More is not always better, and stuff does not lead to happiness. Continue reading “Simplifying Life, Living More Fully”
Ah . . . this will be a breeze.
Since our kids are grown and out of the house, Dale and I thought many of the issues of blending families wouldn’t affect our second marriage. We also assumed that as adults, our kids wouldn’t be affected by our decision to tie the knot. Yeah, right! Continue reading “Navigating Midlife Remarriage”
The way you’re wired impacts how you respond to stress. Continue reading “Practical Help for When You’re Overwhelmed”
Have you ever felt like you were in the “daily grind” of marriage?
It’s time to change that perspective, as we explore how to bring fun and laughter back into your relationship, and even enjoy your spouse when they drive you crazy! Continue reading “Having Fun in Your Marriage”
How does your marriage survive after your spouse admits to having an affair? Continue reading “Overcoming the Obstacles of Infidelity”
By: Michael Ross
“I’m a Christian, but I don’t understand why the church creates so many rules for sex,” 17-year-old Alex says. “Where in the Bible does it say it’s off-limits for singles? And what if I don’t ever want to get married? Does this mean I’ll have to remain celibate?” Continue reading “Communicating to Teens That Sex Is a Sacred Affair”
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”
Dannah Gresh shares the importance of helping your daughter gain body confidence, instead of body consciousness. Continue reading “Developing Body-Confidence in Your Daughter”