Why is there such a disconnect for a woman to consider that God cares about her sexual pleasure? I see that most women view sex as earthy, dirty, and shameful—everything that God is not.
Many Christians walk away from their faith because what they know about following Jesus isn’t consistent with the loneliness they face.
Getting married doesn’t give you victory over sexual lust because singleness isn’t what causes lust.
"Marriage is kind of like beach volleyball—marriage in a bikini." Learn a surprising lesson about your marriage's weak spot.
Husbands, love your wives, as Christ loved the church and gave himself up for her – Eph 5:25 Pastors often preach it, but are we living by it?
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.
Whenever a marriage self-destructs, the heart is the heart of the matter. But it's also the reason a marriage thrives, and you choose which!
Sometimes a better marriage is closer than you think. Listen to Rich and Pat's story, and the power of one simple magic question.
A marriage which does bring transformation is no marriage at all. Godly marriage always brings transformation.
Today's post about spiritual intimacy in your marriage comes from our friends at refineus.org. Spiritual growth isn’t easy. Spiritual growth as a couple is even more difficult.
If we value fruitfulness as Jesus does, then literally, all of us need to weed out the toxic relationships that are around our marriage.
Finding times of spiritual intimacy is hard in marriage no matter what. Set reasonable expectations for spiritual intimacy.
You might be shocked by why one former pastor's wife was sneaking out of bed at two in the morning (in the best kind of way).
There’s never a better time than today to recommit to some basic marriage principles that can strengthen your bonds and inject a fresh wave of intimacy into your relationship. Here's how to inject some "A.W.E." into your marriage.
It can feel like a major victory when I control my tongue, giving my unspoken words to my Father instead of pouring them out on others.
While not every marriage is struggling right this moment, nearly all marriages hit crisis moments at some point in time. Today's post from Elizabeth Klein is a great guide for prayers for a struggling marriage.
I had to fight that internal battle to ignore fear and listen to the spirit of love so I could see, “You are not the obstacle in our marriage—you are my partner in overcoming obstacles.”
This secret applies to women and men: if you really want to change your marriage, you have to understand the secret where you have power.
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…”
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.
As a couple making a commitment to developing spiritual intimacy, you will want to find a plan that works for you.
We were married for a mission. When we give away our life, we find it. When we focus outside our marriage, we end up strengthening it.
Have you ever faced a difficult season only to be told to trust in God? What does it actually look like to do that during discouragement?
To have a God-honoring marriage, I must realize that I am third in my wife’s allegiance. The best marriages are built on these priorities.
What you have probably heard is the number one problem is communication in marriage. I believe this is a symptom of a deeper problem.
The hard truth about a Christian marriage is that your marriage will not be perfect just because you’re Christians. Don't buy these myths.
God invites us to make it a priority not only to practice forgiveness occasionally, but to keep forgiving…all the time if need be.
Don’t despair. No matter how ugly the fighting is now, it’s only temporary. Eternity is just around the corner. Hang in there!
We should strive to accomplish God's purpose for marriage is given, to us by grace: it reflects Christ’s perfect bond with His church.
The Apostle Peter sets Christian marriage on the highest plane possible—husbands and wives possess the same eternal inheritance.
I officiated my first wedding and realized that the best seat is when you get to stand before the bride and groom and do the service.
Praying with your husband can be challenging. Many of us aren’t comfortable praying out loud, and so we’re not sure how to bring prayer into our marriage.
I’m leaning on Teresa to rediscover the joys and fulfillment (not just duty and obligation) of prayer. We can learn how to marshal the positive power of spiritual delight. Teresa is adamant that the only thing that wooed her away from sin were the superior pleasures she enjoyed while communing with God.
If we want to get emotionally healthy, with ourselves and with others, we need to be willing to go below the surface of our anger.
Trying to control someone in marriage, parenting, or the church, is evil. The Bible recognizes authority, but takes a stand against control.
Your spouse is supposed to complete you, right? That might be true in romantic comedies, but let's talk about real life.
My one prayer for us as individuals and for our world is this: “God, don’t let us waste this pain.” Here's how we can live that reality.
The lesson is painfully clear: connecting with Jesus is a better choice than busyness.There will always be more to do! Know what I mean?
Husbands, if you’ve ever thought, “I just can’t figure her out” maybe this can be a launching pad to deeper conversations with...
Over the years, we’ve heard many sad stories from people. A lot of these people were on the brink of separation or divorce, or...
Let's talk about Covid-19 for a second. Or wait, let's not. Not yet. Instead let's talk about how the movie About Time isn't a...
Anxiety plagues many of us, stealing our peace of mind, but also inserting itself into our marriages. And that can cause some real...
David and Joseph. Two prominent people in the Bible. Both were godly men who faced sexual temptation. One yielded and paid a...
Today's post from Gary Thomas is something I've been thinking about a lot lately. We think marriage is a place to receive...
2922 days ago on 31 March 2006 I married my wonderful and beautiful wife. On that day I made a commitment to...
Good Friday is traditionally in the church calendar a day of grief. Today, we reflect on how Jesus was tortured, nailed to...
What’s the best way to grow towards intimacy with your husband? Hint: that’s a trick question. There’s actually not a correct answer to that...
Eight years in to marriage there are still some things I refuse to do with my wife. I refuse to use the...
Self-Righteousness is Satan’s Favorite Attack Against Your Marriage. Here’s What You Can Do About...
What if one of the most dangerous attitudes for believers is self-righteousness? What if it’s possible to be “right” and toxic at the...
I’ve had a lot on my mind lately, but I feel like most men do. We think about our bills, the check...
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