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March 10, 2020

Finding Hope in Your Anger

Have there been times when your spouse hurt you, and in your effort to share your hurt, you became angry? And in response to your anger, your spouse became defensive and pushed you away? ...

February 14, 2020

Where Do You Draw The Line In Your Marriage?

Conner loved me. Yet, Conner sexually acted out with other women, too. He had affairs, regularly used porn, and even engaged with prostitutes. His struggle wasn't a one-time event. It was a ...

February 10, 2020

God Can Save Your Marriage Story

Author: Tracey Russell

With one last, deep breath, I pulled out my wedding dress, the symbol of all my lost hopes and dreams. I held it and felt a surge of anger mask the pain as I clipped it to a clothes hanger ...

January 14, 2020

Embrace the Command to Love and Respect

Not all marital advice from pastors, counselors, and other professionals will apply perfectly for every couple across the board. Some are young and in love with no worries, while others are ...

January 13, 2020

How Your Brain Type Affects Your Relationships

Author: Dr. Daniel Amen

Did you know that the way you think, act and interact with others can be dependent on how your brain functions? This has been determined by the largest database of brain scans related to ...

November 19, 2019

The "Way" We Love: Our Attachment Style

How does the way we were loved and cared for growing up impact the way we get along in marriage, and even the way we parent? We were born into a family and there, in the loving arms of our ...

November 19, 2019

Is Your Marriage a "Safe Haven"?

How emotionally connected are you and your spouse? Is your marriage one where you feel understood, and in which arguments can be resolved? Where you trust each other with your hearts? Or ...

October 23, 2019

Do Relationships Outside Our Marriage Matter?

Often when stressed, depressed or overwhelmed with life, we isolate ourselves, cutting ourselves off from our most powerful life-giving resource: close friends. Research shows over and over ...