Each person comes to their wedding with a unique set of life experiences and levels of childhood trauma that impact the marriage relationship.
Having open and honest communication around money management, you and your partner can share personal goals and concerns, understand each other’s financial habits, establish alignment, and agree upon a shared vision.
As a couple, decide on your boundary lines. How can you respect one another when issues arise and you don’t agree?
Couples who have stood the test of time have developed relationship glue — big and small acts of kindness, respect, and thoughtfulness extended to one another on a consistent basis.
It’s hard work to rebuild trust and intimacy after the betrayal of infidelity, but when both partners are willing to do the work, it’s worth it.
The most common complaint among married couples is a lack of communication. Too much conflict is among the top five reasons people divorce.
As husbands, our call to adventure takes place the day we stand at the altar with our bride in front of friends and family.
As I strive to honor God in my marriage, I am consistently learning—and observing—that a godly marriage is strengthened when a husband meets the highs and lows of life with consistent faithfulness, love, and devotion.
What is God’s plan for marriage? Marriage is the full expression and design of God’s image in human beings.
Married couples can walk into moments of crisis — such as when a person isn’t sure what to do with an unplanned pregnancy — and shine the light of God’s hope into the darkness.