Kind words are important to our marriage. We can use words that encourage our spouse or we can use words that hurt them. Which words will you choose?
The words we use can be a key factor in building trust. Recognize their power for change, and they become powerful tools in your relationship.
You can take the 4 animals personality test in a few minutes. The goal is to give you a picture of your and your spouse’s unique, God-given strengths.
Travel is tough on a marriage. But with a bit of planning, you and your spouse can stay connected when one of you is away from home.
Contributor journals are an easy, fun way to stay connected to your family.
Paying the right kinds of attention to your children is easier when you become more aware of each child’s personality and temperament.
Create a heart-to-heart connection, even when your man is reluctant.
Parenting disagreements strain even good marriages. The danger is letting differing perspectives wear down marital unity, especially if you side with the child’s desires instead of your spouse’s.
I’ve yet to meet a married couple who didn’t struggle with unspoken expectations. By learning to talk about expectations in your relationship, you can begin to establish a more satisfying marriage.
Dr. Lainna Callentine became aware at age six that her skin was a different color than other kids in class. Get her unique perspective on how we, as Christians, should talk to our kids about racial differences.