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Pornography Really IS Insidious. Here’s Why.

Pornography is powerful, insidious, and addictive.Just a mouse click away, there’s never been greater access to such a destructive evil.

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pornography

Pornography Really IS Insidious. Here’s Why.

Pornography is powerful, insidious, and addictive.Just a mouse click away, there’s never been greater access to such a destructive evil.
arguing

How to Ask For What You Need Without Arguing

Understanding why your spouse doesn't pick up on your needs can keep you from unnecessary arguing or, worse, ongoing resentment.
pursue your spouse

What Are You Doing to Pursue Your Spouse?

Over the years I’ve learned it’s the small ways you pursue your spouse in marriage every day that grow a marriage.
life is short

Life is Short. Have Lots of Sex.

If you’re married, you really don’t have a ton of time left to have sex. Life is short. Have sex now. You won't regret it.
conflict

Conflict In Your Marriage? That Might Be Good!

The question is not if a marriage experiences conflict, but when. All relationships have issues, what matters most is how we resolve them.
new things to try in bed

Sex Life Getting Stale? 10 New Things to Try in Bed

10 new things to try in bed — to be more adventurous in your sex life. We’ll start with little things first to make you more relaxed.
tough love

3 Tough Love Truths About Your Marriage

These 3 tough love truths are healthy reminders for every married couple. So often we want to make it our spouse’s fault.
emotional intimacy

Emotional Intimacy: Can Men Learn It?

As much as I may not want to admit it, women are more advanced than men when it comes to emotions (and MANY other areas!). I want us to experience emotional intimacy in the way God intends and we all desire.
chores

How Do You Dole Out Your Household Chores?

Household chores represent the most pressing “minor issue” in marriage for a lot of couples because it’s a conflict that never goes away.
if only

What To Do With The “If Only” Regrets of Life

I find that “if only” pops up in conversations with people where it’s clear they are living in regret over the decisions they’ve made.