Marriage: It’s an Adventure!

by Rey Cooke How many times have you been to a bridal shower and been asked to write down your best advice for the bride to be? When being put on the spot I usually write my “go-to biblical answer” which is to put your spouse before yourself! That’s a solid answer and...

Marriage and the Weight of Monotony

by Lee Stewart When my husband and I first started dating, one of the thrills was (oddly enough) that yearning for repetition. When will he call me again? Is next Friday another date? I want more fun, more time, more affectionate words. The way he looked at me...

When Your Husband Doesn’t Want Your Jesus

by Tara Furman 1 Peter 3:2 (AMPC)—Notice the action verbs: “When they observe the pure and modest way in which you conduct yourselves, together with your reverence [for your husband; you are to feel for him all that reverence includes: to respect, defer to,...

The Purpose of Marriage

by Katie Reno Team. The one word I want to stay focused on in my marriage. God created a beautiful union between husband and wife for enjoyment, but is that the ultimate goal? Recently, my husband and I worked at changing the way we view each other and how we live...

A Story of Faithfulness

by Dianne Dougharty Mark and I have been married for forty-two years. In writing those numbers, I am thinking—certainly not! We can’t possibly be that old! The years have passed quickly and what an adventure it has been. We were young, 17 and 22 years old. We...

Battling for Your Marriage

by Michele Cable The spring of 2007 marked the beginning of a season of trials for our family. It started with the difficult miscarriage of our third pregnancy. Due to its nature, we would not be able to try again for six months. During those months we endured more...

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