How to Show Her You Care This Valentine’s Day
What are some great ways you can make your wife feel loved and special on Valentine’s Day?
5 Ways to ATTUNE Your Marriage
“He doesn’t listen to me.” Not only is that one of the most common complaints that my wife, Pamela, has had in our marriage, it is also one we
Don’t Forget to Remember! – How Making & Marking Memories Brings Us Closer Together
Tim and Susan* walked into our office for their first-ever session of marital counseling. We detected right away the vast emotional
SOUL PEEKS: 3 Ways of a Woman You Need to Know
The soul of my wife is uniquely shaped and woven together by God. Often mysterious for sure, it is well worth the wise man’s time to take a
LOVE & HONOR: Drawing “Circles” Around Your Spouse
Have you ever found yourself in a circle of honor? I [Robert] did for just a few minutes many years ago. They were life-transforming
The Thing That Can Make [or Break] Your Marriage
There is one question we like to ask young adults about relationships. It goes something like this: You know that person that you really are
Telling Each Other the Truth at Home
The world is made up of two kinds of people: peace-keepers and truth-tellers. Most people far prefer peace-keeping over truth-telling. Truth be
Marriage is a “Mystery”
Mysteries are intriguing. In fact bookshelves, Netflix files and bestseller lists are full of them. They capture our attention and call us to
Does God Have Favorites?
Jesus seemed to favor John. Somehow God playing favorites, however, doesn’t quite jibe with the theology I was raised on. The God I learned about
5 Ways to Connect with God.
The Bible is a book of connections – connection with God and connection with our neighbor. It began with a man in deep and meaningful connection
How Good is “Good Enough”?
“I’m sick of your religion, religion, religion…” – Isaiah 1:14 The Message “It will be an ill day for us if what most humans mean by
Was Jesus Religious?
“I’m after mercy, not religion.” Hosea 6:6 The Message “Christ came when all things were growing old. He made them new.” Augustine Would