In marriage, we have ample opportunities to “wash one another’s feet” without actually touching the tootsies.
Supporting Your Spouse
You have an internal dialogue that no one else hears. If you repeat thoughts that you’re not good enough, you can provoke harmful responses and behaviors, inadvertently hurting your spouse and marriage.
God has placed passions in your heart—and also in your spouse’s. Encourage each other in following dreams, even if you have to step out of your comfort zone to do it. You’ll enjoy a richer marriage.
Worried that your gift will miss the mark? The toaster flopped? Don’t despair. With constant learning and creativity, you really can find a present that speaks to your wife’s heart this Christmas.
Is your husband moody, angry or fearful? He may have difficulties at work. Dr. Greg Smalley offers practical methods that his wife, Erin, has used to help him navigate these work-related challenges.
Health scares can test the strongest of marriages. So, when someone — or everyone — in the family becomes sick, what are the best ways to manage the marriage relationship and remain a strong team?
Every aspect of infertility can be a marital, spiritual and ethical challenge. What can a husband do to keep his marriage going during a season of infertility?
Although he wasn’t willing to admit it at first, Dr. Greg Smalley felt that God was making him aware of how selfishness causes issues in his marriage. Greg shares some of the things he’s learned.
While our spiritual armor is enough to protect us, God has also given us a secret weapon — our spouse. There’s no better partner in the battle against sin than a praying, encouraging husband or wife.
When you go through hard times in your marriage, why not view them as opportunities for greatness? As you commit to learning from them, God can build a rock-solid marriage.