What does God's love look like? Authors Aaron and Jamie Ivey share that just as two different colors can add depth and beauty to a canvas, a marriage of two people is a painting that can speak the truth about God to those who experience it.
Whether you really like your spouse or you aren't feeling anything, Aaron and Jamie Ivey assert that "choosing together" in marriage is surprisingly beautiful. Listen as they share about complementing one another with purpose.
Do differences in your marriage or stepfamily challenges ever make you feel disconnected or create a drift in your relationship? Neil and Sharol Josephson speak with Ron Deal and offer valuable tips on managing and overcoming a drift in marriage.
Not many couples want to pattern their marriage after the book of Job. But Jeff and Sarah Walton, hit time and again with heart-crushing circumstances, began to find great comfort and wisdom in those pages.
Should you ask your spouse about their previous sex life? More and more, married couples are engaging in re-sex, that is, a second or subsequent sexual relationship. Dr. Juli Slattery joins Ron Deal to have a conversation about sex.
For Darryl and Gwen Smith, their divorce came in the middle of their love story. Ron discusses with them their story of well-intended, but immature love that God ultimately led to restoration, forgiveness, and a continual process of healing.
Curt Hamner and John Trent talk about how God had a specific purpose for Adam and Eve, but since the Fall, marriages have been in trouble. Together they explain that, even during difficulty, marriage is still important.
Kyle Idleman is convinced that what most people need to hear are the words, "Don't give up." Time and again in Scripture we see believers persevering in the face of trials, and Idleman reminds us that we can too.