Why is church good for my marriage and yours? Here are five reasons you and your spouse should regularly attend together.
Whether it’s helping neighbors move, serving in your church, or babysitting for friends, here are five ways helping others strengthens marriage.
If you and your spouse are struggling to be a united team, here are five strategies you can put into practice for a stronger marriage.
How can you make sure that you pick friends who help marriage? Here are three suggestions of qualities to look for in your close friendships.
When your feelings direct you away from your spouse, determine to brave marriage ... even if you don't feel like it.
Researchers say men and women have distinctly different preferences on how they connect with others. Date night movies meet both his and her needs.
When it comes to teamwork in your relationship, which TV couple are you and your significant other most like? Take this fun quiz to find out.
Conflict in marriage doesn't need to feel hopeless. Here are ways you can work through it together and come out stronger.
Here are five things to tell your husband this Father's Day.
If you and your spouse are currently facing stressful decisions, here are three team-building strategies you can practice.
Even in marriage, there’s a fine line between confiding and venting. And it’s a distinction that’s important to make.
Are you struggling with teamwork in marriage? If so, here are three essential ingredients to improve your unity and togetherness.
Here are 5 things singles can do now to prepare for marriage.
Your wedding is the ideal opportunity to not only commit to your new spouse, but to making the changes necessary to help your relationship succeed. And this may require including the Grim Reaper on the guest list.
Have travel planned this spring? Consider packing these 5 marriage survival tips.
HGTV'S show "Fixer Upper" offers each of us a weekly reminder of three simple qualities all of our marriages need.
What do Darth Vader and Saul-turned-Paul have to do with your marriage and your spouse?
If change is inevitable, how can we better embrace it in our husbands and ultimately in our marriages?