Biblical counselor Paul David Tripp explains that love is willing self-sacrifice.
Paul recalls a time in his own marriage when his eyes were opened to his own anger issues.
Author Paul David Tripp talks about the reality of marriage.
Most couples face common challenges in marriage. If you don't discuss and resolve the differences between you and your spouse, you're headed for rough marital waters.
We all need the support of friends, family, and mentors. But there’s nothing like the love and encouragement of your spouse.
Each of you brings a different background and a different set of expectations into your marriage. Here's how to establish the 'new normal.'
During the first years of marriage (and sometimes for years afterward), it’s not easy to leave your parents while also honoring them.
Ten ideas for dealing with a wife who won’t “leave and cleave.”
My prayers are with the royal couple as they face the challenge of living out the words of commitment, encouragement, and exhortation they heard during their wedding.
Without a common foundation, the years of old age become the death years instead of the glow years.
Early in marriage it's important to look for something beautiful rather than focusing negatively on differences.
An automobile commercial provides an interesting reflection of the way many people view marriage today.
We now have the tools to make our marriage work, and we’re sharing them with others.
Readers share their honeymoon woes with us.
A couple married 55 years shares some of the best marriage advice my husband and I ever received.
Your love can mature and sweeten during the coming seasons of your marriage.
Have you entered a covenant with someone? If you're married, you have.
Three powerful influences work together to drive many married couples over the financial cliff.
When you marry, it's important to step away from depending on your parents for your livelihood and emotional support and depend on each other instead.
It’s important to learn God’s view on children.
What were you really saying when you vowed to love "until death do us part?
Love, joy, and crickets.
You're not just his wife, you're his cheerleader.
It’s the little things that count, especially in marriage.
What does it take to be a good husband?
Are you a naturally merciful person?
Today on the broadcast, Dennis Rainey talks with pastor Dave Harvey, author of the book When Sinners Say "I Do", about the reality of conflict in marriage and the gift of forgiveness we can offer our mate when disagreements occur.
Do your beliefs about God affect your marriage?
Drs. Freda Bush and Joe McIlhaney explain how science shows the brain to be the most important sex organ.
How do you start your marriage on a solid foundation?