When You Grow Deeper in Jesus (But Your Spouse Doesn’t)

What if God is calling you to grow deeper with him, but your spouse didn’t get the memo? Can intimacy with

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A Love that Lasts

Newlyweds Beware!

Last week, while my husband and I were in Colorado, we decided to hike some of the gorgeous trails around

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Missed Communication?

Has this ever happened to you? You speak a sentence to your spouse. It’s nothing very different, really, from any

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Husband Addiction

Reason for Hope

Like most wives, I love my husband very much. Through the years I frequently said “I love you” to my

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Lessons Learned — The Hard Way

As a divorced man now happily remarried, I learned some hard lessons about marriage from the mistakes I made the

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Innuendo . . . The Sincerest Form of Flattery

Maybe most women prefer nothing more than sappy romantic gestures, but I am not one of them. I realize this

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Relating to the Emotionally Detached Man

The Man Who Thought He Was An Ostrich “I’m so frustrated,” Carolyn said, spitting out her words. “Why do I

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marriage love

The Mystery of Love

The Choice The intense influence you have on each other creates a vulnerable atmosphere in your home. It changes from

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Help! I Married an Introvert

She’s classical. I’m rock ‘n’ roll. She’s patient. I’m impulsive. She’s soft-spoken while I can’t stop talking. She’s practical—loves the

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Your Spouse is Not the Enemy

“If a house is divided against itself, that house cannot stand.” Mark 3:25 The dice went flying across the room.

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