Train Up a Child . . .

A Shakespeare Who Couldn't Read? William Shakespeare is regarded as the greatest writer in the English language. Four hundred years after Shakespeare’s death, every school student still studies his life and works. However, when Shakespeare’s daughter, Judith,...

Five Steps To a Better Marriage

Five simple ideas to make your marriage better today!

Thoroughbred or Nag?

“Husbands, love your wives, and be not bitter against them” —Colossians 3:19

Family Values

Little Children Little ears are listening; Little minds run wild; Trying to be like Mom or Dad, Comes natural for a child. They want to do the things you do, And say the things you say; They’re watching and they’re listening, Even...

Marriage Tests

We all know that happiness is not handed to us on a silver platter. It is something we work toward every day. We are often tested and tried along the way. Let's look at some of the tests we might encounter as we live together with our spouse and for God.

How to Build Trust in a Marriage

How does a couple regain trust when an incident has seriously damaged it? It’s not easy. Trust Builds over Time. Research shows that deep trust only comes from seeing that your partner is there for you...

True Love

The Bible is a book about love. It assumes that married couples love each other and rejoice together (Ecclesiastes 9:9). Isaac loved Rebekah, and she brought comfort into his life (Genesis 24:67). Uriah the Hittite nourished and cherished Bathsheba (2...

Don’t Short-Circuit Your Prayers

A husband’s prayer life can be short-circuited by his relationship with his wife. Peter wrote that husbands are to dwell with their wives “with understanding, giving honor to the wife, as to...

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It's not all doom and gloom!

Marital Blessings

Blessed are the husband and wife who...