Love bears all things — it helps carry burdens even through hardship, believes the best even after shortcomings and rejoices in truth even following failure.
Two wounded souls discover what it takes to restore a relationship in ruins
Having a “missional marriage” can be as simple as turning your eyes toward Jesus and stepping into the opportunities He provides for you … together.
Trust is scary. It’s never easy to trust your husband. What should you do if God is asking you to trust your husband?
Before a married couple can truly love each other, they must know the definition of love. First Corinthians 13:4-5 emphasizes that love is patient and kind.
The next time you’re tempted to lash out when your spouse does something that upsets you, remember to love above all else.
It only takes a moment to become a family of two, but building a relationship that lasts for life takes a great deal of time and effort.
What will marriage be like in the future after the coronavirus? The impact of the pandemic stress on couples will either strengthen or weaken their marriage.
With the chaos of kids, jobs and schedules, it’s easy to feel disconnected. But there are simple ways you and your spouse can reconnect your love.
The next time you see a personal weakness come up in your marriage, choose to surrender it to God and remember that the Lord is your strength.