If peace means resting in another’s promises, we can bring peace to our marriage by trusting our spouse and by becoming a trustworthy husband or wife.
Investing in your marriage doesn’t have to be difficult. Start with a simple conversation every day, plan a weekly date night and then an annual adventure!
Joy is a gift from God that — when we choose it — can fill our marriage with contentment, confidence and hope.
It’s hard to imagine, but there’s a significant number of families who don’t have enough to eat. Maybe that’s an opportunity for couples who want to help.
During the coronavirus pandemic lockdown, various marriage authors and experts shared advice for the new sheltering-at-home transition.
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.
Many people in our culture believe that fatherhood isn’t important or is obsolete. But a husband and a father can make a great difference in their family by using the strengths and skills God has given them.
Love bears all things — it helps carry burdens even through hardship, believes the best even after shortcomings and rejoices in truth even following failure.
Trust is scary. It’s never easy to trust your husband. What should you do if God is asking you to trust your husband?
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.