Do you show your spouse grace? Tim and Darcy Kimmel know what it means to give and receive grace, and they share some grace moments from their own marriage.
Marriage offers a tremendous opportunity to do something about our tendency to go our own way.
Dave and Ann Wilson talk about how unresolved conflict builds bigger walls within a marriage, and they share the most important key for building stronger relationships.
Dave and Ann Wilson relive the details of a particular story of conflict from their marriage. They explain how they resolved it, and how it brought them closer to one another.
Conflict in marriage is neither good nor bad. Dave and Ann Wilson say it can even improve your relationship when it is resolved constructively.
It seemed like the 1948th time we’d had the same exchange. But the solution this time was different.
Because God is faithful, powerful, and willing, you can be realistic and hopeful about your marriage at the very same time.
What could be closer than your own home, and who could be closer than your own spouse.
Help in evaluating the emotional health of your marriage.
Recognizing and fixing a fatal flaw in many marriages: the blame trap.
These three steps will help you restore freedom in your life.
Once we understood each other’s dreams, and once we each realized what the other person was valuing, our attitudes changed.
A few ground rules can transform verbal brawls into a communication breakthrough.
One of the most important principles for resolving conflicts or differences in relationships is overlooking an offense.
When did our culture decide that marriage was supposed to be light and fluffy?
Don’t let little issues grow into resentment and isolation.
Viewing your spouse as a gift from God is a life-changing perspective.
Practical suggestions that any married couple could apply—no matter how healthy your relationship.
The next time you and your spouse find yourselves in a “discussion,” follow these steps for resolving relational conflicts in marriage.
It's all in the way you package it.
It's nearly impossible to connect your life to another and not have significant disagreements. These ideas will help you direct your conflicts in a positive way.
Here are three principles that can help you address the issues that keep popping up to disrupt your marriage relationship.
Let me encourage you to step into the relationship rather than away from it. Be courageous.
Some issues in a marriage demand ongoing engagement.
My husband knew me—dark and light—and he loved me anyway.
Bitterness often costs us more than forgiving would, even if forgiving doesn't seem fair.
Three steps for experiencing healing and growing in maturity.
Dr. Gary Chapman says unless we learn to move past our failures with genuine forgiveness and reconciliation, our marriages will never be everything God intends them to be.
Dr. Gary Chapman shares how saying "I'm sorry" can transform your relationship.
Pastor and well-known author Gary Chapman provides practical instruction on resolving conflict in marriage.
Men--you fill up the car with gas, but have you checked the gauge of your wife's love tank lately?
What does it take to make a marriage really work?
When conflict happens, forgiveness is a crucial step toward reconciliation in every marriage relationship.
How we deal with anger affects generations.
When a couple experiences conflict in their marriage, how they resolve that conflict affects more than just the marriage.
Would you be more careful about what you said if you knew one day you would have to account for each word?
Words can bless or they can injure.
Do someone’s harsh words still haunt you?
Tom Elliff discusses the pain of verbal warfare and the healing that God alone can bring.
On today's broadcast, Dr. Emerson Eggerichs, author of the book Love and Respect, reveals the ultimate reason why husbands should love their wives and wives should respect their husbands.
Today on the broadcast, Dr. Emerson Eggerichs challenges men to love their wives like Christ loved the church - continuously, sacrificially, and wholeheartedly.
In Ephesians, Paul instructs men to love their wives; likewise, women are called to respect their husbands.
Does your husband feel respected?
If your marriage was a car, would you say one of your tires was flat?
On today's broadcast, Rich Rollins, the executive pastor at Valley Bible Church in Hercules, CA, talks to Dennis Rainey about the inevitable threat of conflict that every relationship faces.
What do you do when a parent tries to control you even after you're married?
Are you an introvert or an extrovert? What about your spouse?
Disagreements. We all have them, but it's how we handle them that counts.
How does responsibility contribute to marital conflict?
Husbands and wives value different things.