For couples who have experienced marital unfaithfulness, before their relationship can move forward, they must first deal with the breach of trust.
From my perspective, it’s a tough era for singles. Singleness isn't new, but singleness as we know it today is. What can we all do to help?
Moving Beyond “Better Days”
When an unfaithful husband’s* betrayal comes to light, and both he and his wife begin the process of recovery, it’s not uncommon to hear something along these lines: “I’ll do whatever is necessary to get things back to the way they were.” “I’m through with the other relationship. I don’t want to lose my wife and family.” “If my wife will forgive me, I know we can be happy again like we used to be...
4 Lesser-Known Leadership Tips
Four tips for leaders concerned with helping those who most need their leadership.
Sex Isn’t a Thing
It's so much greater. Changing our thinking about sex could change our world.
When You Can’t Do God’s Will
Jesus stood up to impossibility. Like the brave kid on the playground who finally tells the bully to knock it off, Jesus walked right up to impossibilities and punched them in the teeth. And the blind saw, the lame walked, the sinner was washed clean, and the outcast came to dinner. This is so important for you and I today. We seek to faithfully live out God’s will for marriage and...