Let’s not go through the motions this Valentine’s Day. Life is busy, and it seems so commercialized—sure. But remember why Valentine’s Day exists and it becomes more meaningful.Let’s take it as an opportunity to consider our spouses an unmeasurable blessing and remind them of their worth. Imagine not being allowed to marry because of persecution. We get to spend valuable time with our husband/wife doing anything we can imagine—dreaming, traveling, laughing, and loving TOGETHER.
What do you get for your spouse at Christmas when you can’t stand to make another decision? We’ve got 10 fun ideas for you to try out.
I hear over and over, “Marriage is so complicated.” After 20 years of working with couples, I say over and over, “Marriage is easier than you think.” Practice one of these tiny things for a week and let us know what happens. Be nice. Don't say everything you think....
Ladies, do you find yourself being snarky to your husband way too often? I’ve done that and worse. If I could go back and sit down with my newly married self, here’s what I would tell her.I’m writing this article not as a marriage guru, but as a marriage guinea pig.
Like you, your spouse is under all sorts of stressors. From working from home to homeschooling to the economy to lack of hand-sanitizer to having to live with you, the struggle is real.
It’s amazing how many people commit to bettering themselves going into the new year. We’d like to persuade you to make a better you for a better marriage going into the new year.
Advent means “arrival”. The Christian tradition of advent is meant to focus our hearts and minds on the weight of God’s intervention in the world through Jesus Christ.
The most wonderful time of the year can be the most stressful time of the year. Both Thanksgiving and Christmas tend to bring with them increased demands on your time, energy, and money that also increase opportunities for conflict between you and your spouse.
Time is a limited resource, so how you use it matters. Are you using your time to pour into your relationships—especially your marriage? Here’s how to intentionally do that each day.