When a baby elephant is being trained, it is chained to a post and soon learns that its efforts to…
Key ingredients to restoring your marriage Over the past year we have watched our friends, Ron and Lori, restore hope…
Everyone makes mistakes in marriage. No one is the perfect mate.
C.S. Lewis wrote that, “To be a Christian means to forgive the inexcusable, because God has forgiven the inexcusable in you.”
The topic of forgiveness is one of the most searched for subjects on the Build Your Marriage website. Why?
“I want a divorce.” For six weeks this husband repeated his desire to his wife. “You’re not meeting my needs. I’m out of here.”
On Saturday one of our good friends passed away. When he left his house to go to a local store he never knew his next destination would be his heavenly home.
Have you ever done something you deeply regretted? It may be only known to you or a few others. It may have little or no effect on people around you.
A runner focuses ahead in a race, anticipating the finish line. A golfer anticipates where the ball is going. Businesses have plans by which they operate for the future.
You are on this site, reading, tweeting, and liking the posts because you want to improve your marriage and help others do the same, right? Good for you!