Lamar and Ronnie Tyler

Lamar Tyler and his wife, Ronnie, are the founders of, the largest independent African-American marriage and parenting website on the Internet. The site has attracted more than 6 million readers and has been featured in major media outlets including The Washington Post, Ebony Magazine, and Essence Magazine. What started as a small, personal blog has become an international brand under the Tyler New Media umbrella that boasts four independently-produced films and a social media presence that includes over 500,000 Facebook fans. Along with writing for and managing the Black and Married With Kids website, running Tyler New Media, and producing and directing films, Ronnie and Lamar travel across the country screening Tyler New Media’s films and speaking on marriage and parenting-related topics. Lamar and Ronnie reside in Atlanta and have four children.

Valuing Marriage in a Culture that Doesn’t, Part 4

It’s not easy to make a blended family work, but with God’s help, you can overcome any challenge. Greg, Erin and John share some inspiring ways they’ve seen God restore blended families.

Valuing Marriage in a Culture that Doesn’t, Part 3

How a couple disciplines their children is important for the overall health of their marriage. It can especially be tricky when you’re in a blended family. Greg, Erin and John give some tips for how you and your spouse can work through different opinions on disciplining your children.

Valuing Marriage in a Culture that Doesn’t, Part 2

We all carry some kind of baggage from our past. Because of this, many are wondering, “Is marriage worth it?” Greg, Erin and John discuss how to be honest with your spouse about past mistakes in a healthy way.

Valuing Marriage in a Culture that Doesn’t, Part 1

Seeing your parents or friends get divorced can leave painful scars. But, with God’s help, your marriage can set a new paradigm for your family. Greg, Erin and John talk about how to address divorce, when it’s part of your family history.

Valuing a Marriage in a Culture That Doesn’t

Lamar Tyler and his wife, Ronnie, co-founders of the global ministry Black and Married With Kids, discuss the importance of promoting a positive, Biblical view of marriage and family, both in the African-American community and the culture at large.