Running a business, just like marriage, requires humility, wisdom, and compromise. Marriage and business are not the place to unconsciously expect to always get my way.
Relationships are like a dance. Communication takes effort, but with practice, each of us can be a safe place for our loved one’s tender needs.
As husbands, our call to adventure takes place the day we stand at the altar with our bride in front of friends and family.
As I strive to honor God in my marriage, I am consistently learning—and observing—that a godly marriage is strengthened when a husband meets the highs and lows of life with consistent faithfulness, love, and devotion.
Like a sturdy sea wall, marriages serve to protect against the churning tides of culture. But like Roman concrete, the very best marriages contain certain ingredients that make all the difference.
Great communication is more than an illusion
Working through our differences makes our marriage stronger
Investing in your relationship at a live event strengthens your marriage, connects you with others and even helps your church.
Learn how to strengthen your marriage and love your husband by building a good relationship with your mother-in-law.
One awful eve of envy helped me learn how to be content at Christmas instead of creating conflict in my marriage. Here’s what I learned.