The early years of marriage are filled with changes. Pastor Ted Cunningham explains how couples can transition well after leaving their parent’s home, Dr. Juli Slattery talks about working through the sexual dynamics of marriage, and Bill and Pam Farrel discuss how young couples can learn how to communicate with each other.
Greg and Erin Smalley explore 12 biblically-based strategies to help couples work around roadblocks, create successful communication patterns and build a romance that lasts a lifetime.Give Now
Written for engaged couples, this book is full of tools, tips, and instructions that start a couple on a straight path to a strong marriage.Buy Now
The Focus on the Family Marriage Assessment is designed to evaluate the strength of 12 essential traits of your marriage. Do you know your marriage’s strengths and weaknesses?Read more
Physical intimacy and romantic love are not what keep couples together. It’s the emotional and spiritual aspects that make a marriage sweet.Read more
Sexual oneness is more than naked bodies touching; it eventually demands that your love is tested and shared with vulnerability and ultimate intimacy.Read more
Ted CunninghamView Bio
Ted Cunningham is the founding pastor of Woodland Hills Family Church in Branson, Mo., and a popular comedian at events across the country, including Focus on the Family's 'Love, Laugh, Pursue' nights for couples. He has authored several books which include Fun Loving You and Trophy Child. He has also co-authored four books with Dr. Gary Smalley and one with his wife, Amy. Ted and Amy have two children, Corynn and Carson. Learn more about Ted by visiting his church's website.
Juli SlatteryView Bio
Dr. Juli Slattery is clinical psychologist, author, speaker and broadcast media professional. She is also president of Authentic Intimacy, a non-profit ministry aimed at helping women have better marriages. Dr. Slattery's books include Finding the Hero in Your Husband, No More Headaches and Guilt Free Motherhood. She and her husband, Mike, have three sons.