During FamilyLife’s Weekend to Remember marriage conference, one of the points made is that a couple is either moving towards each other or towards isolation. I take that to mean that they are always either moving closer together or drifting apart, but the relationship is never static or stationary. (Click on the title to read more.)
We give our time, effort, and energy to many things. How much is reserved for your spouse? (Click on the title to read more.)
Routines are good. They create order, provide certainty, and make life easier. The challenge comes when a routine becomes a rut, a deep worn path. (Click on the title to read more.)
One of the most significant stressors in marriage is around finances. At its core, it is about security, or more often than not, insecurity created from financial challenges or different perspectives. (Click on the title for more.)
What are you putting before your marriage?
Work or ministry? Kids? Extended family? Friends? Hobbies? Sports? I could go on and you are likely to find something that you have put or are putting before your marriage. (Click on the title to read the full post.)