There’s a reason traditional marriage vows have endured for centuries. Take a close look at what they say.
Darby Strickland, a counselor and teacher at the Christian Counseling & Educational Foundation, defines spiritual abuse in marriage and offers advice for helping wives who are oppressed in this way.
“Love” can be defined in many ways. Christ’s love for us is an unconditional love, and this is the love we are to seek in marriage.
Why is marriage more than a formal declaration of love and commitment between two people? Learn about nine good reasons to get married.
Healthy sexual intimacy correlates with an overall strong relationship. But it’s about more than you and your spouse having a good time in bed. It is a central aspect of a holy metaphor.
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.
Married individuals … experience less stress and emotional pathology than their unmarried counterparts.
Weddings honor marriage. The visual of a man separating from his parents and uniting with his wife esteem marriage as highly valuable.
Invigorate your spiritual connection by reading the Bible together. By applying biblical principles as a couple, you’ll reach into an untapped power source.
God made men and women different in many ways. Yet they complement one another so beautifully that a healthy relationship makes both partners more complete.