Surprise your spouse with an old-school love letter — and deepen your connection.
Fun in Marriage
Sending sweet texts can be an easy yet powerful way to connect with your spouse during the work week. It communicates that they’re top of mind and that you want to be part of their day.
The empty nest years don’t have to be filled with longing for the good ol’ days with the kids. By adding some effort, the two of you can thrive together.
The most powerful benefit of dreaming together in marriage is the synergy it creates. What you can do together is far greater than what you can do alone.
Afraid of marriage? It is risky, but oh so different from other fears. With care, nurture, love and a deep reliance on God, we have far more control of the outcome than most of the scary things we ever consider doing.
Need a new idea for a date with your spouse? Try these three special suggestions for a great time together.
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!
FamilyLife’s Dennis and Barbara Rainey found ways to do something meaningful together and enjoy each other’s presence. Learn how you can do the same and make your marriage stronger.
In their years of marriage, Bob and Maria Goff have teased out a few principles that have allowed their love to grow. “Love isn’t something you fall into,” Bob says. “It’s someone you become.”
Author Laura Schupp and her husband, Thom, have been building community through hospitality for more than two decades. Laura hopes to pass along her skills and knowledge to her children.