Feeling dry, unsatisfied, restless? Author Gretchen Saffles believes your life can be more -- and you can be among well-watered women. Here's how.
Gretchen Saffles knows what it's like to feel overwhelmed, unable to thrive. If you're longing for more, don't miss the way to fullness and peace (at last).
Paul David Tripp and Dennis Rainey help pastors reflect and make sure ministry has not become more important than God or their families.
How do we protect our marriages in a world that tries to pull us apart? John and Debra Fileta break down three main areas of needed protection and share invaluable advice from their own marriage.
Are you too busy? Answer this question as you learn more from Joanne Kraft, Kevin DeYoung, and Hannah Anderson.
What does it look like to live out a Christian faith and marriage in the NFL? Kirk Cousins and his wife, Julie talk about living for Christ in the world of professional football.
Kirk Cousins, quarterback for the Minnesesota Vikings, and his wife, Julie, share about how God brought them together and their walk with Him as a couple.
The year 2020 has been a year of forced togetherness--or forced isolation--paired with additional stress. Greg Smalley gives suggestions for ways to manage stress in marriage and grow together, rather than apart.
Adam Davis, former police officer and author of the book Behind the Badge, shares how he feels the weight of responsibility to God, as a law enforcement officer.
Retired police officer Adam Davis says police work takes a toll on a marriage. The stress of the job hardened Adam's heart and made him want to protect his family so badly that he quit communicating altogether.
Like many men, Cory Carlson found great success and meaning climbing the corporate ladder. But when he put too much focus on his career and not enough attention on his wife, he almost lost his marriage.
Jefferson Bethke says the average American family lives at a pace that makes it hard to walk with Jesus. He emphasize the importance of choosing a sabbath and enjoying the moment.
Rob and Stephanie Green share what kind of "help" is most beneficial to a new mother and her newborn. The Greens list the top three things a couple needs to know before the baby is born.
Pastor Rob Green and his wife, Stephanie encourage moms and dads to prepare themselves spiritually for the changes that will take place with the arrival of their newborn.