Cherishing, begins with the desire to protect your spouse emotionally, physically, and spiritually.
Gary Thomas encourages husbands and wives to cherish their spouses by celebrating who they uniquely are. A person needs to see their spouse as their one and only, and must be careful not to compare.
Best-selling author Gary Thomas explains that when you show off the beauty of your spouse and showcase them instead of yourself, you are cherishing them.
John McGee and his wife, Pam, talk about the characteristics of couples with healthy marriages. One clear indicator is when each spouse works on themselves first.
Dennis Rainey explores the vital importance of the marriage covenant, as he exhorts couples to keep their covenant, and to humble themselves and seek forgiveness and reconciliation.
Our greatest need is not to be loved, but to learn how to love one another. Gary Thomas explains we need to learn how to spread His love to others, starting with our spouses.
A good marriage isn't about finding the right person, it's about building into the spouse you already have. Gary Thomas shares three pillars to building your marriage to last a lifetime.
Joshua Straub reminds parents that, just as God loves us with grace and truth, so we must lead with grace when our kids are acting out.
Joshua Straub tells parents that allowing our kids to explore leads them to self-confidence, but it must be balanced with protection.
Joshua Straub recalls the day when he learned of his parents' separation, and tells how he learned to break those negative patterns in his own family.
Jay and Katherine Wolf share their love story. After four years of happily-ever-after, Katherine, a model, endured a massive stroke. Katherine and Jay share what God is teaching them.
Katherine Wolf, joined by her husband, Jay, talks about the massive brainstem stroke she miraculously survived just months after giving birth to their son.
Tim Savage, senior pastor at Camelback Bible Church, talks about Paul's admonition in Ephesians for wives to submit to their husbands and husbands to love their wives.
Mutual attraction usually brings a couple together before they get married. Tim Savage reminds listeners that couples who go the distance are those who marry for the glory of God.
Gary Thomas explains that people get married to be accepted, but then pull back from each other. Gary says you have to be transparent with each other if you want to deepen intimacy in your marriage.
Gary Thomas tells husbands and wives if you really want to love your spouse, you have to kill the things in your marriage that irritate your spouse.
Have you entered a covenant with someone? If you're married, you have. Author and host of "Truth for Life," Alistair Begg, talks about the beauty and importance of the marriage vows.
What were you really saying when you vowed to love "until death do us part"? Author and pastor Alistair Begg talks about the solemnity of the marriage vows.
After one of my messages, a man told me about the turning point in his marriage relationship.
Gary Thomas, author of "A Lifelong Love," encourages every couple to discover their magnificient obsession-something they love to do for the glory of God.
Gary Thomas explains that he got married to be loved and have his needs met. However, after 20-plus years of marriage, Gary realizes that his greatest need isn't to be loved, but to learn how to love.
Gary Thomas explores God's purpose for marriage and explains how the best marriages are those steeped in worship.
In marriage we need a love that is faithful to the end—because Christians are a people who lean into the covenant of grace.
What are some of the greatest gifts a wife can give her husband? Crawford Loritts shares some of the most important things a husband needs from his wife.
Karen Loritts shares some very important things a husband can do for his wife that will make her feel cherished, and will ultimately strengthen their relationship.
Carl Wilson reminisces about the end of his career as a Navy pilot, how he came to faith, and how he came to meet Sara Jo, the woman with whom he has shared life and ministry for 66 years.
Dennis Rainey recalls his friend Carl Wilson's advice to him 40 years ago when Carl advised him to read the Word and pray with Barbara every night, a suggestion Dennis took to heart.
Paul Miller teaches about love from the Book of Ruth. Ruth goes the distance to care for Naomi, and that's what we must do if we are to love like Christ does.
We must embrace Christ in His suffering. Best-selling author and father of six, Paul Miller, is joined by his autistic daughter, Kim, as he talks about joining into Christ's fellowship of suffering.
Paul Miller opens up the Book of Ruth to illustrate the meaning of hesed love, a steadfast kind of love and commitment that knows no exit strategy.