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I'm wondering if getting married would be a mistake. I've seen so many marriages go bad, and I don't want it to happen to me.
Billy Graham writes, "I'm thankful you realize that getting married is a serious step, and that you want your marriage to succeed. ... The most important thing I can urge you to do is to seek God's will for your future."
My husband just about fried his brain with drugs. He can't concentrate or even keep a job. He gets very discouraged, but what can I do to help him?
Billy Graham writes, "You're already doing one of the most important things you can do for your husband: You are trying to help him, and you are loving him in spite of his problems."
My husband and I said we'd never remarry after one of us died. But I've been so lonely after his death last year that I'd give almost anything to find another husband. Would it be wrong for me to remarry, since I always said I wouldn't?
If it's God's will for you to remarry, then you shouldn't let yourself be held back by what you once thought you'd do.
We've been married for three years, and the only thing we ever argue about is money. Now with the economy getting worse and my husband's job in danger we're arguing even more. How can we avoid this? It upsets us to argue, but it's becoming a real habit.
Disagreements over money can easily spiral out of control, and unfortunately studies show that arguments over money are responsible for a high percentage of divorces.
Is Your Carriage Missing Its Horse?
God’s unconditional love enables us to love others as Christ loves us.
How Do We Help the Hurting?
We are called to comfort the hurting, even if we lack special training.
The Influence of a Christian Mother
In a violent world, we desperately need consecrated Christian mothers.
Legos, Lincoln Logs and a Legacy
Become part of a family revolution, one that reclaims our world for the glory of God.
A Strong Foundation
Marriage is not a short-term option. It is a contract for life. Be faithful.
In Sickness & In Health
At the height of his career, he left his job to care for his wife, who suffered from Alzheimer's Disease.
'Knocking on the Door'
Married to an unbeliever?—Keep praying.
The Five Love Languages
Each of us has a primary love language, one of the five that speaks more deeply to us than the other four.