Listening to your spouse will help you understand what they are talking about, the meaning behind the words, and will minimize misunderstandings.
Rev. William Branham taught that God's plan for His people is perfect unity. That unity is to be shown each day by married men and women.
First of all, we want to thank you for reading our articles and following our page! It means a lot to us. Our awesome news is that Loftforum is now Fearless Marriage! Fearless Marriage is to help Christian married couples make their relationship all that God intended it to be. Join us on our journey... Continue Reading →
Set short-term and long-term goals for your relationship. Goals are not just meant for finances but can be used to build up one of the greatest relationships you'll ever have!
This month, forget that the word "no" existed and say only "yes" to your spouse! You and your spouse are in control and can decide whether to set boundaries or not. Have fun! Who knows? You might just find hide and seek in the dark without clothes to be on the agenda!
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I'd like to start of by thanking you for your patience for the last couple of months with my posts. You may have noticed that I only posted a couple of monthly challenges and a few Marriage Monday Tips, and even that had dwindled into almost nothing. The truth is that we are writing a... Continue Reading →
As preparations for the upcoming holiday season begins it's easy to allow things to get out of hand. Take the stress out of holiday shopping and preparations and find time to relax with a date night or two. This month's marriage challenge is to locate your public ice rink and go ice skating with your... Continue Reading →
Before falling asleep, express appreciation for your spouse or for something your spouse did or said.
Prayer should not be considered the last resort to save a marriage. It is a way to fortify your marriage against mistrust, temptations, and other challenges. Read my article 9 Ways to Protect Your Marriage.
I’m sure that every Christian parent feels concern about their child’s spiritual life at some point or another. It’s quite natural. God Himself was touched by that concern when He ran through the Garden of Eden, screaming, “Adam, Adam, where are you?” When our child strays, the question each parent needs to ask is not,... Continue Reading →