Byron & Francine Pirola discuss the purpose of marriage is this exerpt from The Marriage Kit, an online course hosted by The Stick Kit. For more information: www.thestickkit.co
In our previous column, we talked about FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) and the harm it does to relationships, especially among young adults who can so easily be diverted from pursuing enduring
A lot of people feel trapped in a dissatisfying or troubled marriage. They feel powerless to ‘fix’ it because their spouse refuses to join them in counselling or a marriage enrichment course.
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Drawing on their vast experience, Ron and Kathy Feher explore effective ways for couples to communicate.
With Valentine’s day approaching, couples everywhere are looking for ways to mark the day with romance. From love-struck dating couples to couples stressed out with kids, every one of us struggles to
Planning a wedding is busy and stressful! The practical reality of organising the many details is complicated by the tension of negotiating differences between each other while navigating the expectations of extended
When couples marry they rightly expect that there will be a willing participation in a shared life together across a range of activities including sexual intimacy, intimate conversation and parenting for example.
Be angry but do not sin. Do not let the sun set on your anger.Ephesians 4:26 Reconciliation and healing can be a great source of growth and grace in a couple’s relationship.