While you and your spouse’s differences are real and there every day, when managed well they can help you become bigger, better people.
Lots of things can make a happy marriage, but Dr Justin Coulson focuses on just one that can make a big difference in a struggling relationship.
Marriage is washing his dirty laundry, sharing a bathroom, a toilet, a bed. It’s seeing your wife’s body change when she’s pregnant and giving birth.
5 powerful prayers that you can pray every day to build up your husband in wisdom, purpose and strength in his day to day.
A recent study has shown that the more the love between parents goes up, the more challenging behaviour in the child goes down.
By figuring out what your spouse’s love language is, you can start focusing more on the tasks they appreciate and less on the things they don’t.
Love goes through phases and stages, and you don’t always have that fluttery feeling, but that doesn’t mean that love’s not there.
My constant prayer is that our earthly marriage will end by death or by Jesus’ return, marriages end for so many reasons other than those two things.
Even if we’re practicing good habits regularly, it is easy to derail our relationship by succumbing to bad ones. The good news is there are solutions.
I have seen a similar pattern in healthy Christian marriages: they are intentional with relationship habits that anyone can apply.