Religious practice and spiritual belief is often a point of difference for couples, especially if they come from different religious traditions. But having religious differences should never be a reason for
BEFORE you start wondering which happy husband or wife is blessed with such a father-in-law – our own are pretty good, by the way – we’re not actually talking about earthly men.
The popularity of St Valentine’s Day grew out of the joy of celebrating romantic married love. The celebration also encourages us to renew and develop that love. God is love and this
An exercise to help us grow in the area of 'affirmation' rather than 'criticism' to enrich our relationships rather than grid-lock them. Reflect Separately, say the prayer and spend some time reflecting
I came across blogger Matt Walsh a few months ago and was captured with his bold articles. Here's a great one on monogamy and marriage. His response to the frustrated professor's letter
A couple exercise to uncover our problems and move forward with hope for our relationship Reflect Separately, say the prayer and spend some time reflecting on the questions. Write some notes so that
It is often difficult for a couple to share their personal faith experiences with each other. This is so for couples of different faith traditions, but is also true even if they