Weakening Relationship Walls that Separate

Do you have disturbing issues that are causing divisions between you and your spouse? These issues or grievances are like relationship walls that are building up and are separating the two of you. If so, it’s important to: “Deal with grievances as they arise. Don’t stack them on top of Read More…

Is What You’re Doing the Wisest Approach?

You want change to happen in your marriage, but you don’t change what you’re currently doing about it even when you see it’s not working. Hmmm… the question comes to mind, “How’s that working for you?” If it’s working, then don’t change anything. But if it’s not, perhaps you need to make Read More…

Resurrected Love in Marriage

There’s a question I’ve had posed to me MANY times. Is it possible to make a marriage work when the love is gone, and all there is left is arguing and bitterness? They’re essentially asking, is resurrected love possible? Does God raise up love, after it has died? I’ve written Read More…

Questions to Ask Before You Marry

It is said that getting married is “the most idealistic thing we will ever do.” How true that is! We didn’t think so before we got married, but we sure saw it afterward. When we enter marriage we’re filled with so many hopes and dreams. We believe they all will Read More…

Reworking Your Relationship

I was looking through a devotional book titled, “Bible Readings for Couples,” and I came across something that is appropriate to consider, within our marriages. I’m going to share some of what the authors wrote. It concerns reworking your marriage relationship when it is needed. The authors, Margaret and Erling Read More…

Build a Wonderful Marriage – MM #355

What couple doesn’t want a wonderful marriage? Most people would say, “Absolutely, sign me up!” But it takes more than wanting something to actually having it. And that’s true with having a wonderful marriage. As authors, Lilo and Gerard Leeds, who wrote the book, Wonderful Marriage say, “You don’t HAVE a Read More…

Bridging Differences That Separate Us

Before we marry, we usually don’t see the many differences that could drive us apart. We see more of our commonalities, rather than our differences. But after we marry, our differences eventually start to come to the surface. These differences can drive an ever-growing wedge between us in how we Read More…

Is Your Spouse Your BFF?

Is your Spouse your BFF? Do you consider him or her your “Best Friend Forever?” Is that the way you describe your spouse? I hope so… I grieve for those who never get to experience this wonderful aspect of a good marriage. It took us a while to get here Read More…

Marital Relationship Killers – MM #292

Most of us know many people who have walked down the aisle on their wedding day as happy and hopeful as they could be. They think they will live “happily ever after” only to eventually find themselves walking down a hallway to finalize a divorce. Maybe it’s something you’ve personally Read More…

Five Ways Couples Disagree About Money

Most of us have had the occasional heart-to-heart talk with our spouse over family finances. It probably comes as no surprise, then, that arguing about money is one of the most common arguments married couples experience. It’s not unusual at all for couples to disagree about money. However, when a Read More…