Oh, that old rugged cross, so despised by the world, Has a wondrous attraction for me; For the dear Lamb of God left His glory above To bear it to dark Calvary. In that old rugged cross, stained with blood so divine, A wondrous beauty I see, For ’twas on that old cross Jesus suffered... Continue Reading →
Ready to take action on some of the marriage advice here on this blog? Each month there will be a challenge posted that will empower you to take your marriage to new heights. Join the monthly challenges. Commit and see the difference! April's Challenge: Have at least 2 date nights for the month. Comment below... Continue Reading →
Why Do Compliments Matter?
Why is complimenting your spouse an important element of having a successful marriage? 1. Intimacy Stays Ignited - After some time, couples can take each other for granted. Giving compliments lets a spouse know that what they are doing or how they look is being noticed. Giving a simple or poetic compliment can work to... Continue Reading →
4 Things A Husband Needs
When my husband and I held our first marriage seminar, "Marriage: The Bliss Never Ends", we asked the attending men what they saw as "romance" from their wives. While not all men are the same, there are certain things that a husband generally likes to have within his marriage. Here are some of the answers... Continue Reading →
Your Best Marriage Advice
What was the best marriage advice or quote that has helped you the most? Reply in the comment box below. Share this question or your favorite article from my site on Facebook and Twitter with friends and family! Let's talk!
How Do You Show Love?
There are many opinions about what actions or behaviors show love. Share yours in the comment box below! Think: What do you do that makes your spouse feel loved? What does your spouse do that makes you feel loved?
Why Can’t Women Say What They Mean?
"Why can't women just say what they mean?" Many men have asked this question. Why does it seem that women say one thing but mean something else? This causes frustration, anger, and sometimes tears. The truth is that while men use a very direct form of communication, women use many forms of indirect communication. She... Continue Reading →
Is sex important? Absolutely! Marital sex is one of the most important part of our lives! Yet, we don't talk about it as often as we should. People tell jokes about it, love to see it in movies, or read explicit scenes in books but hardly talk about the appropriate kind of sex. Why is... Continue Reading →
When is the Argument Over? (Poll)
Your opinion please! Take a brief moment to answer the question below. All answers are anonymous and appreciated. Thank you for your responses and support!
When a married couple has spent many years together it can be hard to find the time to spend cultivating their relationship. Both are usually busy with work, parenting and other tasks. While I love date nights and I think they are important, sometimes you need more than just a few hours alone. Planning a... Continue Reading →
A Great Love Life
Do you ever wonder why it's important to be your spouse's best friend? Here are some reasons why. A fulfilling marriage A happy relationship A great love life A loving and full relationship requires both husband and wife to be completely open and honest with each other. There should nothing about each spouse that the... Continue Reading →
Become the “Queen of Romance”
Fill in the blank: "If I do___________, my husband would be so shocked!" Whatever you just completed the sentence with do it and "shock" your husband. Surprise him! It's true that the more we do things, the better we become at doing them. The more you "wow" your husband, the better you'll become at it.... Continue Reading →
Space and Grace
Many women wish that their husbands would help with the children or around the house more. The truth is that many husbands don't see the need. Why? Because their wife usually jumps in fixes what they were trying to do. Wives who cannot resist the urge to have things done only in their way need... Continue Reading →