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March 30, 2020

What's Your "Argument Cycle"?

Are your disagreements with your spouse productive? Are you both able to be heard and understood, and work together for a solution that benefits the 'us' of your marriage? Or do your ...

January 08, 2020

Behind Enemy Lines

Author: Victor Marx

It's been five years since our first trip to Iraq. When I think of all that God has done through our 70 missions—our reach to identify and restore victims of evil in the Middle East—I wi

October 01, 2019

How Not To Ruin Date Night

It is the end of the week. Finally, it's date night. Work can wait until Monday. Kids have a babysitter. It's you and your sweetie. Time to relax, talk, laugh and unwind together. Then it ...

September 30, 2019

How to Complain So Your Spouse Will Listen

How many of us really do feel that if our spouse could only hear our complaints, life would be so much better? Which begs the question why, then, is it so hard for our husband or wife to ...

July 02, 2018

5 Ways to Deal with Difficult People

“My job is great,” said Priya said, “It’s just the people I work with; they drive me crazy!” No matter where you work or with whom you live, there will always be peo

November 30, 2017

11 Marriage Killers You Need To Avoid

Would you identify some of the major "marriage killers" that are most responsible for the high divorce rate that plagues today's families?

September 13, 2017

Wounds from a Friend

Author: JULIE CLINTON

Sometimes, true friendship means saying hard things. Confrontation is never fun. But all of us need people in our lives who care about us enough to say what needs to be said, even if we ...

August 09, 2017

Are You Expecting Too Much of Your Husband?

Author: JULIE CLINTON

I pushed him away and slammed the door, making it very clear to Tim that the flowers he just brought me were not what I wanted. With a despondent yet agitated look on his face, he turned ...