Attachment-based intimacy is about building and maintaining a special lifelong bond with the loved one.
Six practical ways to support stronger, healthier marriages in your church.
As inclusive as the Church strives to be, one group that tends to feel alienated is single adults.
After years counseling individuals and couples struggling with pornography and its impacts, we shared in our eBook the 3 most common myths of using pornography — and the universal truths that debunk them
Help for those facing anxiety and depression in your congregation.
Tips to raise resilient children, aware that life can present challenges but confident that they can cope.
Marriage is a beautiful thing, and highly celebrated in church. But where does that leave single adults?
54.1%: The percentage of the 2.8 million first-time illicit drug users in 2013 who were under 18 years of age.*
As the years pass in marriage, it’s easy to take for granted the bonding power of touch, or to reserve all physical relating to the bedroom. But physical intimacy involves so many types of physical connection — not just sex.
With pornography more accessible through its widespread availability online, a large number of Americans are affected by habitual use — many of whom are regular churchgoers.