Do We Need More Books on Marriage?

While I have learned so much from marriage books, the best lessons have been learned from watching and interacting with other couples.

How to Celebrate Valentine’s Day When One of You Hates It

Special occasions like Valentine’s Day are loaded with specific expectations. Emotions can run high when a couple neglects to find a happy medium. The good news is you can work together to create a memorable experience.

8 Characteristics of a Healthy (and Happy) Sex-Life

One of the most prevalent topics we get questions about is sex and intimacy. And for good reason: sexual intimacy is an important part of marriage, but it also tends to be one of the most misunderstood.

The Purpose of Sex as Worship

God’s gifts are perfect, holy, and never so simple as to only serve one purpose or be used for one thing. The same is true for sex. Sex can also be used as a tool for worship.

How to Have a Good Relationship with Your In-Laws

When we get married, we aren’t just marrying our spouse. That’s because our spouse usually has a family of their own—parents, siblings, grandparents, and cousins. When we get married, we become a part of that family.

Sex, Jesus, and the Conversations the Church Forgot

It’s time to begin reclaiming sex for the glory of God. It’s time to invite Jesus back into the bedroom. It’s time to start the conversations that the church forgot. And to stand up, boldly, as a body of believers, and defend the most intimate act of worship and praise we’re free to know.

Millennial & Married: What I’ve Learned Six Months In

In the summer of 2017, I made one of my boldest decisions yet. I committed myself in holy matrimony to the most beautiful woman I have ever known. My heart was happier than ever before. I couldn’t have been more sure. Here are some of the things I’ve learned six months into marriage as a millennial.

The Art of Giving and Receiving Compliments

Words are life in a healthy relationship. Some of the most important words in any relationship are kind and encouraging words in the form of compliments. In my work as a marriage coach I’ve discovered that not everyone understands how to give and receive compliments. There’s a bit of an art to giving and receiving compliments.

5 Things Mentally Strong Couples Avoid

In his book Blueprint for Life, Mike Kendrick writes, “All of us have struggled at times with negative thoughts, either from learned patterns in our relationships or from distorted perspectives we’’ve picked up along the way. You’’ve probably noticed that you can’t really change your behavior without changing your thoughts.

5 Spending Habits That Drove My Spouse Crazy

While money is a bedrock of stability and happiness in a marriage, many couples avoid talking about finances altogether. But when you’re married and sharing a life with someone, it’s the everyday things that can make or break a relationship.

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