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.
Families experience a closer connection when they laugh together. Keeping things light with Ted Cunningham, Dave Stone, and mother-son duo, Nelda and Tim Hawkins.
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.
Astronaut Butch Wilmore and his wife, Deanna, talk about the difficult training that's involved in becoming an astronaut.
Butch Wilmore and his wife, Deanna, tell how they met and how they've worked to build their marriage on Christ and the Scriptures.
It was one of the biggest conflicts of our marriage. And as I sat there full of anger and self-righteousness, I knew that I hadn't handled it correctly.
No matter where your marriage is, it can always become stronger. Here are some ideas for those who want to shake things up a bit.
Getting to the heart of your communication struggles.
Three communication tips based on wisdom gained from years (and years) of trial and error.
Learning a second language is challenging, but when that language is the natural voice for your spouse, it is worth the effort. Dr. Gary Chapman unpacks three more love languages.
Intentional sharing and meaningful time together are too important to the health of your marriage to be neglected.
Ten Bible verses to help family communication.
Even simple acts of support can give your spouse the boost he or she needs during a busy work week.
You can’t avoid the tough conversations in marriage, but you can conduct them in a way that will ultimately bring you closer to your spouse.
A list to keep you talking with your spouse for a whole month.
Using word pictures was the key to communication in our marriage.
One of the greatest challenges of marriage is how you speak to your spouse.
When did you last have time to talk about the important things of life?
Just a five-second look helped connect my mom and dad during a frenzy of activity.
True partnerships are cemented by couples who frequently and specifically verbalize their need of one another.
Recognizing what is your responsibility and what you need to leave in God's hands.
Authors Steve and Candice Watters suggest some ways to thoughtfully arrange your do to list.
Steve and Candice Watters believe it's important to make plans as a couple. They share how taking time to plan and dream has benefited their marriage.
Two tips for battling the “illusion of permanence” in your marriage relationship.
Is worry overtaking you? Pa
Is anger getting the best of you?
Are you on a quest to find your soul mate? If so, you may be on the wrong journey.
Many couples find themselves surprised both by the arrival and the intensity of the storm.
Are you totally honest with your spouse? Are they totally honest with you?