On the eve of Valentine's Day, Pastor Mark Rutland pays a heartfelt tribute to his parents, who recently celebrated their 75th wedding anniversary.
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It's an old saying, but it still holds true. It's not what you give, but what matters more is how much thought and care you put into a Valentine's Day gift.
If you're ready to kick it up a notch and daily invest in the heart space of your daughter, here is a decoder version of how girls understand and translate your responses to them.
What do you think it takes to have a constructive conversation with someone you disagree with strongly?
What are some gifts you've given to your spouse or things you've said or done that you thought would please them but turned out to be a disaster?
The odds were against David, but he slew Goliath. Here's how to overcome the odds against you.
It's worth distinguishing between an error in judgment and an integrity problem. Can you discern which is which?
Dad, are you having trouble connecting with your daughter? These suggestions may be a big help.
Facebook has become so ingrained into our society that sometimes we forget there are major pitfalls that come along with its use.
Does your church need help in reaching its younger generation of males? Here's how to get over the hurdles.
Are you helping your children determine what to believe and what not to believe from society?
Stereotypes are tough to shake. Here are some that are especially hurtful for men.
When this happens, the world tells you that you have many choices. Will you listen to the world or to the one who made the world?
Can you describe your marriage as a well-run democracy, or is it in chaos and in need of a stimulus package?
In a follow-up to Thursday's New Man post, it's now the wives' turn.
What are some other things you think husbands should stop doing?
If we are willing to go so far as to die for them, why is it that we often don't seem willing to live as a godly example for them?
As a follow-up article to "Why Do Men Cheat," here are some reasons why women have strayed from their husbands.
Here are some reasons—not justifications—why some men feel the "need" or desire to be unfaithful.
You might think the answer to that question is infidelity. Think again.