I married my teenage sweetheart on this date 30 years ago. Today I’m reflecting on our history.
What do our wives REALLY want from us? I don’t believe that making our wives happy is as difficult as we men make it out to be.
The secret to a great marriage is… what?
How deep is your love for your spouse?
Encouragement for hurting spouses who want to reconcile their marriage, but don’t have a clue how to begin.
Gaye Christmus’ great article “6 Ways to Enjoy and Appreciate Your Husband’s Masculinity” on the Calm-Healthy-Sexy blog inspired me to write my own list on ways to enjoy and appreciate a wife’s femininity.
We’re coming back to Jason’s very first post, “The Most Beautiful Woman In The World”… but for a very different reason this time.
Tiffani reviews “Dare to Respect: A Novel Based on Wives who Accepted the Challenge”, by Tammy Oberg De La Garza.
In all our years of marriage, Tiffani and I have never managed to escape together for more than a weekend. That changes this year… the year of our 30th anniversary. Want to read about what we have planned?
This post is intended for our friends who are standing for their marriages through this holiday time.
Memories of a loved one’s death can come flooding in at any time. But it can get especially bad around holidays. (Originally posted on December 5, 2014.)
A few things that my family is thankful for this year.
A week-long series of mini-posts I ran on Twitter and Facebook on the topic of recovering from adultery.
The history behind how and why we got started mentoring marriages.
Tiffani’s review of Kara Tippetts’ book – “Just Show Up”