Where did we get the notion that the Christian life is a piece of cake? Where is the evidence for the "name it, claim it" theology that promises God will skip along in front of us with His great co
Forty years ago, I had on the biggest hat-vale thing you've ever seen. With about a million buttons down the back of my high-necked, Victorian-style wedding gown, I walked down the aisle toward my
Be kind and compassionate to each other, forgiving each other, just as in Christ God forgave you.
Are you married? Do not seek a divorce.
1 Corinthians 7:27
In the 1960s, the surgeon general declared cigarettes harmful to the smoker's health. More recently, researchers have warned us about the dangers of foods high in fat and cholesterol. But we hear l
Do you enjoy teasing your wife? When you're with friends, do you occasionally reveal an embarrassing secret about her?
One key to building trust is to take great care not to hurt or emb
Under Mosaic Law, a newlywed husband had a specific responsibility to "cheer up his wife which he hath taken" (Deuteronomy 24:5, KJV). That still sounds like a good idea. Time must be reserved for
If a commitment to Christ is the foundation for a successful marriage, then daily prayer together is the steady, brick-by-brick construction that provides a safe haven for genuine intimacy.