Your Dating Questions Answered
Ten questions guys commonly ask and our best answers to these often tricky (and awkward-to-talk-about) situations.
Why I Wish We Hadn’t Lived Together Before Marriage
Here are five reasons I wish my husband and I hadn’t moved in together before saying “I do.”
Not All Millennials Wait For the “Right” Age to Get Married
There’s no doubt that marrying my high school sweetheart benefited us for the better.
Is It Okay to ‘Go Ahead and Shack Up’?
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.
The Humpty Dumpty Syndrome
Our modern notion of “falling in love” is based on feelings. And following your feelings can get you hurt.
Hiding Naked: When Sex Replaces Commitment
For many, sex has become a hiding place–a behavior that presents the appearance of intimacy, but is really striving for self-protection.
After Three Years of Living Together, She Wanted More
How Lance and Jess Miller learned about God’s plan for marriage.
Evaluating Your Spiritual Relationship Before Marriage
Your spiritual compatibility will influence the quality of your future marriage more than any other factor.
How Can I Help My Daughter Marry Well?
There are some non-negotiables that our daughters must look for in a prospective husband.
Sabrina’s Wedding: The Calling
Much to my surprise, I realized God was calling me to be faithful, not single.
The Cohabitation Complication
The key to making marriage work—and what sets it apart from cohabitation—is commitment.
Choosing a Life Partner
The biggest decision you’ll make outside of choosing to accept Jesus Christ as Savior.
Finding Your Million Dollar Mate
Most people never take the time to approach dating, let alone the quest for a mate, with such care and purpose.
6 Character Traits to Look for in a Potential Spouse
When you are searching for the person who will join you in building a lifelong marriage, what really matters is character.
Did I Need to Stop Dating?
Sometimes a ‘season of singleness’ helps you grow in your most important relationship … if you do it right.