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.
People often describe the book of Ruth as a love story. But as the story unfolds, we realize that it is about more than the love between two people. It’s about God’s amazing love for all humankind.
Through reading the Bible and observing my husband, Josh, I have learned two things about marriage. First, marriage is a partnership, and, second, God designed our differences for our benefit.
About a third to a half of all marriages will end in divorce. But by following seven straightforward guidelines most marriages can thrive. Investing in your spouse can produce a happy union.
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.
Husbands and wives get to choose where they place their attention. Taking time for a self-evaluation of misplaced affections can be key to continuing to build a healthy marriage relationship.
Authoritative research conducted at leading universities presents the case that religious service attendance makes a strong positive contribution to marriages, including a resistance to divorce.
Marriage should be an intimate relationship that lasts a lifetime and grows stronger over the years. That’s the kind of love for which the human heart longs. Every human heart — yours and your spouse’s.
We’d be wise to listen to those who have been married for a long time. They have important information for us. These five lessons can help us build a strong foundation for a life-long marriage.