Take the time out of your busy life to celebrate that which has stood the test of time and has challenged you to become the person that you are today.
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Is joy and laughter missing from your day due to troubles? Here's how to get it back.
In a follow-up to Thursday's New Man post, it's now the wives' turn.
Sexual attraction is not the litmus test for a good relationship. In fact, it can mask problems.
There are many signs of abusive leadership, which can relate to leadership in the family, church, business, politics or any organization.
Are you needing guidance from the Lord? Watch as Karen Jensen explains how to find God's direction for your life.
At one point or another we've all been offended by someone, but as Christians we are called to walk in reconciliation. The Bible has laid out a clear plan on how to deal with offense. Do you follow the Lord's laws?
We've all suffered broken relationships with close companions during our lives—a friend, family member or spouse. What is the biblical way to respond—and heal—through those traumatic times? George O. Wood shares the answer.
When you get treated unfairly, getting back at the perpetrator is often our instinctual reaction. But David handled his situation differently, and his decisions can make a tremendous difference in your own life.
A recent Christian-dating survey revealed a shocking trend among singles in the church. But the deeper spiritual malaise it betrays is even more disturbing. Discover what you can do to reverse the descent.
As Christians, there can be pressure to "be nice" and say "yes" to everything. But there can be even more positive aspects to saying "no" to certain things and at certain times.
Few pastoral duties demand more sensitivity and tact than ministering to people whose loved one has taken his or her life. Consider the advice of this experienced Bible commentator.
Is modest really hottest? Karen Jensen Salisbury confronts cleavage, carnality and purity in a culture obsessed with showing more skin.
To avoid spiritual bankruptcy in your marriage, it's key to start investing now. Here's how seemingly "small" things can save you big in the long run.
Many millennials feel lost in the constantly evolving world of relationships. Whether with friends, family or a romantic relationship, here are some things to keep in mind as you strive to practically live out God-centered relationships.
More and more children and youth are entertaining demonically planted thoughts: "I'm gay" or "Am I gay?" We need godly counsel so we're prepared to handle this emergent reality.
"There's not bitterness in his heart about this situation," Cady said. "He sees it simply that God is going to use this for His glory. The biggest thing I've learned from Jordan is his steadfast faith."
Walking in unity with others paves the way for the miraculous. Are you ready to tap into the supernatural secret of agreement?
This month respected pastor Jack Hayford celebrates three remarkable milestones in one: 80 years of life, 60 years of ministry and 60 years of marriage. Find out how he and his wife, Anna, have been able to walk such a path of integrity and honor for so long--and how you can too.
Being in unity with God and each other releases infinite possibilities for us as believers.