Our kids need us to speak life-giving words to them. This story from my husband’s middle school years and its modern-day impact demonstrates why.
Here are three things every couple needs to know about oneness in marriage.
My favorites this month in music, movies, and fun stuff for my kids.
If you and your husband are currently grieving differently and you’re frustrated or discouraged by it, find out three things that helped us.
We’re sharing five practical ways you and your spouse can stop your differences from dividing you.
Are you struggling to practice patience in marriage? Here are four things you can do.
What's one way you can overlook your spouse's flaws? It all has to do with focus.
If you were to ask your kids what you do well as a couple, what would they say? Better yet, what do you hope they'd say?
How about the next time you suspect your spouse may be sensing God’s direction, you decide to take a leap of faith and say, “Okay!”
Are you parenting an angry child? Here are some tips on how you can help your kid control, process, and express anger better.
Do you and your spouse have any common enemies? Ted and I do. You see, we've observed that common enemies have a way of uniting people, including husbands and wives. Today I'm over at Managing Your Blessings talking about "The Uniting Power...
If change is inevitable, how can we better embrace it in our husbands and ultimately in our marriages?
Are you and your spouse wanting to kick off the new year right? Here are three great ways couples can team up for the new year.
If you could "do over" any day, what day would it be? My daughter Savannah recently asked me this question. I was surprised to discover what my answer -- and hers -- revealed about us both.
Do you or your spouse always need to be right in your marriage? If so, being right in marriage is the wrong goal to have. Here’s why.
If solving problems together has been difficult lately, then maybe it’s time for you to start a new date-night tradition.
Here are three ways to navigate personality clashes with others.
Time-Warp Wife is currently hosting a "Women Living Well" summer book club and this post is my contribution.
Ashleigh Slater