Feeling the drift in your marriage? Author Gary Thomas explores how intimacy with God helps us go the distance in marriage and fight for lifelong love.
Could closeness with God breathe passion in your marriage? Author Gary Thomas helps you chase down spiritual purpose for closeness that lasts a lifetime.
Feeling lonely in marriage? Dr. Greg Smalley offers ideas to help you resolve conflict, start talking about what you're carrying -- and move back together.
Life has a way of moving us into roommates in marriage when we want to be soulmates. Ron Deal talks with Dr. Greg Smalley about how to stay deeply connected.
Are there any patterns in my life which are negatively influencing my marriage? Authors Kevin and Marcia Myers say that addressing those "elephants" can breathe new life into your relationship.
Would your spouse say they feel "heard"? Authors Kevin & Marcia Myers help unearth a new level of intimacy through the power of intentionally listening.
Remember newlywed-land? (What's changed?) Authors Kevin & Marcia Myers help get back to where you started--and recreate the spark.
Marvin and Linda Rooks talk honestly about their three-year separation and fondly remember the circumstances that finally brought them together again.
Dave and Ann Wilson respond to a listener's difficult living situation by using the biblical story of Jacob's wife Leah, to offer hope and encouragement.
Matthew Arbo wants couples who struggle with infertility to know God is with them. He encourages couples to seek out a counselor or pastor to help process their grief and loss.
Matthew Arbo tackles the tough topic of infertility. Arbo offers words of comfort to those who long for a child.
Dave and Ann Wilson want couples to know that when they draw closer to God, they will become closer to their spouses emotionally and sexually.
Pastor Dave Wilson and his wife, Ann, talk about marital conflict. The Wilsons admit that they had a lot to learn about conflict when they got married. Together they share what they've learned.
Dave and Ann Wilson look back on a turning point in their marriage. Dave takes us back to his big wake up call, and together they share what they did to get their marriage back on track.
Army Chaplain Darren Turner and his wife, Heather, talk about the realities of deployment. Dr. David Evans and his wife, Esther, tell how they first heard about the Turners and what motivated them to turn their story into a movie.
Army Chaplain Darren Turner and his wife, Heather, join producer David Evans and his wife, Esther, to talk about the release of the new feature film about the Turner's life, "Indivisible."
Conflict over money and infidelity might be some of the most common reasons for getting a divorce in our society, but I’d argue that there’s a more common root to most separations:“I’m just not happy anymore.”
Every day each partner in a marriage makes choices that result in oneness or in isolation.
A husband and wife often begin drifting apart so slowly that they hardly recognize it's happening.
No matter how much effort goes into a garden, it will all be in vain if you don't deal with weeds.The same goes with marriage.
Jerry and Olivia Dugan wanted to stay married but didn’t know how.
Every marriage, no matter how good, needs a plan to combat isolation and to bring about intimacy.
Before she got a divorce, her mother had one task for her to complete.
Even though we seldom can see how God uses trials for our future benefit, He has promised to use them for good, and He is faithful to keep His word.
By the time Doug and Patty Daily faced their most difficult trial, their marriage had come a long way from the days when they prayed one of them would die.
Seasons of disappointment have the power to empty us or empower us—the deciding factor is our response to our circumstances.
Defeating isolation in your relationship.