What makes a marriage flourish? Here are 7 secrets of a long and satisfying marriage.
Great relationships thrive on little things: compliments, intentional caring behaviors, thoughtful deeds that say, “I love you!”
God laid on my heart this week to share a two-part blog series with you again. “Someone needs this,” I heard Him whisper. Maybe it’s you.
Feeling cranky, tired, discouraged or edgy? Sure, it could be hunger or hormones, but the problem could go deeper.
I’m done. Finished. Last One. That’s what I said the last time. But this time I mean it. Ever uttered those words? If it hadn’t involved our entire neighborhood, I probably wouldn’t have attempted it–again. Digging out, sorting through, putting stuff out, packing it back–or giving it away–the entire scenario of yet another garage sale stirred up dusty arguments that refuse to die.
Even the best marriages experience ups and downs. But people are watching our marriages to see if the light’s really on. What would they say about yours?