Family Resources, Marriage & Intimacy, Parenting, Special Circumstances
Any home in which at least one spouse brings children from a prior relationship knows that it is much harder in real life than it looks in “The Brady Bunch.” That’s why blended families need to add an extra measure of intentionality, including these important steps.
Family Resources, Marriage & Intimacy, Special Circumstances, Young Adults
We often assume living together can help us avoid making a mistake that could lead to a painful divorce. But is that assumption correct? How should a follower of Jesus Christ view the living together option?
Family Resources, Marriage & Intimacy, Young Adults
You’ve probably heard it said that as you plan your wedding, you shouldn’t forget to plan your marriage. But it sounds so abstract to “plan a marriage” in the midst of the more tangible (and demanding) project of planning a wedding. Here are four steps to help.
An intentional path to finding a mate recognizes that God is at work. But we also have a responsibility be faithful in our part of the process. So, how does a person who hopes to marry become intentional?
Family Resources, Marriage & Intimacy
No one plans to become a broken family or a miserable couple. We marry because we yearn for a life-long, thriving relationship. So, how can believers become intentional about building a God-honoring marriage?
Many Christians wonder if they should move toward marriage or if they’re meant to live the single life. In order to evaluate your situation, ask yourself these two questions.