God promised, “No good thing will He withhold from those who walk uprightly” (Ps. 84:11).
More important than what your spouse does or says is your ability to decide to respond proactivly.
We have never experienced a couple growing happier in their relationship because of the unsolicited help of a family member.
I am 22, in my final year of university. I recently met a 20-year-old young woman who is two years behind me, pursuing […]
I am in love with a young man from a different country, of a different race, and with many different traditions than mine. […]
My wife and I have been married for almost nine years. We have three beautiful children who are driving us crazy. I work […]
My marriage has not been going well for a long time. In fact, I don’t love my husband anymore. Although we’ve been married […]
Since you’re not supposed to “let the sun go down while you are still angry” (Eph. 4:26), how do you deal with an […]
Does God expect me to stay married to a drug addict? My husband is one, and I’m sometimes afraid for my life and […]
Melissa J. Pereau has a passion for helping people during a critical point in their lives, which is why the psychiatrist spends her […]
Behavioral expert at Adventist healthcare institution shares some tips.
Last Christmas we had dinner at the home of a relative. To enjoy the occasion to the fullest, my wife, our children, and […]
An Adventist family explains why they chose to serve in rural Chad.
Day 4 of the 2018 North American Division Year-End Meeting holds discussion on voted GC document, receives reports from NAD ministries and partners.
Marriage does not solve any problems; it simply compounds them.