We live in a fallen world. And Christian homes aren’t immune to abuse and suffering. Let's wrestle with the difficult subject of domestic abuse and how the church can help those dealing with it.
Not all marriage relationships are positive and uplifting. Let's take an honest look at some of the more challenging moments in marriage. Perhaps your relationship is struggling right now.
Marriage isn’t easy! Whether you’ve been with your spouse 2 years or 50 years, you know that relationships take lots of work!
In a fallen world, not all homes are happy, and not all marriages are healthy. Perhaps you, or a loved one, are struggling in your marriage right now.
When a young couple walks down the aisle, they never expect heartbreak in their future. But as the years go on, marriages often struggle, and for many, divorce appears to be the only resolution.
Submission, sacrifice, respect, and love, according to Ephesians chapter 5 these qualities are to be integral in the husband-wife relationship.
The Bible uses the word “submit” when it addresses husbands and wives. But for years, the subject of submission in the home has been widely debated, and often misapplied.
Ephesians chapter 5 has a lot to say about how husbands and wives should interact. And when we look closely at this passage, it’s clear that the concept of submission has largely been misunderstood, and even abused.
Have you ever heard the statement that you need to love yourself in order to be able to love others? Do you think that’s true? Find helpful insight from Luke chapter 10 to unravel this complex topic.
Wouldn’t it be great if kids came with an instruction manual? With answers to your frequently asked questions!