What does love look like? Author Sean McDowell looks at the difference between real love, sex, and our craving to be known.
Everyone doesn’t love Valentine's Day. Singles and marrieds alike feel isolated and alone. Ron Deal, LPC, helps you cope with profound loneliness.
When you get stuck thinking romance is all roses and bubble baths, it starts feeling like something you'll never achieve.
Valentine's Day is coming. We'll take a look at bad Valentine gifts, the strange history behind the holiday, and the true meaning of love and marriage. Hear from Ken and Nook Tuttle, Hugh Duncan, Voddie Baucham, and Paul David Tripp.
Romance is all around. But that only accentuates how hard your marriage feels right now. How do you do Valentine’s Day when marriage is hard?
I always seemed to fail at this holiday until a game-changer idea took me from zero to hero.
Sometimes a little creativity, maybe a few dollars, and a little foresight are all that's needed to make an unforgettable to say “Be mine, Valentine.”
Start some new traditions with your children during the holiday of love.
If you think Christians of yesteryear were bores when it came to romance, think again. Michael Haykin talks about the romances and love letters of some of our most well-known theologians.
Has Valentine's Day become a little predictable at your house? Then why don't you focus on the real meaning of love? Barbara Rainey talks about her resource designed specifically with the month of love in mind.
What if you made 2016 the most loving year ever in your home? Barbara and Dennis Rainey help you focus on the real meaning of love as defined in 1 Corinthians 13.
The little things you do the other 364 days of the calendar have a whole lot more to do with keeping romance alive in your relationship.
If you're looking for ideas to show your love this Valentine's Day, consider going digital.
Try these out on your husband this year on Valentine's Day.
Recognizing expressions of true love ... from God.
Some fun ideas for Valentine's Day.
Has Valentine's Day become a little predictable at your house? Then why don't you focus on the real meaning of love. Barbara Rainey talks about her new resource designed specifically with the month of love in mind.