She searched her home for something she could take to end the pain, instead, she found God’s protection.
Our intentions to do good can also pull us away from the most important human relationship in our lives.
We thought we knew it all, but the Weekend to Remember® marriage getaway gave us practical help that was built on a solid foundation of biblical truth.
A break is the perfect opportunity to reconnect with your spouse and face the stress of the holidays together.
Here are a few ways to make spending during the holidays less stressful.
It takes diligence and commitment to remember that your spouse needs to know how much they mean to you on a daily basis.
You might make sure to head to the doctor each year like clockwork, but when is the last time your marriage had a physical?
You don’t have to look far in order to find advice for how you can improve your marriage. Articles are all over the internet about what you should say to sustain your spouse’s interest, the type of clothes you should wear to appear more attractive, and how you can be even more intimate with your partner.
Marriage is a relationship that will transform you, if you let it. Saying “I do” is only the beginning of a lifetime of laughter, frustration, forgiveness, happiness, and deep joy. It’s worth it.
What was the last negative statistic you heard about marriage? Most of us can quickly cite sources that point to the fact that half of all marriages end in divorce.
Spending an entire weekend learning how to communicate, grow in oneness, and love one another better was like hitting a reset to our busy lives.
There’s a secret that nobody likes to tell dating or engaged couples: Marriage is really hard.
Communication in marriage is not easy. But the fight to communicate is worth the work. In the end, you’ll find a thriving marriage rooted in oneness, not division.
Having divorced parents doesn’t mean your own marriage will also end in divorce. You are not destined to live out the same mistakes as your parents.
At the Weekend to Remember marriage retreat I found a profound sense of community. It reminded me of one simple fact: We are not alone.
Conflict over money and infidelity might be some of the most common reasons for getting a divorce in our society, but I’d argue that there’s a more common root to most separations:“I’m just not happy anymore.”
For Hans and Star Molegraaf, their marriage wasn’t headed for disaster. It was already there.
Scott Garmon couldn’t understand why he should stay in an unhappy marriage.
Their marriage was all but over when Dolores Hardin offered an astonishing and radical proposal to her husband, Al.
Both Vivian and Guy had been married before, and the frustrations of trying to blend their two homes had reached a breaking point.
Darrel and Evie Couch experienced years of turmoil in their marriage after he returned from the Vietnam War.
Tom and Maureen Santacroce wanted to stay together. They just didn’t know how.
Nobody knew Dale and Laura Danser were experiencing problems in their marriage. Attending an I Still Do event was the turning point.
Danny and Nora White married after a whirlwind Sound of Music courtship. But when they began to drift apart, they wondered if their marriage was a mistake.
Silas and Natalie Curfman have kept their vows ‘in sickness and in health’ through emotional illness.
Today Diana Rivadeneira is grateful that God gave her and Eduardo another chance.
Allen and Carmella Bryant were so busy that they had no time for each other. Something had to change.
When Michael was accepted to law school, he and Catie had no idea what a strain it would put on their relationship.
Henry Thames tossed a Weekend to Remember® brochure on the bed and said to Lori, “Here’s the only chance we’ve got.”
Dusk and Amy Bennett suffered a series of setbacks that nearly derailed their marriage.
Adam and Laura Brown had no hope … could one weekend really save their relationship?
Mike and Pam Calvert’s story shows that broken homes and broken marriages can be put back together again.
Attraction turned to isolation and even hatred as Dave and Sonya learned how difficult it was to blend two families together.
Scott Jennings lived in a world of lies, affairs, and deceit until it all fell apart.
By the time Hank and Ruth Robinson reached their six-month anniversary, they both believed they had made a terrible mistake.
A young law enforcement officer watches an elderly couple model lifelong commitment and faith … and his life is changed forever
The interviews on FamilyLife’s daily radio program help me make daily choices that are honoring to the Lord.
We needed a biblical foundation for our marriage.
My husband, Rob, and I have worked through many struggles and problems in our marriage. The fact that we remain married is a testament to God’s grace and power.
There was a rift between us, and someone had to make the first move.
Divorce wasn’t an option for either of us, but we didn’t want to spend the rest of our married lives just tolerating each other.
It’s not the old marriage but a new marriage with God at the center.
Is lifelong marriage still possible? Couples married 50 years or more share advice for your marriage.
It wasn’t until the family had to care for Sophie, that they truly understood for the first time how much Roy cared for her.
For Rick and Beverly Weeks, marriage was not the fairy tale they expected.
I knew I could either stand up for my rights and risk ruining the evening, or surrender it to God and trust Him.