Kristen Clark and Bethany Baird explain why they don't allow the culture to define who they are, but look to the Scriptures to help them fulfill their roles as nurturers, helpers, and life-givers.
LInda Dillow and Lorraine Pintus tell about a woman who wanted to bless her husband. Shaunti Feldhahn and Cindy Easley discuss the relationship needs of husbands.
Barbara Rainey talks honestly about the benefits and challenges of sex through the various seasons of marriage. Rainey encourages wives to make sexual intimacy a high priority throughout their marriages.
Barbara Rainey reminds her daughters and others that marriage is a marathon, and getting to know your husband as a man is a lifetime pursuit.
LeRoy and Kimberly Wagner share how her apology proved to be the turning point that led to reconciliation. Over time, the Wagners learned to appreciate their differences and to put love first.
With their marriage problems seemingly irreparable, LeRoy Wagner decided to step down from his pastorate. Kim Wagner retreated to a cabin, where God dealt with her attitude.
LeRoy and Kimberly Wagner take us back to their honeymoon, where poor communication skills, combined with hurt feelings, set a pattern that would lead them to bitterness and isolation.
Robyn McKelvey discloses some of the reasons a woman might not be fully invested in sex with her husband, and reminds women of the privilege it is to be their husband's sole lover and companion.
Robyn McKelvey, a wife to Ray for over 25 years and a mother of nine, talks honestly to women about enjoying and thriving in a sexual relationship with their husbands.
In the midst of my pain and self-centered complaining, I exhausted my husband and saddened God.
Barbara Rainey invites young women to encourage their husbands to lead, and follow when they do.
Barbara Rainey helps wives understand that a husband is designed to be the leader of the home, and a wife is called to follow him.
Marriage should be a work of art, and the best marriages are definitely collaborative works. Barbara Rainey shares marriage lessons taken from a pallet of more than four decades of matrimony.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Michael and Hayley DiMarco talk about how the fruit of God's Spirit can powerfully transform a person's life, as well as a marriage.
Marriage wasn't going well for Michael and Hayley DiMarco. Then Hayley studied the fruit of the Spirit as promised in Galatians 5:22-23, and realized she wasn't tapping into the power available to her.
If you could have a "do over" in life, what would you want to redo? Barbara Rainey and Karen Loritts comment on the hardest part of living out biblical womanhood in their own lives.
Barbara Rainey talks about the high and noble calling of being a wife. Barbara acknowledges that while marriage is sweet, it's not easy, especially when dealing with differences.
What are you more focused on? Your husband's faults or his virtues? Barbara Rainey, creator of Ever Thine Home®, talks to wives about being their husband's biggest supporter.
Marriage has taught me how different I am sexually from my husband.
Barbara Rainey talks about walking through the storms of life. Barbara recalls one of their hardest seasons of life, and tells how they continued to believe in God's sovereignty through it all.
How does marriage work when the wife has a high-power position in the working world?
How you can put wind in his sails.
Courtney Reissig recalls her courtship with her husband, Daniel. Although she'd left feminism behind, Courtney tells how difficult it was to follow her husband early in their marriage.
Author Courtney Reissig explains that to most feminists, equality equals sameness. Reissig shares how God changed her from a staunch feminist to a Bible-believing wife and mother.
Growing up, Courtney Reissig believed she could do anything boys could do and tried her hardest to prove it. Courtney tells how God gradually changed her heart.
If we love our husbands so much, asks speaker Ann Wilson, why do we so often tear them down with our words? Ann encourages women to choose their words wisely.
Women and men are different, right? Ann Wilson punctuates that obvious point with a resounding "YES" as she exhorts wives to use the power of their femininity to build up their husbands.
Is Fifty Shades of Grey just an intriguing story, or something much more dangerous? Dannah Gresh and Dr. Juli Slattery tell why the themes and tone of this erotic tale misleads those who read it.
Why all the hype about Fifty Shades of Grey? With its dark overtones, why are so many Christian women being drawn to it? Here to answer those questions and more are Dannah Gresh and Dr. Juli Slattery.
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.
Barbara Rainey encourages women to raise their vision and discover God's third essential calling on their lives--being women who are world-changers.
Barbara Rainey discusses two essentials for every married woman--being a woman of the Word and being a helper to her husband.
When you're caught in emotional adultery, these four steps will help guide your heart back to your spouse.
Your spouse is likely to reflect what he or she hears and feels from you
Here are 18 tips we think your husband will love.
What to do when you lose respect for your husband.
It's important to realize there are different ways to give spiritual leadership in the home.
A wife has the unique ability to help her husband feel the freedom to reach his fullest potential as the man God has created him to be.
Seeking grace and serving God in the midst of ordinary days.
Love your husband without expectation and respect him as the man God created him to be.
Robyn McKelvy and her husband, Ray, tell you how to build up your husband through encouragement. Robyn explains that as your husband receives encouragement, it will give him the confidence and support to know he is valued.
Author and FamilyLife marriage conference speaker Robyn McKelvy, along with her husband, Ray, explain why being a wife is a whole lot like being a cheerleader.