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
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?
A Great Love Life for Marriages By: Sabrina Beasley McDonald These five steps have personally helped me have enjoyable and satisfying intimacy with my husband. I had no idea how desperate Christian women were to find satisfying physical intimacy until … Continue reading A Great Love Life for Marriages
Men Need to Step Up as Husbands and Fathers By: Dennis Rainey Like soldiers, we are called to do our duty even when the storms of life tempt us to abandon our posts. In 2003, Hurricane Isabel slammed into the … Continue reading Men Need to Step Up
Expressing Regret the Right Way By: Nancy Pina As a relationship coach, I have advised individuals to remember that whenever one overreacts to a comment or situation that there is something else that is triggering the reaction. It’s not in … Continue reading Expressing Regret the Right Way
Love Has No “If” By: John Piippo I was talking with someone who has lived all his life under the oppression of conditional love. Conditional love is love that has “conditions” that must be met if “love” is extended. In … Continue reading Love Has No “If”
Second Time Around Marriages By: Denise Schipani Read the real stories behind couples who divorced and remarried each other again Linda Thornton, JD, author of 20 Things to Know About Divorce, describes her marriage this way: “We were together for … Continue reading Second Time Around Marriages
Does Your Spouse Annoy You By: Tim Kimmel Accepting your differences will help you mature beyond the downsides of your personalities. One week before I got married, I bought a “muscle car.” My brother Tom and I spent a day … Continue reading Does Your Spouse Annoy You
Steps to Resolving Conflict in Marriage By: Dennis Rainey There is no way to avoid conflict in your marriage. The question is: How will you deal with it? Few couples like to admit it, but conflict is common to all … Continue reading Steps to Resolving Conflict in Marriage