Is your relationship going through a tough time? There’s hope.
All of us have heard of God’s fathering heart, but it sometimes comes as a surprise when people talk about His mothering heart.
Is your dating relationship going through an “adjustment” right now? Here are a few tips to help you navigate these new waters.
Whatever this job leads to, it will work out for your good. God doesn’t waste anything.
God wants to take your dry, barren places and cause them to start producing life.
Here are three relationship tips that can help you stir up your love for your partner during the “down times.”
What does the Bible mean when it says the husband is the “head” of the wife?
Marriage is a creation of God—something powerful, holy, and capable of shifting the world.
Gratitude will transform your marriage, and here’s a powerful tool that can make it happen.
Whether you are single or married, these prayers can be a good starting point for blessing your husband. Going to God is always the answer, no matter the situation.
When you live in financial reality, you can have peace about spending money on a date.
We can’t allow fear to close doors our heavenly Father might want open.
Behind every frustration is a wish. Behind every criticism is an unexpressed desire.
I feel like I see amazing love stories happen all the time. Here’s what makes a story truly magical.
Singleness can feel like a weight around your neck, but this isn’t what God wants for you.
The more you respect the women in your life, the more you will be interested in asking them out and being in an actual relationship.
When it comes to matters of the heart, never underestimate the power of prayer.
Christian dating can be awkward. Many young Christian men and women don’t know how to act in a healthy dating situation.
If you’re having a hard time forgiving your ex, go spend time with Jesus and ask Him about what you’re feeling.
Many couples forget there is a bigger calling than just staying together and trying to make it through life. Christ is in you—the hope of glory.
If you could ask God anything, what would you say?
Falling in love, dating, marrying, and staying married—all of these things are better and sweeter when we know our heavenly Father’s love for us. His love is what holds everything together.
You are your heavenly Father’s joy. He rejoices with you in your triumphs and wants to talk to you when you have questions.
What can you do this Christmas season to reconnect your heart to the Father—focusing on the amazing gift He gave you, personally, two thousand years ago?
No matter the season, giving is important in a relationship because it has the ability to say, “You matter to me and I will show you with my actions, not just my words.”
What can you do about commitment phobia?
Here are a few things to consider as you’re seeking God and working through your dating questions.
Most single Christians struggle with commitment jitters and dating relationships. However, there definitely is a real issue in the dating world that some call “commitment phobia.”
Before I had sex for the first time, I had so many questions. What was it going to be like? Was it really the way it seemed in books and movies? How did a person actually “do” it?
How do you know if this person you’re considering marrying will be faithful to you? There isn’t a foolproof system out there, but here are a few things to consider.