Can a married person have a close friendship with a person of the opposite sex? What are the pitfalls of this kind of relationship?
Navigating the Christian life is not a solitary journey. It is by design meant to be in concert with other believers so that we can all learn and grow closer to Christ together.
It is our sincere hope that you are blessed by our work here and would welcome your input on how we can make Grace in Marriage even better.
What is that secret ingredient that keeps couples holding hands long after others have dropped? How do we ensure our marriage makes it to the rocking chairs?
When we become so consumed with needing a better lifestyle that we spend our time striving for what we don’t have, we will find ourselves lost and empty.
The first step in healing financial strife in your marriage is understanding your attitude toward money. The second step is understanding the biblical principle of stewardship.
If the focus of our attention is on our bank account or our material possessions, whether they are many or they are few, we will not experience God’s blessings in our marriage. He wants our focus to be on Him. He wants our pursuit to be of Him.
A double-minded man is unstable in all his ways who receives nothing from the Lord. Nothing. No blessing, no wisdom, no comfort, no peace. If you’ve wrestled with double-mindedness, you know this to be true.
God generously gave us all the wisdom we need to manage the unforeseen and chaotic moments in our life, and he gives it to us without reproach, without any shame or disgrace.
Biblical wisdom does not necessarily help us decide which college to go to, which job to accept, which house to buy. It’s true that His wisdom may have an influence on those decisions, but the reality is if the decision doesn’t conflict with Scripture in any way, then the choice is yours to make.
God’s purpose for the struggles in our marriage is to grow us to be more like Him. He wants our hearts to be sacrificial in our love for others, to be abundant in our grace and mercy.
Far too often in life, we inform God of our direction rather than patiently allowing God to inform our decisions.
Doubt is a lack of confidence that God will keep His promises, and faith is an active confidence that God’s promises are always true.