If you want a strong marriage, there comes a time to be honest about yourself.
Welcome to Forgiveness Articles
3 Characteristics of a Repentant Spouse
Giving Your Spouse the Freedom to Fail
Six gifts you can give that remove the pressure to perform.
Don’t Let Bitterness Poison Your Marriage
Over time, repeated hurts can build up to destroy a relationship, but these suggestions can help you heal before the damage is done.
The Freedom of Forgiveness
The result of obeying God and forgiving your spouse is not bondage, but freedom.
How to Say ‘Yes’ to Forgiveness
It’s very difficult to ask God to forgive those who hurt us, especially when the hurt runs deep.
Even after more than 40 years together, our need to forgive each other is as fresh as it was on our wedding day.
Bitterness Is Like a Dirty Diaper
Forgiveness is the key to getting rid of the nasty emotions churning inside you.
Forgiving the Unforgivable: Marital Unfaithfulness
My husband could not ignore the fact that I had an affair, but he chose to let go of my offense. Then I had to learn how to receive it.
Help! I Married a Sinner
It didn’t take long for me to realize my spouse would fail. It gave me the opportunity to practice what I preached.
It All Starts With the Cross
Kirk and Chelsea Cameron describe what has made their “Hollywood marriage” work.
What It Means to Forgive
Thinking about forgiveness in terms of four basic decisions helps us forgive others the way God forgives us.
When It’s Hard to Forgive
As Christians, we can excuse the unforgivable in others because God has excused the unforgivable in us.