Is your marriage fun? For many, this question makes you realise it’s been a long time since “fun” has been a word to describe your relationship.
Leaders often have a unique opportunity to take the hit from hurting people and help them work through pain. Here are 5 ways to maintain a forgiving spirit while ministering to the broken.
“What we do in life, echoes in eternity” – Gladiator. It’s one of the most profound movie quotes of all time. It’s also true that what we do in life, echoes through generations and into their eternity.
Dr. Gary Chapman describes how the five love languages can help people with dementia—and their caregivers—experience a powerful emotional connection.
What is healthy masculine manhood in marriage? Serving and sacrificing for your wife, avoiding passivity, and pursuing purity in your thought-life!
Are you in the grandparent phase of life? Listen how to bridge the relational gap between the generations and how to model integrity to your grandchildren and leave a lasting, godly legacy.
Do you know a wild woman? Our culture has confused femininity and beauty with an aggressive form of sexuality and an independence from God and it’s hurting our women.
Mark and Jill Savage open up about their own imperfect marriage — how they’ve tried to change each other and struggled with emotional intimacy.
While the world celebrates, Valentine’s Day can bring up pain for those in stages of waiting or singleness.
I don’t know about you, but it’s easy to give advice, criticism and gifts, but not so easy to receive them. Today, I dare you to receive.