alive in the season of new birth.
Twenty-five suggestions for non-sexual touching.
Marriage is designed to meet the need for intimacy and love. Perhaps deep inside a hurting couple is an invisible "emotional love tank" with its gauge on empty.
My husband knew me—dark and light—and he loved me anyway.
Words don't cost anything, and yet when used the right way they are priceless ... truly a gift of the heart.
Bitterness often costs us more than forgiving would, even if forgiving doesn't seem fair.
Your sexual relationship can be an oasis for the two of you in marriage. These ideas can help relief from routine and a refuge from stress.
Whether it’s bad breath, a headache, or hot flashes, something often gets in the way of sex. Here are some ways to overcome roadblocks to intimacy in your marriage.
Forgiveness is the key to getting rid of the nasty emotions churning inside you.
My husband could not ignore the fact that I had an affair, but he chose to let go of my offense. Then I had to learn how to receive it.
It didn't take long for me to realize my spouse would fail. It gave me the opportunity to practice what I preached.
Kirk and Chelsea Cameron describe what has made their “Hollywood marriage” work.
Thinking about forgiveness in terms of four basic decisions helps us forgive others the way God forgives us.
As Christians, we can excuse the unforgivable in others because God has excused the unforgivable in us.
After one of my messages, a man told me about the turning point in his marriage relationship.
A good marriage isn't something you find; it's something you make. And you have to keep on making it.
Gary Thomas, author of "A Lifelong Love," encourages every couple to discover their magnificient obsession-something they love to do for the glory of God.
Gary Thomas explains that he got married to be loved and have his needs met. However, after 20-plus years of marriage, Gary realizes that his greatest need isn't to be loved, but to learn how to love.
Gary Thomas explores God's purpose for marriage and explains how the best marriages are those steeped in worship.
Kirk Cameron shares three principles for marital oneness from 1 Peter.
One key to a successful marriage is forgiveness. Chelsea Cameron explains the biblical imperative to forgive.