Spiritual insights from Focus on the Family leadership
Love bears all things — it helps carry burdens even through hardship, believes the best even after shortcomings and rejoices in truth even following failure.
Before a married couple can truly love each other, they must know the definition of love. First Corinthians 13:4-5 emphasizes that love is patient and kind.
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?
When your marriage isn’t what you expected and you feel disappointed, how can you get back the spark?
Find fun and faith-friendly activities that you can do as a family to encourage your children’s walk with Jesus.
Have you relied wholly on the church to teach your kids Scripture? God says that’s your job as their parent. Here how you can help your children learn about God’s Word.
Gathering for family devotions leads to closer family ties and a greater sense of identity as Christ-followers.
Prayer draws individuals closer to God. Authentic, transparent prayer can benefit marriage, too. Couples who come together to share their heart with God often enjoy greater intimacy with each other.
While our spiritual armor is enough to protect us, God has also given us a secret weapon — our spouse. There’s no better partner in the battle against sin than a praying, encouraging husband or wife.