Is your marriage moving towards oneness or isolation? Dave and Ann Wilson discuss habits for a great marriage, and what to do when you're holding a grudge.
How do you get your marriage back to where it used to be? Author and former FamilyLife Today host Bob Lepine offers real strategies for the rough patches.
"Am I being abused?" Psychologist Dr. David Clarke helps identify red flags in a friend's relationship or your own and what to do when you see those signs.
When the abuse starts, enough is enough. Psychologist Dr. David Clarke helps you form a plan to get out so you can assess your marriage for the long term.
Bob Lepine has co-hosted FamilyLife Today for 28 years, and today, he begins his farewell week, relating to Dave and Ann Wilson some of the top takeaways on marriage from his years with FamilyLife.
If a couple's rebuilding a marriage after separation, they can expect the road to be rocky. But God can rebuild them into something better.
After dating only five months, and finding out they were expecting, Tim and Kathy Bush got married. They tell how they went from being self-focused to experiencing a Christ-focused marriage.
God can raise dead things-Clint and Penny Bragg can vouch for that. Eleven years after their divorce, God brought them back together. The Braggs tell what God had to do in each of them to get to the point of reconciliation.
Clint and Penny Bragg talk about the baggage they should have discussed before getting married and their miraculous remarriage after 11 long years.
We'd been sufficiently warned. We were working against all the odds to stay together: divorced homes. Demanding careers. And now, a chronically-ill child.
It’s your billionth fight about the same thing. Your go-to conversations throw out divorce as a threat. What should you do if your marriage is dying?
Marvin and Linda Rooks talk honestly about their three-year separation and fondly remember the circumstances that finally brought them together again.
Marvin and Linda Rooks marriage was adrift on a slow boat to isolation. The Rookses talk about the Easter Sunday that changed everything for them, and the marital separation that had each of them seeking answers.
Marvin and Linda Rooks' first six years of marriage were heaven then the children arrived, and conflict was swept under the rug. The Rooks tell how isolation began to take its toll.
Meet Dave and Ann Wilson, the new cohosts of FamilyLife Today® who bring the authentic voice of a couple who has struggled greatly in their marriage—yet found hope and help in Christ.
Tim Muehlhof talks about the reality of spiritual warfare in marriage. Muehlhoff reminds believers that the enemy of our souls is still alive and well and would love to see your marriage fail.
Tim Muehlhoff exposes the real enemy of your marriage--Satan. Muehlhoff reminds couples that their marriage is taking place on a spiritual battlefield, and evil forces have husbands and wives in their crosshairs.
Meg Miller wasn't sure her marriage would survive after she discovered porn at home. The pain she felt after her husband's betrayal consumed her. Hear how God showed her how to better relate to her husband.
Meg Miller knew marriage was going to be hard when she first tied the knot. But she was shocked to find porn on their home computer. Miller tells what she felt after her discovery.
Author Shauna Shanks felt wave after wave of discouragement, but she refused to give up on her marriage. She shares what inspired her to give herself completely in obedience to God's word.
Author Shauna Shanks never imagined her husband would ask for a divorce after ten years of marriage. But she made a decision not to give up. Find out how her perseverance and patience paid off.
In 2003 Shauna Shanks' boyfriend, Micah, proposed. As the years passed, resentment and restlessness began to set in. Shanks tells of the shock she felt when Micah asked for a divorce 10 years into the marriage.
Laura Taggart explains how the wounds of childhood carry over into our marriages. Taggart encourages listeners to fully embrace their identity in Christ, and to start seeing themselves through His eyes.
Laura Taggart knows what it's like to despair over your marriage. Taggart explains how the wheels fell off her marriage around year 13. Taggart talks about conflict she sees couples having.
In a culture of self-sufficiency, seeking help may seem shameful or weak, but teachable followers of Christ know better.
Chris and Stephanie Teague look back on their divorce and tell how God worked to get them to a place where they would consider reconciliation and remarriage.
Pastor Dave Wilson and his wife, Ann, recall an anniversary dinner that couldn't make up for the negligence Ann had felt over the years. Learn how the Wilsons brought the love back into their lives.
Dave and Ann Wilson recall their earliest years of marriage and the problems they couldn't resolve. Hear how God gave their hearts a makeover and transformed their shaky marriage.
Pastor Chris Beall and his wife, Cindy, tell how they rebuilt their marriage from the ground up. Now the Bealls help others by sharing their story and teaching husbands and wives.
Chris and Cindy Beall, co-authors of "Rebuilding a Marriage," tell how they rebuilt trust over the years after Chris's confession of porn addiction and adultery.