Articles Tagged 'Marriage'

Don't Fix Stupid with Stupid!

Don't Fix Stupid with Stupid!

Stupid is as stupid does, so don't be...

Max Lucado challenges us to do the right thing, to obey God, and not follow one stupid decision with another.

Where Is the Love?

Where Is the Love?

As followers of Jesus, it is my responsibility to speak and demonstrate the language of this authentic love.

Tom Norvell reminds us that as disciples of Jesus, our job is to bring the love of Jesus into every arena of life, even if the rest of the world has forgotten to do so.

The Right Stuff

The Right Stuff

When considering your expectations for your spouse, have you ever thought to do an honest assessment of yourself first?

Byron Ware writes about getting ourselves ready for being marriage material!

Do You Want to Live Longer and Be Happier?

Do You Want to Live Longer and Be Happier?

Getting married and going to church makes a difference... just not the way you think.

Do not be a Christian so you will be healthier and happier. Be a Christian so you will live.

A Mother's Beautiful and Tenacious Grace

A Mother's Beautiful and Tenacious Grace

This is how much a mother can love!

Cathy Messecar shares a beautiful story about an adoptive mom and dad who have shown tenacious and beautiful love to a young man born with very challenging physical limitations.

The Real Love Stories... and Why There Really Are No Blurred Lines

The Real Love Stories... and Why There Really Are No Blurred Lines

So where can we find real love stories today?

Ann Voskamp writes about the love she shares with her farmer husband and how he loves her with real love.

The Vows

The Vows

Honoring vows made more than a half century before

57 years earlier they stood before a minister and repeated the vows, their vows, to each other. "For better or worse, for richer or poorer, in sickness and in health, 'til death do us part."

Living the ultimate Romance

Living the ultimate Romance

How strong can love grow?

Ann Voskamp writes about how much she loves her husband and why.

The 'How!' for hard Days

The 'How!' for hard Days

How do we get past the hardest of days?

Ann Voskamp and Joni Eareckson Tada team up to provide a beautiful and powerful reminder of the power of our words to change everything.

Stop by the Lobby and See My Underwear!

Stop by the Lobby and See My Underwear!

What a strange way to get folks to a display on Memorial Day!

Phillip Morrison remembers a dear friend and patriot and faithful disciple named Bette Johnson.

When Heroes Fall

When Heroes Fall

What do we do and what can learn and how can we help?

Rubel Shelly reminds us of the moral climate behind the messes that we often cause and the way out of the mess we are in.

What Would You Say?

What Would You Say?

What in the world is love at last sight?

Phil Ware shares the four ways two are made into one in marriage: socially, physically, emotionally, and spiritually.

Relationships Are Worth the Effort

Relationships Are Worth the Effort

Excellence in every area of life means relationships, too!

Rubel Shelly calls us to excellence, but reminds us that this must be true in every area of life, including our relationships.

Today Is My Anniversary

Today Is My Anniversary

Here is the secret to a long and happy marriage.

The key to a long and happy marriage is deciding that Jesus will be the center of your relationship.

Why Such Bad Answers?

Why Such Bad Answers?

Where did this try it before you buy idea come from?

Rubel Shelly talks about the try it before you buy idea, the test drive mentality, that infests the idea about marriage in modern society and he boils the problem down to selfishness.

Love Path 911: Can We Have a Good Marriage?

Love Path 911: Can We Have a Good Marriage?

After all that has happened, can we have a good marriage?

Joe Beam answers the reader's question about having a good marriage again after all the hurt and sinfulness?

Together in His Grace

Together in His Grace

What are you guys trying to do here?

Phil Ware gives the basis and background for the section of heartlight.org called together in his grace.

A Leader's First Duty

A Leader's First Duty

Whatever happened to faithfulness in leaders?

Rubel Shelly reminds us that the first duty of leaders is to be faithful, loyal, and trustworthy with the people closest to him.

Love Path 911: What is Biblically Appropriate?

Love Path 911: What is Biblically Appropriate?

So what does the Bible say about all of this?

Joe Beam addresses what is Biblically appropriate and not appropriate for Christians in their sexual relationships.

7 Days of Love Challenge

7 Days of Love Challenge

One week to a fuller life of love?

Rick Brown challenges us to really love each other in active ways for one week after having seen a shocking ad during the Super Bowl.

Love Path 911: Heart Attack & Intimacy

Love Path 911: Heart Attack & Intimacy

Should this interfere with us being intimate?

Joe Beam answers a question about low sexual desire after a heart attack and what a wife should do in this situation.

Love Path: FAQ

Love Path: FAQ

So what are your questions?

Joe Beam's weekly questions and answers on marriage and love.

Long Fire

Long Fire

Is the flame still alive for your?

Ann Voskamp is reminded of a night where love was first ignited and how it still burns brightly, even in the most mundane moments of life.

Irreconcilable Differences

Irreconcilable Differences

What really is the cause?

Warren Baldwin encourages us to try harder in our marriage relationships to prevent divorce using the standard irreconcilable differences as our reason for splitting up a marriage.

Twenty-Five

Twenty-Five

What a great and unexpected blessing!

Phil Ware tells about his mom and Grady's twenty-fifth anniversary and what a great blessing it is.