Dennis Rainey tells how the storms of life can draw a couple closer together instead of blowing them apart.
Ellie Kay tells what it’s like to keep a family running while your husband is away on active duty.
Ellie Kay tells civilians how they can support those who serve our country.
Dennis Rainey celebrates the life of Sgt. First Class James Ponder III.
Dennis Rainey talks with Leslie Ponder, the widow of Sgt. First Class James Ponder.
How can the cycle be broken? Isn't divorce the answer?
Learn how to identify the build-up, blow-up, and make-up phases of an abusive relationship.
How can one identify a potential abuser before marrying him? What are the signs?
Just how prevalent is domestic abuse in our culture? What about in the church?
Scott Stanley tells how men differ from women in the way they spend and manage money.
Dennis shares his perspective about the new era of their lives without children at home.
Barbara Rainey talks about the emotions she faced as she adjusted to an empty nest.
Dennis and Barbara Rainey talk about planning for a future after the kids are gone.
Dennis and Barbara Rainey talk about their transition from a household full of teenagers to empty nest made for two.
What is retirement supposed to be for the Christian?
Retirement is not a time to clock out of the game of life.
Jerry Foster encourages couples to decide where they want to be at the end of their lives.
Ten years into the marriage, Nancy decided it was time to leave the abuse routinely initiated by her husband.
Nancy Murphy talks about the cycle of abuse many women endure and the fear and anger that often triggers the violence.
Nancy Murphy talks about the domestic abuse she endured at the hands of her former husband.
Empty nesters David and Claudia Arp talk about making the later years of your marriage better than the early years.
Dave and Claudia Arp talks about the necessity of letting go of the past and moving forward into the life God has waiting.
Empty nesters David and Claudia Arp talk about the adjustments parents must make after the children leave home.