Posts Tagged ‘married life’
Words are one of the most powerful tools in married life. Following his wife’s post, Dennis shares some phrases spoken by his wife that are particularly meaningful to him.
Investing time in your marriage leads to a happier marriage. Kathleen gives some advice on how to make it happen.
In sacrificing for one another in marriage, writes Kathleen, we become holy.
Mitch Pearlstein, PhD recently published a report through the Center of the American Experiment which sought to answer the question of whether or not America’s religious traditions can in fact strengthen marriage. And Minnesota leaders said yes.
Looking for Lenten resolutions to do with your spouse? Try these, inspired by Pope Francis!
Fear is no fun – and can be paralyzing. Tim recounts a recent evening when his wife lovingly helped calm his fears in the middle of the night.
Newlyweds Megan and Juan have faced a challenge to many marriages – moving! In the process, they learned a lot about each other and also saw anew how many opportunities marriage gives for growing in virtue.
Stacey shares her journey to discover her greatest weakness, and how greater self-awareness helps her keep her God-given gifts from becoming obstacles to relationships with God and others.
Pope Francis talks again about the three most important words for married couples and families.
Dennis reflects on how the outward signs of nature – winter into spring – can not only reflect the inward attitudes of Lent, but also the “seasonal” changes of marital love.
Stacey reflects on ways that her marriage informs her Christian life of discipleship.
Newlyweds Rocco and Valerie tell engaged couples and fellow newlyweds to “just wait”…because you have so much joy ahead of you!
One word, many experiences. Love – in a long marriage – takes on many different forms, from wedding day to first child to shared sorrows. An intricate blend, best described in the word “forever.”
Getting married doesn’t mean that you’ll never feel attracted to someone other than your spouse. Stacey writes here about how she and Josh have navigated this situation with honesty and clear boundaries. The key: “Always and everywhere, I am Joshua’s wife.”
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