There is a lot of confusion among Christians today regarding what makes for a godly marriage. Much of this controversy centers around how a husband and wife interact with each other. Here are six ways a Christian wife cherishes her husband.Read More
Civility seems to be an increasingly uncommon attribute in much of the world. You don’t have to look further than the comments section of online articles to find lots of rude—and even cruel—remarks. Christians should be known for being especially gracious, loving, and kind. Here are seven attributes of the considerate Christian.Read More
Do you know unmarried couples who attend church, have consensual sex, and may even live together? According to a study by the Barna Group, of the 65 percent of American adults who are okay with cohabitation, a good number of them identify themselves as Christians. What does the Bible have to say about sex before marriage?Read More
We all come into marriage with a bit of baggage, whether we like to admit it or not. Paul’s call in Romans 15 to live in harmony and glorify God together with one voice involves something deeper happening in our hearts and minds first. Here are three ways the gospel brings harmony to your marriage.
It's not fun to be treated poorly by anyone, but why do people who are supposed to be loving, kind, and forgiving—yes, I'm referring to Christians—behave badly? Here are six reasons.Read More
Despite its aggressive title, the Western “Hostiles” is really about forgiveness, reconciliation, and learning to respect others—even those you might regard as enemies. Writer-director Scott Cooper manages to craft beauty out of horror; friendship out of hate; faith out of doubt; and strength out of weakness.Read More
Vice President Mike Pence does not dine alone with a woman other than his wife; nor does he attend events where alcohol is served without his wife by his side. These guidelines are now known as the Pence rule (also called the Billy Graham rule). Here are five biblical reasons why the Pence rule shows wisdom.
You’re not supposed to do it. According to marriage books and the Bible, love keeps no accounting of who did the dishes last, who plans the meals, or who has the longer commute. In the first months of marriage, however, I had clearly won the imaginary game and had more points than my husband.Read More