Bringing two families together under one roof was, and still is, a humbling challenge.
Solomon’s counsel is clear: we must understand ourselves, confess, renounce our sins, and turn from them.
Your husband’s unhappiness may have nothing to do with you. But that doesn’t mean there’s nothing you can do to support him.
Paul must have been thinking of families when he said, “With all humility and gentleness, with patience, bearing with one another in love.”
I remember how angry I was, even at God. I had married the man he told me to marry, so why was I experiencing this pain?
One of the specific ways we love our spouses is by saying “no” to things that cause distance or division. Consider these 5 things you can say “no” to in order to better your marriage.
This January, join hearts and hands and determine to start – and finish – this new year as a united team.
"Rejoice with those who rejoice" is a pretty easy command... except when it isn't.