Kaye Hinckley points out the mystery in marriage and asks, do you see mystery in your marriage?
While it's good to make plans, being too focused on our plan makes to hard to live life sometimes.
Ebeth Weidner ponders commitments broken and where we can truly place all of our trust.
Cassie Everts shares about the frustration she and her husband experienced in their marriage after their miscarriages, and she offers hope to others experiencing these struggles.
In the face of new theories and ideologies like “conscious coupling and uncoupling” how do Christian couples show the world that lifelong marriage is not only possible, but good?
Sarah Damm concludes her three-part series on the sacraments by discussing the mission of the sacraments in our everyday lives and the Sacraments of Mission: Holy Orders and Holy Matrimony.
In my relationship with Jesus, as in my relationship with my husband, I am often guilty of taking Him for granted.
What kind of house are you building with your marriage? Make it a brick house, advises Kaye Hinckley.
Meet Brad and Jennifer. Theirs is a story of difficulty and harrowing sacrifice. Patti Maguire Armstrong shares their journey from addiction to healing.
Megan Swaim hits upon a fun and creative way to share her love for her husband.
How to keep from killing your spouse in the empty nest years.
Calling all men to stand up and defend the dignity of all women, always!
How do you know when it's time to step down from a ministry or apostolate? Elena LaVictoire shares her recent experience.
Don't let money come between you and your spouse, says Karee Santos, because God gave it to you both for his glory.
Erika Marie reviews 101 Tips for a Happier Marriage: Simple Ways for Couples to Grow Closer to God and to Each Other by Jennifer Roback Morse and Betsy Kerekes of The Ruth Institute.