The New Testament gives this marriage counsel: “Husbands, love your wives, even as Christ loved the church,” and “Wives, submit yourselves unto your own husbands.” Is this advice archaic, or is it the key to real joy in marriage?
In a world where, by one estimate, only 5% of marriages actually grow after the wedding day, do you have the commitment to make your marriage a success? Or is your marriage in need of renewal? Perhaps God has a surprise for you…
Championing a Faith That Works Anabaptist Voice is published quarterly and seeks to interpret Bible truth in a simple childlike way, and to apply Bible teaching to the lives of living saints in a practical manner.
A happy marriage sounds like a dream come true! But for far too many husbands and wives, the dream becomes a nightmare instead. If they will make the choice to follow the instructions of the One who designed marriage, they may still know the beauty of a marriage that glorifies Him.
Thinking of courtship and marriage? Follow God's principles of love and purity in courtship, and discover the special blessings God has for those allow their love for Him to define their lives and their romance.
God has called fathers to an important role, one that takes courage. Why and when does a father need courage? With the help of his Heavenly Father, each Christian father seeks to lead his family to that Father, making that his chief aim in life. Fathers, be of good courage!
Thoughtful Christian courtship is the perfect foundation to genuine, enduring love in marriage. When faith and romance meet, youth should remember these essential ideas: counsel; full surrender; Christ the centre; then follow your heart.
Marriage relationships are at their best when God's love thrives between husband and wife. Truly successful Christian marriages are marked by their love, commitment, respect, communication, submission and sacrifice.
Even in marriage, the end of the commandment is love out of a pure heart. This message gives tribute to the beauty of marriage, and deep husband and wife relationships—the hearthrobs that make a house a home.