Feeling the drift in your marriage? Author Gary Thomas explores how intimacy with God helps us go the distance in marriage and fight for lifelong love.
Feeling lonely in marriage? Dr. Greg Smalley offers ideas to help you resolve conflict, start talking about what you're carrying -- and move back together.
Life has a way of moving us into roommates in marriage when we want to be soulmates. Ron Deal talks with Dr. Greg Smalley about how to stay deeply connected.
Fighting the drift in marriage is real. But hosts Dave and Ann Wilson offer simple questions about what love means to your wife -- and why her answers matter.
If you take your spouse for granted, much hurt and relational brokenness will ensue. If you take God for granted, you open a door for sin to consume your life. Doyle Roth and Judy Starr tell their stories and their hard-learned lessons.
Wonder what submission is (and isn't)? Clinical psychologist, author, and speaker Dr. Juli Slattery discusses how women can walk with men as partners in marriage.
Like physical health, your marriage's spiritual health determines resilience & strength for what hurtles your way. Authors Dave & Ashley Willis cheer you on.
Could your physical health influence how you act toward your spouse? Bestselling authors Dave & Ashley Willis chat about genuine change in your bodies & relationship.
Why's emotional health a big deal in marriage? Bestselling authors Dave & Ashley Willis share their story--and how vulnerability became their game changer.
Choosing us in your marriage is both crucial and complicated. Counselor & author Debra Fileta offers advice to consistently operate as one unit.
Wanting "together forever"--but wondering if you married the right person? Counselor & author Debra Fileta unpacks secrets behind lasting marriages.
I didn't sign up for this. FamilyLife President David Robbins & his wife Meg discuss how to deal when expectations in marriage fall short of reality.
Alistair Begg, is the Scottish voice of "Truth For Life." Bob Lepine interviews Alistair about how he met his wife and about their love story that spanned an ocean.
Did you know that there are different seasons common to all marriages? Jackie and Stephana Bledsoe talk about the patterns all couples face, the ups and downs, and how it's all worth fighting for.
Matt and Lisa Jacobson talk about the power of words in marriage. Lisa remembers a time when she complimented Matt, only to learn how ugly he felt as a child growing up.
Husband and wife team Matt and Lisa Jacobson talk about the importance of affirming your spouse. Dave and Ann Wilson tell how a positive shift in outlook changed their marriage for the better.
Dave Harvey believes that when young adults leave home, it reveals what a couple has built throughout their marriage. Harvey reminds couples to get help if needed and stir up the fires that once were flames.
When your spouse is in a season of suffering, how do you help them? Dave Harvey reminds us that how we respond to suffering says a lot about our understanding of marriage.
Dave Harvey talks about the circles of influence that make up each one of us. Everyone has a context, and once a husband or wife understands what their spouse's context is, they'll love and understand each other better.
Marriage was intended to be a lifetime covenant. Be inspired and encouraged in your marriage commitment from guests Gary Thomas, Laura Story, and Voddie Baucham.
Even if couples make it past the selfish first stage and into stage two, "I'm here to serve my spouse," Bob Lepine says there's a third and even more profound stage of marital union.
According to Bob Lepine, marriages often begin with the misguided idea that "She's here to complete me." Bob Lepine describes what he calls the "Three Phases of Marriage."
Chip Ingram coaches husbands on how to live out Ephesians 5 in their marriages. Husbands, he explains, need to own the responsibility to care for and nurture their wives.
Chip Ingram explains the difference between a marriage covenant and a marriage contract. Ingram reminds us that conflicts and challenges are normal in any marriage, but they don't have to break up the union.
Chip Ingram has a great marriage now, but it wasn't always this way. Ingram, who has been married to Theresa since 1978, reflects on the hardships they faced as newlyweds.
Do you know God's purpose for your life? Dave and Ann Wilson, talk about their pain, skills, and opportunities that contribute to God's greater purpose in their lives.
When Domingo and Irene Garcia gave their lives to Christ, miracles happened. Domingo and Irene share how God filled their hearts to the brim; so much so that they've fostered or raised 32 children.
Domingo and Irene Garcia talk about the miraculous transformation that occurred when they gave their lives to Christ.
When Domingo and Irene Garcia fell in love and married, it was like mixing oil and water. Hear them tell their unique story.
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.
Does your life seem boring? Dave and Ann Wilson say your life can be surprisingly influential to those around you, if you will only share it.
What is God's purpose for your life? Dave and Ann Wilson believe that you are exactly where God wants you to be.
They were both married before and felt unfit to help others with their marriages. Scott and Sue Allen experienced The Art of Marriage and were inspired to launch a full-blown marriage ministry.
It wasn't in our plans, but it was in our vows
A young law enforcement officer watches an elderly couple model lifelong commitment and faith ... and his life is changed forever
How an aunt's advice kept D.L. and Helen Govan together
Is lifelong marriage still possible? Couples married 50 years or more share advice for your marriage.
It wasn't until the family had to care for Sophie, that they truly understood for the first time how much Roy cared for her.
Beth Walker woke from a coma with no memory of her family; her husband, Hal, had some difficult choices