Asking your spouse to help you find your personal blind spots can help you grow closer together. Discovering weaknesses and improving them can change your relationship for the better.
Strengthening your Marriage
As a Christian in the family of God, a pastor can model an honest and healthy marriage before the congregation. As a preacher in the pulpit, a pastor can bring the congregation living truths about the realities of marriage straight from Holy Scripture and in the power of the Holy Spirit, come what may.
Try this fun idea for an evening out with your husband or wife. You may discover new, surprising things about your spouse.
God can help you find ways of loving your disabled spouse in the years ahead. This requires taking care of yourself even as you care for your spouse.
The unhealthy attitudes I ‘inherited’ from family hurt my marriage. I learned how to conquer bad attitudes, and so can you. Here’re tips to develop skills that will improve your communication.
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.
The right questions asked in the right way can determine the trajectory of your relationship. It takes skill to use questions well — and that skill that can be developed. Here’s what you need to know.
The difference between a ho-hum marriage and a dream marriage during the parenting years may take less than five minutes a day. Even as a busy parent, you can manage that.
Words have incredible power, and careless words can destroy a marriage. Speaking words of death and condemnation is easy, but couples who choose encouraging, uplifting words enjoy the fruit of happiness.
People often describe the book of Ruth as a love story. But as the story unfolds, we realize that it is about more than the love between two people. It’s about God’s amazing love for all humankind.