Living with a bitter person can feel exhausting, defeating. How can you love them without losing your happiness...or sanity? Author Stephen Viars weighs in.
What's it look like to combat bitterness? Pastor and author Stephen Viars explores the power of lament to give voice and resolution to our deepest grief.
Amber Lia and Wendy Speake realized their anger was triggered by their kids, and sometimes just by life. Amber and Wendy talk about the triggers of fatigue, frustration, and sibling rivalry.
Amber Lia and Wendy Speake share that triggers--whether messiness or a child's immaturity--are really opportunities, and moms must remind themselves that they don't have to get angry.
Does your husband sulk or get angry over the weirdest things? Shaunti Feldhahn explains common mail triggers and what's underneath them. She also provides a "next day rule" that will help you avoid these conflicts altogether.
When they first married, counselors David and Jan Stoop didn't know what they were getting into. They didn't understand the dynamics of their emotional world. Learn how they discovered the value of EQ.
Michael and Hayley DiMarco talk about how the fruit of God's Spirit can powerfully transform a person's life, as well as a marriage.
Marriage wasn't going well for Michael and Hayley DiMarco. Then Hayley studied the fruit of the Spirit as promised in Galatians 5:22-23, and realized she wasn't tapping into the power available to her.
Paul David Tripp tells us that our emotions are indicators of what has really captured our hearts.
Pastor Chip Ingram encourages husbands and wives to look closely at their expectations and even consider downsizing them in order to better love their spouses.
What's really at the root of your anger?
What do you do with your anger?
Is worry overtaking you? Pa
Is anger getting the best of you?
Kimberly Wagner remembers the years after her husband stepped down from the pastorate due to their stressful marriage.
Kimberly talks about God's move to slowly break her of her pride.
Kimberly Wagner explains her marriage was hopeless, and her husband, LeRoy, admitted that he no longer loved her.
Adam and Laura Brown tell how attending a Weekend to Remember® conference planted a seed of hope in their marriage.
Even though Adam had come back home, Laura struggled to forgive him.
The first year of marriage was total bliss for Adam and Laura Brown. But severe trials were waiting for them just around the corner.
Words can bless or they can injure.
Our expectations and desires often take over the rightful place in our hearts that belongs only to Christ.
What’s a monster desire? It’s a compulsive want that controls our lives and enslaves our hearts.
Does your teen's unexpected anger catch you off guard?
What should you do about your teen's anger?