Not dealing with past pain puts a real strain on a marriage. Why didn't it work when you've tried to resolve past pain before? Read on.
May God bring you great growth in your life and marriage this week as you let Him address the underlying problems and show you what to do.
Today, we're talking about people who are not willing to do what it takes to deal with past emotional pain that is messing up their marriage.
Oftentimes, dealing with emotional pain in marriage means recognizing there's even a problem in the first place, and seeking God to heal it.
We just took an amazing hiking trip and found many similarities between climbing a mountain and thriving in your marriage during a pandemic.
The word “love” is thrown around so much in our society. But when asked, what do women really say their husbands do or say that make them feel loved?
What does showing respect to your husband look like? From hearing "I trust you" from his spouse or knowing you have his back, respect comes in many forms.
Discipline yourself to practice things that enhance your marriage because stability and commitment are needed now more than ever. It's your time to shine!
Jesus said He wants to heal our pain. We're giving you a helpful tool in understanding why we over-react with our spouse and how to heal from that pain.