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It’s easy to be angry. But God challenges us to live differently. Galatians 5:22-23 tells us “The fruit of the Spirit is … patience.”
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!
Grow your marriage with these marriage devotions from Focus on the Family.
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.
Many people in our culture believe that fatherhood isn’t important or is obsolete.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.
Having a “missional marriage” can be as simple as turning your eyes toward Jesus and stepping into the opportunities He provides for you … together.
It only takes a moment to become a family of two, but building a relationship that lasts for life takes a great deal of time and effort.
With the chaos of kids, jobs and schedules, it’s easy to feel disconnected. But there are simple ways you and your spouse can reconnect your love.
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?