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.
If you're willing to wade into the deep waters, God will help you put the pieces of your broken relationship back together. You can survive—and even thrive.
Dave and Ann Wilson talk about how unresolved conflict builds bigger walls within a marriage, and they share the most important key for building stronger relationships.
Dave and Ann Wilson relive the details of a particular story of conflict from their marriage. They explain how they resolved it, and how it brought them closer to one another.
Conflict in marriage is neither good nor bad. Dave and Ann Wilson say it can even improve your relationship when it is resolved constructively.
Author and blogger Sheila Wray Gregoire shares what she's learned about conflict resolution in over 20 years of marriage.
Sheila Gregoire, author of "9 Thoughts That Can Change Your Marriage," reflects on her early years of marriage. After she decided to change her way of thinking, her marriage began to improve.
Corwin Anthony of Athletes in Action talks about encouraging and spiritually supporting players in the NFL.
What will your daughters remember as your best advice to them? Join Barbara Rainey as she shares wisdom from letters she wrote to her daughters.
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.
Barbara Rainey encourages young women in their roles as wives and mothers and shares the need for older women to pass down wisdom to the next generation.
You have strengths your husband doesn’t have. It takes a bit of wisdom and skill to help in a harmonious, nonthreatening way.
Counselor Ron Deal breaks down the most common and vexing issues facing remarried couples, as he provides real solutions and keen insights into the complexities of remarriage.
When it comes to the issues of marriage, according to blended family expert Ron Deal, remarried couples sail in a completely different ocean.
God's faithfulness over 40 years is worth celebrating. We depend on His continued favor to continue to reach families one home at a time.
The message was vital; the challenge was how to spread it far and wide. The answer? A national radio program called "FamilyLife Today."
During the 1980s and 1990s, millions of couples found help and hope for their marriages and families, thanks to God's favor and faithfulness.
Hurting marriages and a disintegrating cultural ethic. Sound familiar? In 1976, the FamilyLife Marriage Conference was born to address these pressing issues.
When Dennis and Barbara Rainey were newlyweds, God called them to a unique ministry to engaged couples. Hear how FamilyLife began in 1976.
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.
In a culture of counterfeits and mistruths, marriage needs to be re-branded as an awesome, noble, and challenging adventure.
Karen Ehman and Nicole Unice, former controllers, discuss how parenting is all about training your children to make wise choices and eventually working yourself out of a job.
At home, who gets their way most of the time? Is it you or your spouse? Author Karen Ehman and Nicole Unice share from their life experiences of letting go of control.
Nicole Unice and Karen Ehman believe that the root of control is fear or pride. Husbands can help their wives to put life in context and encourage them to be okay with less than perfect.
Mark Hancock, chief executive officer of Trail Life USA, a Christian outdoor adventure program for boys, tells how he helped launch Trail Life USA.
Patti Garibay, national executive director of the faith-based organization, American Heritage Girls, talks about how the organization began and how today it is helping girls.
Matt Hammitt's career was taking off as lead singer for the band Sanctus Real. But after multiple awards and accolades, he had to make a decision. Do I lead a band? Or do I lead my family?
Sometimes marriage expectations collide head on with reality. Brian Goins and his wife, Jen, tell couples how to get their expectations in the bedroom down to reality.