Changing the course of marriages strengthens the family, church and culture. While many couples are in quarantine all day, every day together, it is likely they will experience some conflict. One practical way to support a healthier marriage is to walk a couple through the pain and peace cycle.
Marriage is on the decline although it remains the penultimate relationship between two people according to Scripture. Here are three big statistics from our free eBook on the state of marriage today.
Recently, we shared three more myths about marriage — deeply-held beliefs that can stunt a couple’s growth if left unaddressed. Here, we cover universal truths to combat these myths.
Essential truths every married couple can benefit from
Oftentimes during marital conflict, it’s easy to point blame at the other party — without recognizing or even noticing our role in the fight.
Six practical ways to support stronger, healthier marriages in your church.
Here are four universal truths about marriage in response to our recently posted commonly held myths.
As you counsel couples toward marriage, you are bound to hear one of — if not all three — of these deeply-held beliefs.
The transition to marriage can present quite the challenge.
When two can look at the relationship as an identity in and of itself — the third identity of “us” — they start to move together in cooperation, not conflict.