James gave us the ultimate plan for better communication (including communication in marriage). It’s made up of three simple phrases.
Great marriage doesn’t consist solely of the big days like a wedding day and the birth of your children.
Your spouse has blown it. You don’t trust him/her anymore. But you want to save your marriage. How can you learn to trust again?
Every marriage bond can slip if the couple doesn’t recognize the warning signs of stress in the marriage and address them.
Marriage isn't easy. Ron Edmondson shares the top five obstacles to having a great Christian marriage and how to start working through them.
We hope you can learn from our mistakes and start today to reverse any of these habits you might have that lead to an unhappy marriage.
Marriages often fail because one spouse looks to the other to completely satisfy their innate need for significance and security in marriage.
Marriage is so commonplace we miss the miracle daily. Yet a godly marriage should be the cause of everyday thanks.
On our annual marriage getaway we slept-in, enjoyed extended time together, and experienced a few days away from the grind of daily life.
I take my instruction as a biblical husband from the other words of Scripture, which I take to be as authoritative.
Ever feel like your stressed out spouse is short with you? What are you going to do to help your spouse through stress? Here are 10 keys.
I’ve observed things that work and things that don’t. I think there are some necessary ingredients for a healthy marriage.
Your married life started as a sports car accelerating through hairpin turns, but settled into a lazy freeway on cruise control. Now what?
Sometimes it’s good to go back to the beginning to remember: Let me share what I would tell my newly married self.
Wouldn’t it be a shame to take the identity of “Christian” for most of our adult lives and not become transformed or changed?
Here are some New Year’s resolutions ideas that have the potential to actually change your marriage for the better.
Pastor Brandon Cox drops an important truth bomb: when a guy continually complains that his wife is a nag, she might not be the main problem.
One pastor shares the real-life marriage lessons he's learned over the last 18 years with his wife. On June 14, 1997, I married...
I’ve written previously about the first 7 years of marriage. We don’t know why necessarily — I have some theories — but...
Our marriage is always a work in progress, but we know that if we ever let up, the enemy will win. You should actively protect your marriage. Here's how:
When you honor your in-laws, you are honoring your spouse. No matter how different you are from them, you can still show respect.
In search of a healthy marriage, I share four more ways couples can increase their commitment and strengthen their marriage.
The key in those difficult times of of trouble isn’t to panic, but to intentionally work to strengthen your marriage.