Is there such a thing as a “perfect” couple? Actually, yes! And, in them, we see modeled three qualities every marriage needs.
In our dozen years of matrimony, we've been intentional to fill our relational toolbox with marriage-building, "team us"-strengthening tools.
Are your close friends male or female? If you’re a husband, my hope is that you said, “male.” And if you’re a wife like me, I hope you answered “female.”
Here are 5 ways helping others can improve your marriage.
Is there a piece of relationship advice that really gets under your skin? Here's my #1 pick.
How do you determine what you watch? Whether it's a television show, a film, or a live stage production? I have three principles that help guide my choices.
I learned an important lesson that day. Sometimes loving Ted is as easy as folding his T-shirts a particular way.
How can parents create a memorable and enjoyable holiday season for the entire family? Here are three traits.
Is it harmless for husbands and wives to have secret married crushes? While some experts say yes, I have a different opinion.
Thoughts on navigating the seven-year itch.
If you and your husband are currently grieving differently and you’re frustrated or discouraged by it, find out three things that helped us.
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?
I learned that if it hadn't been for the encouragement of Margaret Mitchell's husband, the book "Gone with the Wind" may never have seen the light of day.
What is Hugh Jackman's top advice for husbands and wives? And how should it affect us as Christians?
Enjoy this new printable, "How to Serve Your Spouse a Communication Sandwich."
What if in marriage we stopped running from conflict and instead started viewing it as an adventure?