When my husband and I drove through Europe, we frequently found ourselves caught up on rotary traffic circles in the cities (some call them “roundabouts”).…View More Interrupting Negative Circles In Your Marriage
Every day our organization works with people whose marriages are in crisis. We hear the stories – infidelity, control, selfishness, and much more. So how do we answer the question, “Should I stay married for my children?”View More Should I Stay Married For My Children?
Having a baby turns your marriage upside-down. There’s no denying it. You take on these new roles of “Mommy” and “Daddy” and within that, it can be hard to relate to each other. You can feel more like colleagues working together on an important project than lovers. But it’s important to remember your real relationship. So how do you do that?View More Child-Proofing Your Marriage
During the 1970’s my grandmother clipped “Love is” cartoons from the daily newspaper. Just in case you don’t remember (or if you are too young to know what I am talking about) it was a cartoon created by Kim Casali. The cartoons originated from a series of love notes that Grove drew for her future husband, Roberto Casali.View More Love Is…
Keeping romance alive is important in a marriage. Have you ever wondered why romance novels account for 48.6 percent of the mass market (paperback) book sales in the United States? Or why soap operas are so popular?View More Ten Ways For Husbands to Nurture Romance
“Your counselor told her that I have her right under my thumb.” He pushed his coffee cup aside and ground his thumb into the table. I could not tell if he agreed with the analysis or if he resented it.View More Under My Thumb
I am sorry to say that for many years I had an incorrect perspective of my wife, and women in general. Over time the enemy…View More A Wife is a God-Given Gift — And Should be Treated Like One
It is likely no surprise to you that God has wired women and men differently.View More 10 Things Guys Wish Women Knew About Men
Does the teaching of Paul regarding being unequally yoked have application to marriage? Specifically: may a believer marry an unbeliever? May a Christian marry one who is not (i.e., a Jew, a Buddhist, an atheist, etc.)? Does God recognize such unions as legitimate marriages?View More Unequally Yoked Together. Does 2 Corinthians 6:14 Apply to Marriage
She could not look people in the eye as they greeted her. Head down, shoulders slumped; she headed to the nearest open seat and quietly…View More Stop Controlling Me!
One of the most significant things I learned during my addiction, which is probably true with any addiction, is that it removed me from the position of spiritual leader of my household.View More Reclaiming My God-Given Role as Spiritual Leader
Is it okay for a married but separated person to date other people? The question definitely is not new. The situation that brought it to…View More Separation, Divorce, Morality and Dinesh D’Souza
As I am writing this, it is Sunday afternoon, and I have just returned home from Church. This morning I taught a group of young…View More The Pitfalls of Pornography
A critical issue that I struggled with in my spiritual battle regarding my addiction, even after I became a Christian, was rationalizing my behavior. I…View More Is Watching Porn Adultery or Sin?
I know firsthand of a handsome young man just this side of maturity who recently leased a new luxury car with a sticker price twice…View More Phony Matrimony