Becky Thompson recalls how she met and then married her husband, Jared. Thompson calls wives back to what they promised at the altar-to love, honor, and cherish their husbands through thick or thin.
Becky Thompson challenges wives to remember their courtship and do the things they did back then in order to see their marriages thrive.
Good communication requires certain rules and guidelines, which are simple in one sense and extremely difficult in another.
Who's at the helm of your marriage? Sara Horn challenged herself to practice biblical submission for a year. What she experienced during those 12 months changed her and transformed her marriage.
Would your husband say that you're a submissive wife? Sara Horn talks about the ups and downs of her year trying to practice biblical submission.
A wife can help her husband be what God wants him to be by understanding his needs.
Your encouragement can breathe life into your husband.
Don't let another day go by without communicating admiration for your husband.
No matter what your marriage stage—newlyweds, raising young children or teenagers, empty nest with grandkids—we share some common needs as wives.
Likewise, you can strengthen your husband's self-esteem. But first you must recognize where he needs bolstering.
A list of things to pray for your husband
Kristen Clark and Bethany Baird talk about what it means to be a Christian woman in a sexualized culture.
Kristen Clark and Bethany Baird recall their adventure into fashion modeling. What they discovered inside the modeling business made them both decide to walk away forever, with their standards intact.
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.