Sharon Jaynes looks to the Song of Solomon for practical wisdom on love and romance. Jaynes studies to find out what is most attractive to a woman, and then tells what Solomon found most attractive in his wife.
Author Sharon Jaynes dives headlong into the Song of Solomon to teach us about biblical romance. By studying the relationship between Solomon and his Shulamite, we get a picture of God’s design for marriage.
Dr. Marcus Warner and Reverend Chris Coursey reveal four habits that, if practiced, will make your marriage happier.
Dr. Marcus Warner and Reverend Chris Coursey want you to know how to cultivate joy in your marriage. They encourage couples to sow seeds of joy into their marriages for a more satisfying marriage.
Tony and Kelly Trent, parents of Tyler Trent, talk about Tyler’s heroic battle with bone cancer and his death in 2018.
Tony and Kelly Trent reflect on the difficult cancer journey of their son, Tyler, one of the biggest fans the Purdue Boilermakers ever had.
Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth and her husband, Robert, remind us that we have a Father in heaven who is so good and faithful, even when we can't see it.
Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth and her husband, Robert, talk about the mysterious providence of God, and how He redeems the hard places and makes them new.
Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth joins her husband, Robert Wolgemuth, to share their love story.
Rob and Stephanie Green share what kind of "help" is most beneficial to a new mother and her newborn. The Greens list the top three things a couple needs to know before the baby is born.
When the people in your family hurt you the most, what do you do? Gary Thomas explains that if a family member enjoys tearing you down and destroying the relationship, then it may be time to walk away.
Sometimes it's best to just walk away. That's what Gary Thomas wants you to know when facing toxic people. Thomas explains how, in the book of Luke, Jesus walked away from people 41 times.
Julie Plagens, author of the book "Estranged," remembers growing up as the lonely daughter of a highly successful nightclub and restaurant owner. After ten years of running a booming business, Julie's father came to faith in Christ which led him to take a job as a janitor at a local church, and eventually he became a pastor. Julie shares how living under the shadow of her pastor father led her to stuff her anger and bitterness, which adversely affected her health. Realizing her life was on the line due to her resentment towards her parents, Julie tells how she made the decision to cut ties with her family for good.
Gary Thomas explains that when a spouse is controlling or has a murderous spirit, it might be necessary, in some circumstances, to walk away. Thomas contrasts a toxic marriage from a difficult marriage.
Do you desperately want to tell your spouse how you feel, but don't because of how they'll respond? Dave and Ann Wilson tackle a listener's question about healthy communication in marriage. Dave admits that it took years for him to learn to sit and listen to Ann tell him hard truths, and Ann also had to learn to express her frustration and observations in a way that wasn't threatening to Dave. Together they tell of the lightbulb "moment" that finally changed their approach to communicating and describe how affirmation has improved their marriage.