How do we know in the middle of deep despair if it’s time to throw the house key in his face? Or if we can check our emotions and reevaluate?
Conflict over money and infidelity might be some of the most common reasons for getting a divorce in our society, but I’d argue that there’s a more common root to most separations:“I’m just not happy anymore.”
Every day each partner in a marriage makes choices that result in oneness or in isolation.
A husband and wife often begin drifting apart so slowly that they hardly recognize it’s happening.
No matter how much effort goes into a garden, it will all be in vain if you don’t deal with weeds.The same goes with marriage.
Every marriage, no matter how good, needs a plan to combat isolation and to bring about intimacy.
Before she got a divorce, her mother had one task for her to complete.
Even though we seldom can see how God uses trials for our future benefit, He has promised to use them for good, and He is faithful to keep His word.
By the time Doug and Patty Daily faced their most difficult trial, their marriage had come a long way from the days when they prayed one of them would die.
Seasons of disappointment have the power to empty us or empower us—the deciding factor is our response to our circumstances.