If you don’t have anyone to watch your baby when on a romantic date with each other, don’t give up — all you need is a little creativity and intentionality.
If you’re not sure that certain friendships are having a positive impact on you, consider the influence these guys have on your marriage. Do they encourage you to love your wife more?
Pastor Ted Cunningham helps leaders think through what rest looks like when the chaos of pastoral ministry.
Kim and Randy learned to live independently while Randy was traveling for work, but they lost the sense of unity that’s critical for a marriage. Here are tips to fix the troubles caused by travels.
Loving your spouse well might mean giving up certain activities for a season. Those will most likely be good things, but if you feel disconnected, it may be time to examine your weekly schedules.
Mother of five and business coach, Alli Worthington, offers two simple steps to help moms break busy in their world so they can refocus on their marriage.
Many marriages operate like a cable company. They give the best of themselves initially, but that royal treatment doesn’t last long. Here’s a tip on how to keep from taking your spouse for granted.
Marriage should be an intimate relationship that lasts a lifetime and grows stronger over the years. That’s the kind of love for which the human heart longs. Every human heart — yours and your spouse’s.
Many people feel stressed by the Christmas season, yet they don’t want to neglect their marriage. Connecting with your spouse is possible — even when you’re busy.
Engaging in productive and even spiritual activities can ultimately take us away from the higher calling of being a wife. Here are three ways to keep your marriage a priority in during busy times.