What exactly does "I do" at a wedding mean? Does it have anything to do with attraction? The article uses these questions to address one feature of real love, both within and outside of marriage.
What is it that makes a marriage Christ-centred? This article offers nine elements.
This article considers the notion that the furthering of one's marriage is a lifestyle rather than a sporadic exercise. The article offers a list of questions to use for self-examination in marriage.
This article is about same-sex marriages.
The Bible expects the husband to lead his wife. How does a husband provide leadership? There are seven things he can do to provide leadership in the home.
How can you save your marriage from transactional living? This article discusses what this means, and four things you can do to avoid it and enjoy a lasting marriage.
Can two Christians who are divided theologically get married? This article looks into this question and lays down crucial issues to consider for marriage between two Christians who are theologically divided.
This article, addressed especially to Christian wives, explains how in some instances of marriage problems, trying harder to accommodate the husband becomes destructive to her, the husband, and the marriage. The article offers a better way in such circumstances.
This article outlines five thoughts on what it is to be a faithful wife.
To build a healthy marriage one must know that some things do not call for a response of forgiveness. This article identifies three things in particular.
As a pastor, if you want to start a pre-marital counselling for your church, where do you start? This article offers guidelines for such a situation.
Why is it that a Christian woman ends up marrying a non-Christian? It happens in many churches. Do you want to know the reason? This article examines reasons that lead to mixed marriage, and what to do about it.
Do you want to strengthen your marriage? Learning to adore, affirm, comfort, console, and care for one another can strengthen your marriage.
This article examines biblical teaching on polygamy. Looking at the reasons why God allowed polygamy in the Old Testament, the author shows that this does not mean that this is the way God designed marriage from the beginning. Marriage is intended to be a monogamous relationship between one man and one woman.
Marriage does not have a purpose separate from God. Its purpose is to magnify the beauty and greatness of God.