My husband, Russ, and I are the parents of 12 kids through birth and adoption, and sometimes more through foster care. While having a big family brings lots of joy, it also means there is a lot of work just to keep everyone functioning. Some of our children experienced trauma in their early lives, which …
Connecting with your Spouse
Self-care is an act of stewardship, or caring well for the life God has given you. Rightly understood, self-care in marriage becomes a gift to your spouse.
We needed some specific habits to stay emotionally close and keep romance strong. Here are some connection points that have worked for us.
Build strength in your marriage through loving routines
Fun ideas for making 15-minute marriage connections
Remember you are a couple first and parents second. (Don’t let the kids have all the fun!) Here are a few tips to help you have a great couple’s Christmas.
Autism support usually focuses on children, but autistic adults need support too. Here’s what you need to know about autism in marriage.
Marriages may suffer as caring for aging parents demands their ongoing attention. However, good communication and planning can help ease the transition.
Where you are and what you do are simply factors in the equation, but they are not the summation of a good time. Stop looking for fun in your marriage and start creating it!
Having a happier marriage may be easier than you think. You can do little things to add joy to your union. Here are inspiring stories written by couples on how they made their marriage happier.