Abuse is a far-ranging collection of behaviors designed to maintain power and control. But how do you know if you’re in an abusive relationship?
Leaving an abusive relationship is not a decision any woman should take lightly. If you’re making this life-altering decision, take the following into consideration.
If you are a woman recovering from domestic abuse, how do you heal and reclaim your life to become the person God designed you to be?
Want to pray more with your spouse, but don’t know where to start? Try these five simple prayers for couples.
When sex becomes infrequent, it’s natural to search for ways to spice things up in the bedroom. Yet three areas are often overlooked.
The end of your marriage doesn’t mean the end of God’s favor. But when you’re in ministry, it can feel that way. Drs. Bobby & Janice Love speak with Ron Deal about how to manage the spotlight of ministry when you walk through divorce and remarriage.
The process of planning and preparing for the wedding can help build family identity and bonding even before the ceremony.
You’ve invested time to build your relationship with your partner. You need to be just as intentional with children to co-create a blended family.
In February, we have the opportunity to learn more about the strength and history of Black individuals. Check out these ideas for celebrating Black History Month with your family.
Military personnel marry, divorce, and remarry more frequently than civilians do. Todd Gangl talks with Ron Deal about the added stressors military stepfamilies experience and how you can create a culture that gives everyone the opportunity to bond.
Does political polarization—that ever-increasing gap between political convictions—fill your family conversations with relational razor blades?
I’m encouraged by the support and solidarity I have witnessed from my Christian friends. Thank you for your expressions of heartbreak. But don’t stop there.
We need some clear, concrete directions about how to operate in the era of a global pandemic and deal with anxiety about the consequences of quarantine.
Melody Fabien joins Ron Deal for a conversation about learning to navigate between the homes, hearts, and faith of her divorced parents. Melody explains how she reconciled living between two homes and how God has redeemed her story.
Bob Lepine brings a wise and seasoned perspective to what God is doing in the world amidst COVID-19. He offers us two options on how to view the current crisis. Learn the practical comfort and profound implications of the “Providence” option, on FamilyLife Today.
When a pandemic strikes, what should Christians do? Perhaps just as importantly, what should we not do. On this special edition of FamilyLife Today, we’ll hear from FamilyLife President David Robbins, along with Dave and Ann Wilson and Bob Lepine, as we discuss a Christian response to COVID-19.
Military Wives’ 21 Best Tips for Dealing with a Spouse’s Deployment
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