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?
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.
A marriage can’t be restored if only one person wants reconciliation, but don’t give up hope. God can give you the strength and wisdom you need.
In a culture of self-sufficiency, seeking help may seem shameful or weak, but teachable followers of Christ know better.
Alberto and Debbie Rodriguez were two strangers living in the same house. One was getting lonelier and lonelier … while the other was clueless.
If you drink deeply from the well of God’s love, you will inevitably pour that love into each other.
During the early years of their marriage, Jim and Nina Roesner made some life-changing decisions at Weekend to Remember getaways.
Less than 12 months after Tim and Teena Hoover married, their vows to God and to one another were shattered.
Troy and Sara Groves once said divorce was not an option. But they didn’t anticipate the struggles they’d face with weaknesses, expectations, and bitterness.
Instead of focusing on treating the symptoms, identify the underlying “disease” in your marriage with these six suggestions.
Five issues that warrant outside intervention.
Trusting my husband was not an option, but I wondered if I could trust God.
Alex and Jill Averitt learned that nothing is impossible for God.
Tracey Penrod refused to give up when she learned her husband was having an affair with his ex-wife.
Jim and Penny Nally’s barn was once a sore spot in their troubled marriage, but now is a place of hope.
No matter what your situation, I’m confident that there is hope for any marriage.
It is hard work, but someone must be willing to be the first to break the cycle if a relationship is to be restored.
One of the favorite letters FamilyLife has received over the years was from a grown daughter who expressed her amazement at the changes in her parents after they attended a Weekend to Remember marriage getaway.
A pastor says it’s essential to help couples learn how to build a true Christ-centered marriage.
Jerry and Nancy Foster’s finances and marriage were caught in a downward spiral.
People thought I was crazy. Why in the world would I hold on to someone who obviously did not want to be with me?
Had I been physically unfaithful to my husband? No. Had I committed adultery in my heart? Yes.