Wondering who you after a major life change is normal. Circumstances change us. But how do you discover yourself after marriage?
A lot of people underestimate the impact premarital counseling can have on a relationship. Here, we answer some of the most common questions.
Walking out of our wedding, my husband's hand in mine. This was the beginning of our first year of marriage. How surprising could it be?
I’ve always wanted to get married, but when fear of commitment takes hold of me, I find myself wondering if it’s worth the risk.
Want to get married on a tight budget but still plan an unforgettable wedding? Here are three tips for planning a cheap wedding.
More than any other factor—really—your spiritual compatibility will influence your future marriage.
Is marriage even worth it? Here are three compelling benefits of marriage.
Why is it a big deal who I sleep with? Sam Allberry addresses the value of sex for our whole selves and explains how we find our ultimate fulfillment in Christ.
Does God really care who I sleep with? Sam Allberry presents the Good News of Jesus and tells how it is life-giving to those who desire to give and receive physical love.
How far is too far? How honest should I be about my past with my future spouse?... Jonathan "JP" Pokluda addresses questions along the path to a promise.
Who is "the one" for you? Jonathan "JP" Pokluda answers this question and outlines specific things to look for and to avoid when seeking "the one" to marry.
Using our God-given gifts is important, and on today's program, JP Pokluda encourages us to not take the gift of singleness and put it on a shelf.
Though dating culture has changed so much in recent years, JP Pokluda offers insight into how to make dating really count.
Alistair Begg, is the Scottish voice of "Truth For Life." Bob Lepine interviews Alistair about how he met his wife and about their love story that spanned an ocean.
What's more important than the ring in a marriage engagement? Jackie and Stephana Bledsoe explain what they wish they hadn't learned the hard way.
Vaneetha Risner shares about the devastation she faced in divorce and how God used it to bring about something more wonderful than she could've imagined.
Marshall Segal talks to singles about the purpose of dating. Segal encourages singles to slow down and thoroughly get to know the person they are interested in.
Marshall Segal knows that most singles want to get married. Segal encourages young women to wait on the Lord and keep their eyes open for men who love godliness.
Author Marshall Segal explains what it means to live and date with purpose. Segalreflects on his single years and the lessons he learned while pursuing love and marriage.
Dave and Ann Wilson are very transparent about the early challenges in their marriage. Today, they tell the remarkable God-orchestrated story of how they started dating and how they got engaged.
Sexual temptation is everywhere! As believers, what do we do? Dave and Ann Wilson talk with Carolyn Weber, about seeing the battle for purity with new eyes.
Everyone has a desire to be fully known. On FamilyLife Today, hosts Dave and Ann Wilson talk with author Carolyn Weber, about how purity relates to that topic in today's world.
Known for openness about their marriage on social media, Harold and Rachel Earls have co-authored a book, called "A Higher Calling." Hear the unique story of how God brought them together.
You want to marry your best friend—someone you’d have fun with whether traveling the world or washing your car. But how can you be single and content?
Shelby Abbott talks about dating and why the important parts should not happen digitallyâ€"especially asking for a date. Shelby encourages parents to teach their daughters how a boy should treat them.
How does the scriptural definition of love apply to dating? Shelby Abbott, now married, shares his own dating history and talks about how technology has changed the dating game.
“I do” can—and in some ways should—feel daunting. But maybe your mentees don’t have to know a few things they assumed would be dialed in.
As I narrow down my list of potential bridesmaids, I realize I need more than someone to plan a wedding shower. I need someone who will help me be the wife I long to be.
No one's life is perfect. Lisa Anderson makes a challenge to reconsider your assumptions about how others live, and Katie Davis Majors tells her courtship story.