Why living to the extreme may not be so crazy
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There is more than one kind of poverty. Many believers are hungry for the sense of belonging that genuine fellowship provides. So why are so many churchgoers lonely. Find out.
Financial arguments are strong indicators of divorce. Find out how you can avoid conflict in your marriage by heading-off money problems.
Kind words can do so many things. Find out how you can better care for your spouse by showing respect, support and love through the words you choose.
Philip Cameron, founder of anti-trafficking organization Stella's Voice, shares the love story of two orphans.
After God brought restoration to their marriage, Bob and Audrey Meisner developed these ways to help couples affair-proof their marriage.
How do you keep love and passion thriving in a chronic medical catastrophe where the suffering is not limited to a short-term illness or injury?
On the surface, Bob and Audrey Meisners marriage appeared fine. But when infidelity hitalong with an unexpected pregnancythey faced a trial few relationships survive.
These principles are the essential ingredients of a healthy and fulfilling relationship. They are foundational to keeping love alive in marriage.
Don't ignore the very things that brought you and your spouse together.
R.T. Kendall explains why the verse "I hate divorce" is relevant in today's culture, calling it one of the most important things God has said in relation to the family.
Decide today that you're in your marriage for the long haul.
Three principles to help fix your marriage before its too late.
Do you feel trapped in a marriage where the love has run out? Anne Graham Lotz says there is hope for you, as there was hope for her.
When envy invades a marriage relationship, the results are particularly tragic. Husband and wife, once a union of love and partnership, now compete for recognition and spiritual one-upmanship.
More and more women today are sensing a call of God on their livesa call to draw closer to the Lord, to grow spiritually and to minister in His name. But many hesitate to respond to that call.
Confusion over the real meaning of "headship" often leads to marital conflict, but the Bible doesn't give husbands the right to be tyrants.
Linda S. Mintle says it's time for Christians to rethink divorce.
Jack Hayford says it's time we take a hard look at why so many marriagesespecially of those in leadershipare being torn apart.