Hans and Star Molegraaf tell how their marriage fell apart nearly as quickly as their romance had started. But God led them back to one another and miraculously renovated their marriage.
Sparks flew the night they met. Hans and Star Molegraaf reminisce about their whirlwind courtship and their partying lifestyle that lead them away from the Lord and into each other's arms.
Alex and Jill Averitt learned that nothing is impossible for God.
Roger and Tonya Haskin had no clue about marriage.
Tracey Penrod refused to give up when she learned her husband was having an affair with his ex-wife.
A Weekend to Remember prayer team volunteer tells his story.
Jim and Penny Nally's barn was once a sore spot in their troubled marriage, but now is a place of hope.
No matter what your situation, I'm confident that there is hope for any marriage.
Vicki and Bill experienced restoration in their marriage after they came to Christ.
Once Vicki became a Christian, she began to pray that her husband would, too.
Although Vicki Rose had quit using cocaine, her husband continued to abuse.
Bill and Vicki Rose reflect back on the days of their courtship and the marital trouble, including drug abuse, that began as soon as the rings were on their fingers.
Learning God's principles for marriage the hard way.
Bill and Jerrie Barnett have seen God transform their lives and their marriage.
How a Weekend to Remember marriage conference strengthened our marriage.
Find out how God brought this couple together again.
"You have to choose between God and me. If you choose God, I'm leaving you."
Sandy and Cheryl found a new life together in Christ after attending a Weekend to Remember.
Sandy and Cheryl share how God used the Weekend to Remember to give them hope and bring new life to their marriage.
Hear how God changed their hearts and their marriage one attitude at a time.
What could a couple of divorce lawyers have in common with FamilyLife’s mission to strengthen marriages?
Money can't buy happiness.
Justin and Trish Davis talk frankly about the problems that almost sunk their marriage and ministry until God’s truth and healing brought them back to solid ground.
Justin and Trisha Davis talk about the years of their marriage and the difficulties that turned them from lovers, to friends, to enemies and eventually strangers.
Justin and Trisha reflect back on their courtship, the awkward proposal and their awkward honeymoon.
Judy Starr's emotional affair was strong, but was her commitment to her husband stronger?
A long-time missionary couple, an exotic locale, and a handsome sea captain: the recipe for disaster?
It is hard work, but someone must be willing to be the first to break the cycle if a relationship is to be restored.
One of the favorite letters FamilyLife has received over the years was from a grown daughter who expressed her amazement at the changes in her parents after they attended a Weekend to Remember marriage getaway.
Four steps to save your marriage when things go wrong.
People thought I was crazy. Why in the world would I hold on to someone who obviously did not want to be with me?
Had I been physically unfaithful to my husband? No. Had I committed adultery in my heart? Yes.
Scott Jennings had hit rock bottom. He'd left his wife, lost his job, and been dumped by his mistress.
After more than a decade of marriage, Scott Jennings had fully developed the art of lying to his wife.
Find out how a couple moves from love to hate ... and back to love.
Unbelievable things can happen when you partner with God.
It's important to build your marriage on the right foundation.
Most people would have called this a marriage without hope.
Nancy Bramlett believed her hard-drinking, unfaithful husband could change.
NFL star John Bramlett learned to be tough early in life.
Rob Kopf was contemplating divorce as he listened to the speakers at the FamilyLife Marriage Conference, but Laurie still had hope for their marriage.
Rob and Laurie had been apart for six years, and now that they were together again life would be blissful.
At 18, Rob Kopf thought he knew what he wanted: 17-year-old Laurie.
Today on the broadcast, hear from brothers Alex and Stephen Kendrick, the director and writer of the film Fireproof, a realistic drama about a fire fighter in the throes of a divorce.
What first attracted you to your spouse?
Does your marriage need a little coaching?
Would you describe your marriage as "pretty good"?
Patty thought Doug was self-centered; Doug thought Patty was the "black-hole of affection.
Doug and Patty Daily didn't want to divorce, but they DID hope one of them would die!
Hear how God freed her heart from the guilt and anger that occurred as a result of premarital sex.