Trent and Andrea Griffith share truth from the Bible to counter some common myths about marriage, including "Marriage is obsolete" and "Marriage will make me happy."
When you look at our marriage you see unity, but you also see each one of us as a different and unique person.
The divine design of marriage calls us to something deeper—to God’s daily involvement. Because we can’t uphold our vows without Him.
Having divorced parents doesn’t mean your own marriage will also end in divorce. You are not destined to live out the same mistakes as your parents.
You spend hours and hours dreaming and preparing for a special wedding day. But what have you done to prepare for the marriage itself? Kevin DeYoung talks about what love looks like in marriage.
One simple concept will guide you into the relationship you always wanted to have.
The real 'happily ever after'
Two ordinary couples who are helping change the world.
Here’s a practical way to revolutionize your relationship with your family. But it requires some risk.
We found that attending a Weekend to Remember® marriage getaway was a different experience at different points in our lives.
Isolation can be defeated if you are willing to make the right choices to build oneness and intimacy.
Like the box top of a puzzle, God’s Word provides a necessary picture of what our lives are supposed to look like.
Our selfish nature distorts our view of life and marriage. But God has a different plan.
One the surface, this approach to marriage sounds reasonable, but in the end it won't work.
Women have the tendency to pursue secondary purposes over God's primary purpose.
Take a few minutes to evaluate how you can improve your marriage relationship.
The uncomplicated yet difficult path to oneness in marriage.
Parents often put their marriage relationship on the back burner. These four principles will help you balance working on your marriage while attempting to raise children.
Marriage is like a three-legged race; these suggestions will help you cross the finish line in first place.
Marriage is facing some big challenges today, but that doesn't mean we should replace it with something different.
A growing number of couples are choosing to avoid marriage altogether.
What does it mean for followers of Christ to live in a culture that often defines marriage differently than the Bible does?
From the FamilyLife Today vault, hear some of Bob Lepine's best pastoral messages, both behind the mic, and behind the podium of a local church.
Kevin DeYoung talks about the "Three M's of Love" according to the Bible. DeYoung describes the motivation and manifestation of love.
What does a Christian marriage look like? To know that, you must start with God's definition of love. Kevin DeYoung talks about the "Three M's of Love" according to the Bible.
Pastor H.B. Charles explains how a loving husband and a godly wife need to be yielded to the Holy Spirit for their marriage to glorify God.
Many people are not experiencing a marriage that consists of a loving husband and a happy wife. The problem is sin. Pastor H.B. Charles explains God's plan for marriage.
How do you love your wife as Christ loved the church? James Ford, Robert Lewis, Stu Weber, Jess MacCallum, and Tom and Jeannie Elliff give examples on ways to do that.
A submissive wife is not a doormat. Hear noted authors Robert Lewis, Cindy Easley, Sara Horn, and dispel this myth and others.
Did you know that a key ingredient to respecting your husband is humility? Learn why from Robert Lewis, Ann Wilson, and Barbara Hughes.
Feminism, femininity, and "wifely duties," how do you sort it out? Mary Kassian, Wayne Grudem, Russell Moore, Cindy Easley, and Arlene Pellicane give historical perspective and helpful insight.
What word should you never use in marriage? Find out the answer to this question and so much more as Dennis and Barbara Rainey share marriages principles from their 44 years together.
Dennis and Barbara Rainey share insight into 20 things they learned about marriage in their 44 years together.
Pastor Ray Ortlund explains that men are predatory by nature, which is life depleting. A Christian husband should aim to fill his wife with life.
Ray Ortlund says God was intentional when He made two distinct genders. He created us male and female not just for reproduction but for the whole purpose of love and romance.
Ray Ortlund explains how his eyes were opened anew as he began to study Genesis 1-2 and answer the question, "Why does marriage matter?
Former NFL quarterback Jeff Kemp and his wife, Stacy, talk about football; and the late Pat Summerall shares how he came to salvation in Christ.
God's faithfulness over 40 years is worth celebrating. We depend on His continued favor to continue to reach families one home at a time.
The message was vital; the challenge was how to spread it far and wide. The answer? A national radio program called "FamilyLife Today."
During the 1980s and 1990s, millions of couples found help and hope for their marriages and families, thanks to God's favor and faithfulness.
Hurting marriages and a disintegrating cultural ethic. Sound familiar? In 1976, the FamilyLife Marriage Conference was born to address these pressing issues.
When Dennis and Barbara Rainey were newlyweds, God called them to a unique ministry to engaged couples. Hear how FamilyLife began in 1976.
Is love enough to sustain a marriage for a lifetime? Pastor Alistair Begg talks about the importance of understanding God's plan for marriage.
Pastor Alistair Begg tells what the Bible teaches about what is really going on during a marriage ceremony.
What did God have in mind when he made each of us a man or a woman? Professors Andreas and Margaret Kostenberger take us back to Genesis to discover God's original intent for men and women.
What is God's design for man and woman? Andreas and Margaret Kostenberger share their story, and discuss God's design for marriage.
Looking back, it was easy for us to fall in love. But staying in love, well … that takes hard work.
A good marriage isn't something you find; it's something you make. And you have to keep on making it.
Marriage was created to be more than a mere social construct. Al Mohler emphasizes the deep spiritual purposes God created for marriage.