When I started to recognize the stinking thinking that I entertained, I was able to work on replacing them with thoughts that were true, noble, right, pure, lovely, admirable excellent and praiseworthy.
Let’s be our spouse’s chief encourager. No one else can offer them words of encouragement the way we can. It’s our job to survey whatever threatens our spouse’s physical and spiritual well-being and cooperate with God to say, “I have some good news for you. Some wonderful news…”
Today, it might feel like a thick wall is dividing you and your spouse. No one is willing to tear down the first brick to come together. But the truth is, you hold a weighty sledgehammer in your hand. Use the power of saying "I'm sorry" to break through to one another again.
Even though you’re married, you and your wife still need to get away alone to continue to talk, laugh, and have fun together. All of us married folks could use a big list of date night ideas for married couples. Here is that list!
What is it that makes changing so hard? Over the past few years I believe God has shown me some things about myself that make changing so difficult. These things are universal and I believe once I learn them and understand them it will make changes much easier.
After a full day of work and dealing with the kids, do you feel like you don’t have much time or energy left for your spouse? We often hear from couples about the stress of their busy lives. They work full time, go to school, raise kids, serve at church, and they wonder why their marriages are having difficulty.
Lay down your efforts of self-control and give your life totally and completely to the work of God. You have one job … it is to surrender.
I’ve given my life to helping newlyweds prepare start their marriages off right. Here are four common mistakes I see them make.
Sex is the ultimate knowing of one another, and the ultimate expression of intimacy. The more intimate you can be with each other, the more passionate and wonderful sex will be.