Strengthening Your Marriage

Article

Trusting God to Cover Your Family

Tony Evans

Men can take responsibility even if they don't feel like they have the skills, wisdom or ability to handle a situation, if they will simply align themselves under God.

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A young man.

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What Is a Kingdom Man?

Tony Evans

A kingdom man places himself under God's rulership and submits his life to the lordship of Jesus Christ. He also understands the important role his wife plays in his success.

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Focus on the Family Commentary

Episode

In Search of a Soulmate

Are you worried your spouse isn’t your soul mate?  Well, let me encourage you with this: soul mates aren’t found, they develop over time.

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Focus on the Family Minute

Episode

Don’t Be a Wimp in Your Marriage

Men will often act strong and fearless in the world.  But we may not bring that courage home.  Psychologist David Clarke gives this challenge to married men. Listen to the full program here.

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Two couples preparing a meal.

Article

How to Improve My Marriage by Helping Others

Katie Reid

Helping others as a couple can improve communication and create intimacy in your marriage.

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wife and husband on park bench happily talking to each other

Article

5 Ways Helping Others Can Improve My Marriage

Ashleigh Slater

Helping others together as a couple can make your marriage stronger.

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Focus on the Family Broadcast

Episode

Solomon on Romance (Part 2 of 2)

The Rev. Tommy Nelson draws upon the Song of Solomon's rich imagery to convey wise principles about dating and courtship. (Part 2 of 2)

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Focus on the Family Broadcast

Episode

Solomon on Romance (Part 1 of 2)

The Rev. Tommy Nelson draws upon the Song of Solomon's rich imagery to convey wise principles about dating and courtship. (Part 1 of 2)

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Focus on the Family Commentary

Episode

Cord of Three Strands

The Bible says “a cord of three strands is not easily broken.”  That’s simple to understand, but profound enough to transform your marriage.

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Focus on the Family Broadcast

Episode

Understanding How Birth Order Impacts Your Marriage

Psychologist Dr. Kevin Leman explains how birth order affects your relationships with your spouse, and offers advice on managing challenges in your marriage that stem from your placement in your family of origin.

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Focus on the Family Weekend

Episode

Fun Ways to Pep Up Your Marriage and Avoiding the Chore War With Your Kids

In Part 1 of this weekend's program, author Kathi Lipp offers practical, fun ideas for couples to improve their relationship and make time together a high priority. For more information, see the daily broadcast episode Fun Ways to Pep Up Your Marriage.



In Part 2, our guests offer parents practical advice on teaching children responsibility by giving them age-appropriate chores. To learn more, see the daily broadcast episode Avoiding the Chore War With Your Kids.

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Focus on the Family Minute

Episode

Treat Your Spouse Like a Stranger

Focus president, Jim Daly, asks marriage expert, Larry Crabb, about relationship expectations on today’s Focus on the Family Minute. Listen to the full program here.

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Focus on the Family Weekend

Episode

Uncovering the Secrets to a Happy Marriage

This weekend, best-selling author Shaunti Feldhahn offers insights from research she's conducted on what makes for a happier, more fulfilling marriage. She also outlines practical ways to develop a more Christ-like relationship with your spouse.

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Focus on the Family Broadcast

Episode

Fun Ways to Pep Up Your Marriage

Author Kathi Lipp offers practical, fun ideas for couples to improve their relationship and make time together a high priority.

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Focus on the Family Commentary

Episode

Don’t Duct Tape Your Marriage

Guys, when things break, do you look for a temporary fix or a permanent one?  That’s an important question to ask yourself if the broken thing is your marriage.  

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Focus on the Family Weekend

Episode

Embracing the Reality of Christmas and Connecting as a Couple Despite Your Differences

In Part 1 of this weekend's program, storyteller Al Andrews shares a dramatic reading of his narrative called A Walk One Winter Night. For more information, see the daily broadcast episode Embracing the Reality of Christmas.

In Part 2, Jim Daly and his wife, Jean, offer advice and encouragement to couples as they describe how they worked through their differences in the early years of their marriage. To learn more, see the daily broadcast episode Connecting as a Couple Despite Your Differences.

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Husband and wife arguing

Article

A Husband's Selfishness

Ron Welch

Dr. Ron Welch, the author of The Controlling Husband: What Every Woman Needs to Know, shares his story of making his wife and marriage a priority.

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Focus on the Family Commentary

Episode

Leftovers

There’s a problem that most households face after every Thanksgiving. Leftovers. But day after day with no variety isn’t just a problem during the holidays. It can affect a marriage too.

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Focus on the Family Minute

Episode

What's It Like Living With Me?

Dr. Larry Crabb, hopes you’ll find the courage to ask that hard question of your spouse. But be prepared to listen for a couple of hours with an open heart. Listen to the Full Program here.

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Focus on the Family Broadcast

Episode

Cherishing the Differences in Your Spouse

Authors Greg and Erin Smalley encourage spouses to embrace each other's differences, focusing on their good qualities instead of their faults.

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wife on the phone, husband leaning against a clock

Article

Making TIME for Intimacy

Bill Farrel and Pam Farrel

Couples need "T.I.M.E." together. Here is what we see as the minimum time commitment you should have to maintain the minimum connectedness needed for a healthy, strong – and intimate – marriage.

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Focus on the Family Marriage Ministry

At Focus, you'll find the support and encouragement you need to help your marriage thrive.

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Two couples preparing a meal.

Series

How to Improve My Marriage by Helping Others

Helping others together as a couple can improve your marriage and make it stronger.

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intergenerational conversation

Series

Mentoring 101

A mentor is someone you can turn to for wisdom and support — and someone who can help you make the most of your marriage.

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