Has the romantic spice left your marriage? Here are some fun and creative ways to get it back.
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You and your marriage might need these 7 tips more than you think. Are you ready to accept this challenge?
A marriage writer argues that porn is not manly, even though conquering a woman on-screen may make men feel that way in their minds.
Have you left the responsibility of raising your kids to your wife? How do you spend any extra time you might have during the day?
If you do these things, the chances of your marriage growing stronger are sure to multiply.
A growing number of believers are reading between the lines of Scripture. Is this newfound freedom or massive deception?
Is your favorite sports team more important in your life than God? Which do you spend more time with?
They all have this one prevailing trait, and it is far from unfixable.
Do you and your wife share devotional time regularly? Here are some of the benefits.
Most men I know don't seem to have the kinds of friendships they had in high school and college. What gives?
What are some methods you have employed in dealing with a defiant teen?
Sometimes, it's too easy for families to dodge conflict and shut down communication to avoid chaos in the household. Here's how to avoid that.
It's an often-used phrase, but here are some suggestions to put you on the path to becoming a better man.
Dads, what are your secrets for building a close relationship with your children? What do you need to work on?
Does your marriage need resuscitated? Here are some ways you can breathe life into it.
Here's how keeping the fire in your relationship with God will help you keep the fire in your relationship with your spouse.
What are your priorities when you arise in the morning? Is it the one true God or the god of social media?
Marriages can be messy. Why? It's because people are messy and life is messy.
Are you simply trying to be the best husband possible to your wife, or are you primarily trying to be the best possible son to God?
Here's how Satan schemes to get men to play the "busy card" as justification for the low quality of their relationships—with the Lord and with their families.