In a discussion based on her book Real-Life Romance, Rhonda Stoppe addresses the disappointment that stems from unmet expectations about romance in marriage. She says genuine romance is available and explains how couples can cultivate it.
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Rhonda Stoppe has more than 30 years of experience as a marriage mentor, pastor’s wife, author and speaker. She is the author of If My Husband Would Change, I’d Be Happy (& other myths wives believe).
In a discussion based on their book The Marriage Mentor, Pastor Steve Stoppe and his wife, Rhonda, explain how married couples can cultivate the relationship they’ve always hoped for by re-framing their expectations, depending on God and remaining committed to one another through the difficult challenges of life.
Steve Stoppe is the senior pastor of First Baptist Church in Patterson, Calif. His wife, Rhonda, is a speaker and author who is popularly known as the “No Regrets Woman,” as she is passionate about helping women live life without regrets. Her books include Real-Life Romance and If My Husband Would Change, I’d be Happy. Steve …
Warning signs alert us when the Enemy attacks your marriage. Learn how to be victorious against the Devil’s schemes.
Blogger and speaker Courtney DeFeo offers practical suggestions and fun ideas on how parents can make biblically-based values, love and laughter a part of everyday life in the home. (Part 2 of 2)
Hip-hop artist and pastor Trip Lee offers a light-hearted and thought-provoking look at the Christian desire to withdraw from the culture, encouraging listeners to instead be the light of Christ to the world.
Loving Well Podcast Welcome to Loving Well, a special Valentine’s season podcast series from Focus on the Family. Join hosts John Fuller and Dr. Greg and Erin Smalley to celebrate marriage with fun stories, encouraging conversations, and practical advice about ways you can strengthen your marriage. Season Three Season Two Season One Season Three A …
Many women with hormonal imbalances don’t know why they feel overwhelmed, agitated or weepy. Rhonda needed to find a way to help her marriage survive.