Dennis Rainey and various guests talk about some of the most romantic moments of their lives.
If you're willing to wade into the deep waters, God will help you put the pieces of your broken relationship back together. You can survive—and even thrive.
Author and blogger Sheila Wray Gregoire shares what she's learned about conflict resolution in over 20 years of marriage.
Sheila Gregoire, author of "9 Thoughts That Can Change Your Marriage," reflects on her early years of marriage. After she decided to change her way of thinking, her marriage began to improve.
Sometimes marriage expectations collide head on with reality. Brian Goins and his wife, Jen, tell couples how to get their expectations in the bedroom down to reality.
We all enter marriage with great expectations, especially about sex. Author Brian Goins and his wife, Jen, reflect on what their "sexpectations" were before and after getting married.
It's easy to allow unrealistic or harmful expectations about sex to run rampant through my mind. When that happens I need to stop and ask a few questions.
Renewing romance in your marriage means taking the time to work on your relationship. Epress love to your husband like you want him to express it to you.
The most meaningful of love letters are simply true, humble expressions of the heart. Learn about the elements of a love letter and things to avoid.
Jennifer Smith talks about her first years of marriage and the difficulty she and her husband, Aaron, had consummating the marriage. When they finally shared their struggles with close friends, healing slowly came.
Jennifer Smith remembers her joyous wedding day. She had no idea that just hours after saying "I do," her hopes and dreams for a romantic honeymoon would be challenged.
She married for love. So why did she feel so hopeless? Jennifer Smith,recalls the day she met her future husband, Aaron. Little did she know that storm clouds were not far behind.
Believe it or not, these small changes can amplify your feelings of love without mood lighting or lingerie.
These movies fall somewhere in between 'chick flicks' and 'man movies,' with strong romance to please wives, and enough other elements to attract husbands.
In this on-the-go, always-plugged-in culture, our lives are hectic and our schedules are packed. Here are some ideas to improve intimacy in your marriage.
For mothers, parenting children can be an enemy of romance. Check out these practical tips for reining in a busy lifestyle.
Is something putting a damper on your sex life lately? Dan Allender takes us to the "little foxes" that can ruin the marital vineyard. Hear his suggestion for keeping your marriage vibrant.
God thinks highly of the sexual union. After all, He created it. Professor Dan Allender walks us through the Song of Solomon and shares some practical advice for contemporary husbands and wives.
God loves sex. Surprised? Well-known author and speaker, Dan Allender, reminds listeners that sex was designed by God to be a good and enjoyable part of marriage.
According to Pastor Dave Wilson and his wife, Ann, a man's relationship with God is key to unlocking the mystery of marital intimacy.
Pastor Dave Wilson and his wife, Ann, explore the complex and wonderful dance of marital intimacy as they share their own unique dance experience.
How do you balance motherhood with being an attractive, romantic, interesting wife?
High touch in a time of high tech.
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.
I believe a negative attitude about sex wages war against Christian marriages.
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.