If you put off planning for your future marriage until after the honeymoon, you’ll miss valuable time getting to know the one you’ve chosen to partner with for the rest of your life. Here are some questions to discuss that will hopefully help your journey.
Preparing for Marriage
Breaking off the engagement is difficult, but if you have doubts about getting married, it’s best to take things slowly and prayerfully.
When wedding plans suddenly change, heartbreak and disappointment can surface quickly. Here are four ways to process through the letdown.
Surveys find that divorce rates drop by 30 percent or more when engaged couples seek premarital counseling.
Statistics doom second marriages like Jerry and Kelly’s. Seeking premarital guidance from a Christian counseling ministry was the logical choice to proactively protect their marriage.
Many people mistakenly believe that living together is an effective way to test a potential marriage. But is cohabitation really a smart move for couples interested in a healthy, lasting marriage?
The quintessential trait of a good husband is the tenacity to love at all costs. I can’t be like Him unless I return love when my ego is wounded and unless I pursue love when I’d rather avoid pain.
It’s far too easy to get so engulfed in wedding details that you lose site of the lifetime you will be spending together. So, how can you plan for your special day and your marriage?
A secure and functional culture requires the establishment of stable marriages and the nurturing of families. Without healthy marriages and family life as a foundation, no community can long survive.
Physical intimacy and romantic love are not what keep couples together. It’s the emotional and spiritual aspects that make a marriage sweet.