Jay Stringer talks about sexual brokenness and our culture's growing obsession with sex. A crisis often drives people to seek help when their behavior is exposed, but often what they are taught is merely lust management which doesn't get to the root issue.
Porn is disgusting, fake, and destructive, right? So how could your husband be tempted by it? Shaunti Feldhahn explains, with brain science and biblical wisdom, that while never excusing the sin, you can play a compassionate role in helping him win the battle.
Does your husband sulk or get angry over the weirdest things? Shaunti Feldhahn explains common mail triggers and what's underneath them. She also provides a "next day rule" that will help you avoid these conflicts altogether.
Wives often think their husbands need sex for only physical reasons. Wrong. Shaunti Feldhahn reveals why having his wife's desire meets a deep emotional need for a husband that will strengthen the bond of marriage and bolster every other area of his life.
A panel of experts answers some of your toughest questions about marital intimacy. Voddie Baucham, Juli Slattery, DA and Elicia Horton, and Ron Deal address difficult situations with truth from Scripture.
Robert Wolgemuth points out lies the culture promotes that men believe if they're not careful. He exposes nine areas where men get deceived, and shares about his childhood and how he learned the consequences of lying.
Robert and Nancy Wolgemuth fondly remember the days of their courtship when they discussed becoming a blended family. Robert gives his best advice for husbands seeking to shepherd well. Ron Deal joins them.
If you're not meeting your husband's need for sexual intimacy, then both of you are missing out. Author Rhonda Stoppe says wives need to affirm their husbands with words and actions, in and out of the bedroom.
From the FamilyLife Today vault, Shaunti Feldhahn and Barbara Rainey discuss the emotional needs of wives as it relates to intimacy. Tommy Nelson offers his counsel to young people approaching marriage.
Bill and Vonette Bright tell the story of their wedding day. Juli Slattery mentions the need for the church to be more open about discussing blblical sexuality. Other guests include Tim Gardner and Barbara Raney.