It’s hard to picture an argument bringing two people closer together . . . and yet, when you handle conflict in a positive way . . . that’s exactly what happens!
It isn’t easy to ask for forgiveness when you realize you’ve been in the wrong. And it isn’t easy to forgive someone when they’ve hurt you deeply. And yet, forgiveness is a necessary ingredient in restoring relationships.
All relationships take work . . . but none more so than a marriage. Going through a difficult season with your husband or wife?
Find encouragement for your own journey as you learn the rich history of the heroes of our faith.
It’s difficult to forgive those who have hurt you . . . especially when they are family members—the very people who are supposed to love and support you.
Some people get married because they’re looking for someone to complete them. Others marry because they’re lonely and want someone to fill that void. Regardless of the reason, God can redeem any Christian marriage, and create a relationship far beyond your expectations!
With marriage comes the loss of personal autonomy. Gay Hubbard puts it this way: “If I’m going to be committed to someone else, their welfare and their concern means that there are some things I am no longer free to do.”
What makes for a strong marriage? What key ingredients do you need to have a fulfilling, lifelong relationship with your husband or your wife?
A successful marriage takes a lot of work, but when trust and forgiveness are present, fulfillment isn’t far behind. Discover how relating with your spouse can become easier.