Just as every place has a climate, so does every marriage. The climate of your marriage relationship can be a stormy one that's filled with conflict, a chilly one that lacks intimacy, or a sunny one that brings warm joy into your life...
Today, take that thing that is driving you crazy about your mate and turn it into a prayer, a celebration or a date!
We find that we have to work really hard to understand, accept, and appreciate the differences in each other. Frankly, learning to do this has been significantly more difficult than we expected.
The Crowley's marriage was as good as ended -- adultery, narcissistic carousing, tempers -- anyone would have said it was over.
But something amazing happened in their marriage that turned everything around! You'll be moved to tears as you hear them talk about how their marriage came back to life!
As every married couple learns, each day of marriage brings challenges – no matter how perfect the wedding may have seemed.
Every married couple desires to make their marriage last a lifetime. Some general guidelines will make your years together a wonderful journey.
This guy should get a trophy for Most Romantic Godly Marriage Proposal!
Our culture seems to place a high value on the euphoria of young love and early romance, rarely taking into account the challenges that come as we advance through the decades together.
So what's a midlife married couple to do?
Building a lasting relationship with someone else brings on a whole new set of problems...
Learn how words of encouragement can influence your marriage, and strengthen your relationship.
Sometimes we joke that an argument is "a discussion that occurs when you're right, but your mate just hasn't realized it yet.”
Jeff and Esther have spent 10 beautiful years together and his surprise is a good indicator that there are many more to come.
In this fast-food era of delivery and speedy drive-through meals, we often sacrifice nutrition for convenience, even in marriage.
It's tough to leave self on the shelf. Self wants to rule. Self wants its own way. Self suffocates. And self destroys. But yielding in marriage can bring about a better marriage!
If your husband sees that you believe in him no matter what, he'll gain the confidence to believe in himself and change for the better. Here's how you can bring out the best in your husband by encouraging him.
If a couple spends as little as fifteen minutes a day sharing their stories with each other, in a short period they each will begin to understand the other.
Many couples get so busy they don't take time to nurture the foundation of their family – their marriage and their relationship with each other. Learn how to nurture that relationship – and one of the great ways to do that is by dating your mate.
Our kids are constantly watching and learning from us. Our actions (both good and bad) are always teaching them about marriage. So how do you model a marriage that will help them in their adult life?
Too much of almost any emotion is likely to cause some level of destruction.