Ann Wilson talks to engaged women about things to keep in mind, things to be prepared for, and things to talk with their fiance' about before saying "I do."
Authors Ryan and Selena Frederick talk about the importance of leaving margin in your marriage. Hear about the radical changes they made once they agreed that "life is short," and God needs to come first.
Ryan and Selena Frederick talk about their early years of marriage when they worked overseas to fulfill Selena's dream--until Ryan's health took a turn for the worse. Ryan tells how open heart surgery changed his perspective on life and tested his marriage.
Ryan and Selena Frederick reflect on meeting in 8th grade and the romance that unfolded. Desiring to keep their relationship pure, they decided to marry at 20 and 21 years old. They explain that waiting until marriage didn't ensure them the fireworks they expected.
When a husband doesn't deserve respect, should his wife show it anyway? Shaunti Feldhahn presents steps wives can take when their husbands shows little respectability.
Words can encourage and give life, or they can destroy and kill. Dave and Ann Wilson tell how they learned this principle the hard way in their marriage and family, on "FamilyLife Today."
Wheaton College President Phil Ryken sheds some light on the passionate poetry of the Song of Songs. The book is a collection of songs about a couple whose relationship is heading into marriage.
Phil Ryken helps us understand the deeper meaning behind the Song of Songs by walking us through each chapter. He also reflects on his honeymoon and their first disagreement.
Phil Ryken discusses the greatest love song that has ever been written: the Song of Songs. Ryken shows us how Solomon's passion for his bride mirrors Christ's passion for us, on "FamilyLife Today."
Author Shelly Wildman, a mom to three grown children, talks about school choice. Wildman explains why she and her husband picked public education for their family, on "FamilyLife Today."
Marvin and Linda Rooks had a great marriage, until they didn't anymore. As pressures mounted and responsibilities grew, they found themselves emotionally distant, and Marvin eventually moved out. The Rooks talk honestly about their three year separation and fondly remember the circumstances that finally brought them together again.
Steve Robinson reflects on his long-time history with Chick-fil-A, and the core values of the Cathy family that have kept the family business thriving. Find out what distinguishes Chick-fil-A from all the other fast food restaurants.
Marvin and Linda Rooks appeared to have it all. He was an aspiring attorney dedicated to his practice, and she a devoted wife and mother, albeit lonely. Their marriage was adrift on a slow boat to isolation. The Rooks talk about the Easter Sunday that changed everything for them, and the marital separation that had each of them seeking answers.
Marvin and Linda Rooks are living proof that it is possible to reconcile and build a marriage that is even better than before. The Rooks' first six years of marriage were heaven and nearly perfect. Then the children arrived, and conflict that should've been faced and resolved was swept under the rug. Bitterness grew, and they grew apart. Marvin focused on his career at the law firm. The Rooks tell how isolation began to take its toll.
Kyle Idleman is convinced that what most people need to hear are the words, "Don't give up." Time and again in Scripture we see believers persevering in the face of trials, and Idleman reminds us that we can too.