Life-Changing Questions By: Sabrina Beasley McDonald These simple but profound questions changed the way I talk to people about Christ. Years ago, if you asked me one word to describe the gospel, I would have told you necessary. I grew … Continue reading Life-Changing Questions
Strive for Oneness in Your Marriage By Dennis Rainey Marriage is like a three-legged race; these suggestions will help you cross the finish line in first place. Among my precious childhood memories are the family picnics held every summer. I … Continue reading Strive for Oneness in Your Marriage
Get Away with Your Spouse … Is it Important? By: Rob Flood When did you last have time to talk about the important things of life? At our house, we like gadgets … especially gadgets that work for us. Those … Continue reading Get Away with Your Spouse … Is it Important?
The Greener Grass Syndrome By: Nancy C. Anderson The best way to protect yourself from an affair is to water your own marriage. If your marriage is less than blissful, and you feel like giving up, I can tell you … Continue reading The Greener Grass Syndrome
She Hated Her Husband By: Mary May Larmoyeux Brian and Julie Moreau thought there was no hope for their family. Little Madissen and her big brother, Branden, often huddled in the closet together, wondering when their parents’ yelling would stop. … Continue reading She Hated Her Husband
Husbands Need to Be Cherished By: Sabrina Beasley McDonald Admiring your husband is no less important now than it was the day you got married. Sarah and Tim had been married for more than 25 years. The kids were gone, … Continue reading Husbands Need to Be Cherished
When Strangers Observe Your Marriage By: Tricia Goyer Get caught loving and serving your spouse. On a recent business trip I saw two couples who stand out in my memory. The first couple sat down by me at a restaurant … Continue reading When Strangers Observe Your Marriage
Superglue Your Marriage By: Dennis Rainey The world’s “50/50 Plan” for marriage is destined for failure. God’s plan calls for something much greater. When two people get married, they have high expectations about their relationship. An unspoken assumption by each … Continue reading Superglue Your Marriage
Do You Really Need Your Spouse? By: Dennis Rainey True partnerships are cemented by couples who frequently and specifically verbalize their need of one another. I used to think the most difficult words to utter were, “I love you.” As … Continue reading Do You Really Need Your Spouse?
Do I Deserve Marriage My Way? By: Mary May Larmoyeux Our selfish nature distorts our view of life and marriage. But God has a different plan. Recently I received a message from one of my daughters-in-law that I’ll long remember: … Continue reading Do I Deserve Marriage My Way?