Letting go of my grudge helped me appreciate my husband and focus on God’s character instead of my sleepless jealousy
First Years of Marriage
When I was single, I was deeply aware of my need for God. He was the only other Person in my apartment to talk to on quiet evenings. He was the one who gave me peace when I was scared and loved me no matter what. And while those things were still true after I …
Should couples invest the most resources in a dream wedding day, a dream house or a dream relationship — one that lasts for a lifetime?
If sorting out your special day’s details seems daunting, here are a few pointers that will hopefully alleviate your wedding planning stress.
As you begin to meld your family’s customs with your spouse’s, what will you carry forward, and how will you form your own traditions in marriage?
For my 12 year anniversary, I’ve highlighted 12 pieces of newlywed advice I wish I could share with the newlywed version of myself.
In my youth, many women mentored me through their God-given gifts and talents. And now I feel my calling is to pass on these strengths to brides-to-be everywhere. After all, in order to borrow, someone else must be willing to share!
While I realize that Noah and I have plenty of mountains and valleys to travel in the years ahead, we’ve experienced growth and victories even in the start of our journey. Here are a few highlights that have stood out as we’ve walked through the beginning of our marriage.
All couples risk drifting apart. By observing three principles — scheduling dates, admitting to brokenness and seeking spiritual intimacy — a couple can keep their marriage on course and enhance it.
Ladies, do you find yourself being snarky to your husband way too often? I’ve done that and worse. If I could go back and sit down with my newly married self, here’s what I would tell her.