Do you really want your marriage to improve? Here's why you should become a lifelong learner of your spouse.
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The question in the headline is worth asking. Shaunti Feldhahn and Craig Gross offer some candid answers.
God's ways are not subtle. We will know it when this happens.
These will hit the bull's eye for men's discipleship in your church.
Dads, here is why maybe there's a correlation between caring about your daughter's heart and caring about your daughter's feet.
These may be elementary, but the point is to do them with consistency and intentional love.
Fear of reprisal might be the obvious answer here, but there are more underlying reasons for this, and sometimes the parents are to blame.
Stop imagining your ideal self. Become it.
Simply hearing this prayer spoken over them can help your children's faith.
It's not good for man to be alone.
If you're feeling lonely in your marriage, here are some ways to reconnect with your spouse.
Your daughter needs you to focus on her heart. Here's how to do that.
This one trick can help you become a better husband and father.
Her name carries immense power.
Fatherhood demands that you have a sense of the absurd, a sense of humor, and an ability to laugh at yourself and at life. It's not always easy.
Are any of these hard to give up?
Sometimes words simply aren't enough. Here are some ways to show your wife just how special she is.
If you have a daughter and you want to touch her heart, this is a good way to do it.
Remember, each of these is a way in which you demonstrate your love for her.
Until we come to this conclusion, we will continue to harbor false expectations.