Marriages and families are in trouble after the challenges of last year.
If it's not too much to ask, would you help equip these families with the resources they need to put Jesus at the center of their home?
Yes, I will help struggling families!

Ginger Kolbaba

Ginger Kolbaba is an accomplished, award-winning author, editor, and speaker. She is a contributing editor for Focus on the Family magazine and is a columnist for Positive Note magazine. She has published more than 500 magazine and online articles. Visit her website here:

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Healthy Gender Roles in Marriage

Learn how embracing your God-given gender roles in marriage can bring vitality, joy and security into your relationship.

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Chronic Pain: When Your Loved One Hurts

Taking back your marriage from chronic pain

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How to Reconnect with Your Spouse

With the chaos of kids, jobs and schedules, it’s easy to feel disconnected. But there are simple ways you and your spouse can reconnect your love.

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Giving Back the Engagement Ring

Breaking off the engagement is difficult, but if you have doubts about getting married, it’s best to take things slowly and prayerfully.

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Managing Conflict With In-Laws

You don’t just marry your spouse … you marry their family. And that can be difficult. Learn how to set healthy boundaries and love your in-laws.

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Celebrate Easter As a Couple

Though you may be social distancing or “quarantined” at home, you and your spouse can still celebrate Easter in meaningful ways.

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When You Don’t Want to Divorce but Your Spouse Does

What do you do when your spouse wants to end the marriage but you don’t want a divorce?

5 Things Experts Wish You Knew About Healthy Sex in Marriage

You can take several steps to have healthy, God-honoring intimacy in marriage.

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What to Do When Your Teens Aren’t Ready to Go Back to School

Help your teens make a smoother transition as they head back to school.

Equip Your Teen to Be a Great College Roommate

Prepare your teens to get along with the people they’ll live with in college

When Your Spouse Still Mourns What Can No Longer Be

When a marriage ends, it’s normal to mourn the loss of what can no longer be. Those times of grieving are a part of the healing process, and they offer opportunities to show love to your new spouse.

Time Out for Two

Instant-family couples aren’t afforded the same luxuries as first-time married couples. They don’t get privacy or generous amounts of uninterrupted time together like pre-kid couples do.

Remarriage Doesn’t Wipe Away Memories and Old Habits

Remarriage may start a clean relationship slate, but it doesn’t wipe away memories and old habits. Your best response to your spouse’s remarriage mistakes may be uncommonly simple.

Dating in a Digital World

Help teens choose what works today without compromising what has worked in the past.