A recent study suggests that cohabiting couples do not face a greater risk of divorce after they marry. But the whole picture is a bit more complicated.
Barbara Rainey helps us understand and explore Easter, the pinnacle of the Christian holiday season.
The key to powerful manhood is taking responsibility for the field assigned to you.
Pastor Chip Ingram encourages husbands and wives to look closely at their expectations and even consider downsizing them in order to better love their spouses.
A parent can influence children to become who God created them to be—not by manipulation or force but by watering the seeds God has planted.
What's really at the root of your anger?
What do you do with your anger?
What is the best way to help the poor?
While traveling in Africa, Dr. Wayne Grudem was asked a troubling question: "Why is Africa so poor?
When I hear stories like this, I realize that the commandment to honor our parents is far more important, and far more powerful, than most of us realize.
Let it not be said of us that we've forgotten a direct command of God.
Dennis Rainey encourages listeners to honor their parents.
What makes your parents tick? Dennis Rainey opens the Scriptures to help you better understand, and love, your parents.
Good ole' Mom and Dad! Dennis Rainey gives you some practical advice on honoring and loving your parents.
You've loved them, you've hated them, and sometimes you didn't understand them at all.
Brad Mathias and his wife noticed their daughter pulling away.
Brad tells how his self-obsession led to his failed marriage, but it wasn't until a major infection landed him in the hospital that his heart began to turn and he experienced God in a powerful way.
Lynn Donovan and Dineen Miller, who both experienced a spiritual renewal after marrying outside the faith, coach moms on how be the spiritual leader in their homes.
Dineen Miller and Lynn Donovan tell how they've handled the expectations with unbelieving husbands and talk about other areas in their marriage where they share common ground with their husbands.
Lynn Donovan and Dineen Miller, married to men who don't share their faith, tell how they wound up in a spiritually mismatched marriage.
Dr. Gary Chapman says unless we learn to move past our failures with genuine forgiveness and reconciliation, our marriages will never be everything God intends them to be.
Issues for second-half stepfamilies to consider.
Dr. Gary Chapman shares how saying "I'm sorry" can transform your relationship.
I believe that the more churches do to strengthen marriages, the more we will bring glory to God.
If we don’t tell couples that no marriage is too broken, how will they know?
Drama team Jim and Carol Shores share profound marriage truths via skits and vignettes.
My ancestors left me a godly heritage, and my passion is to pass that on to my own kids.
Reaffirming the truth of the gospel each day is the most important thing we can do to mature in our faith and to build a stronger marriage and healthier family.
It's time for the church to call people back to God's design for marriage.
I know the power of community and I know the emotions of walking this journey alone.