Many married couples are surprised when their relationship moves from the “honeymoon phase” into real life!
By: Amy Van Veen
Is your marriage fun?
For a lot of people, that question is a no-brainer. “Of course we’re having fun!” they say. But for many, this question makes them realize it’s been a long time since “fun” has been a word to describe their relationship. Continue reading “5 Simple Ideas to Have More Fun in Your Marriage”
By: Ted Cunningham
We are called to encourage one another and lift each other up. These days, it only takes a few minutes online to see a lot of hurting people and broken relationships. A quick scroll through our social media channels can be overwhelming and discouraging. Continue reading “Maintaining a Forgiving Spirit While Ministering to the Broken”
When someone’s brain is failing, the best thing you can do is love them! Dr. Gary Chapman describes how the five love languages can help people with dementia—and their caregivers—experience a powerful emotional connection. Continue reading “Loving Someone with Alzheimer’s”
Mr. Carey Casey shares about the critical importance of grandfathers in the lives of their grandkids. He addresses how to bridge the relational gap between the generations and how to model integrity to your grandchildren and leave a lasting, godly legacy. Continue reading “Being a Champion to your Grandkids”
Mark and Jill Savage open up about their own imperfect marriage — how they’ve tried to change each other, struggled with emotional intimacy, and needed counseling to work through their conflict. Continue reading “Embracing an Imperfect Marriage”
In society today, do we send unintentional messages to single people that they are somehow inferior? Are there ways that communities – and churches in particular – can be more inclusive and supportive of singles? Continue reading “Understanding Singleness in God’s Family”