A significant chunk of "the book of love," a.k.a. Song of Solomon, talks about conflict. Matt Chandler, Tiffany Lee, Chip Ingram, and Tim Muehlhoff address the dynamics involved in conflict, and coach us toward resolution and closer relationships in the aftermath.
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 with one another, even during seasons of exhaustion or busyness, with a few intentional actions.
Women want to see their husbands as their heroes, and men want their wives to see them that way, too. So why is it so hard? Juli Slattery helps couples understand the balance between seeing flaws and speaking life.
In marriage, we can mistakenly assume our spouses know how much we love them. Authors Aaron and Jamie Ivey cheer us on to become our spouse's greatest cheerleader and to understand how vital it is to a marriage.
What does God's love look like? Authors Aaron and Jamie Ivey share that just as two different colors can add depth and beauty to a canvas, a marriage of two people is a painting that can speak the truth about God to those who experience it.
Whether you really like your spouse or you aren't feeling anything, Aaron and Jamie Ivey assert that "choosing together" in marriage is surprisingly beautiful. Listen as they share about complementing one another with purpose.
When life threatens to beat you down, don't lose sight of each other. That's the advice of authors Matt and Lisa Jacobson. Matt explains what it means to "act like a man," and love and protect your wife and children in difficult times.
Valentine's Day is coming. We'll take a look at bad Valentine gifts, the strange history behind the holiday, and the true meaning of love and marriage. Hear from Ken and Nook Tuttle, Hugh Duncan, Voddie Baucham, and Paul David Tripp.