For some, it's social media; for others, binge watching your favorite show. Read about how to minimize digital distractions in your marriage.
I learned a lot from my NFL days; I even became a Christian thanks to a teammate. But some things—especially in marriage—can’t be learned on the field.
You’re not alone in wondering if the struggles you have in marriage are normal; or even if you’re asking, “Do I have a healthy marriage?”
There are many reasons to prefer online church services at home over in-person. But are we missing more than we take away?
Marriage is challenging. And yet, through each trial, we discover the resilience to overcome and grow together.
If you find the intensity of love fading, look at the direction you’re walking. Sometimes, redirection is all you need to fall back in love.
Nixing the gift exchange might be nontraditional, but it’s helped our family realign our priorities and values during the holidays.
A few easy games to play as a couple can challenge you to better know what makes your favorite person tick.
Can’t wait for the wedding because you're sick of planning? In the meantime, grab fun date-night ideas to make memories and ditch stress.
Moving can be one of the most challenging situations a family can go through. Here are five tips we’ve learned through our family moving.
Unmarried people have a lot to give and a lot to learn from spending time with families, especially their own.
We realize time together does not always equal quality time. So we pulled together our favorite seasonal to-dos in this fall bucket list.
Because marriage is a spiritual relationship, your spiritual compatibility (being “equally yoked”) will influence your relationship more than any other factor.
Why parents need to help their children navigate the sexually-charged adolescent years.
Identity and sex are vitally tied—and not just in LGBT+ conversations. In talking to kids about sex, identity is more important than you think.
Wondering who you after a major life change is normal. Circumstances change us. But how do you discover yourself after marriage?
While your parents may have dreaded talking to you about sex, you get to change the narrative. Because talking to your kids about sex is not just talking to them about sex.
You’re considering starting a family. But how do you know you’re ready for kids? Here are five questions to discuss with your spouse.
Roles in traditional homes grow with the family. But in stepfamilies, it's not always clear how everything should work.
Marriage is full of surprises, but anyone in a blended-family marriage knows adaptability is a requirement for stepfamily success.
This summer's pink-splashed 'Barbie' movie reminds this writer of the catch-22 many women feel in this "be anything" world.
Having a brother with chronic illness, I've learned a few things that have helped him cope. I hope these lessons encourage and help you as you support your sibling.
Marriage is often seen as the only way to a fulfilled life. But what would it mean for the church to view singleness the way God does?
You know your wife comes first. But that doesn’t mean Mom doesn’t matter. Here are four ways to honor your mother as a married man.
Wondering what you’d even tell your kids to do if you managed to pry their devices away? Here are four tips to get your kids to play outside.
If you want to offer a widow hope, encourage her to hope in God. Not in God changing her circumstances, but being with her no matter what comes.
Planning a road trip with your spouse but don’t know what to talk about? Here are 10 conversation starters for married couples.
Social media can be addictive and harmful, but it can also grow relationships. How do we navigate social media and marriage well?
If you’re a father, you are of greater importance to your child than you know. Here are six roles of a father you may not have realized.
It's a daunting era to raise a son into a man, but here's a game plan for shaping growing boys into godly men.