Grow

Here are some resources resources to help you grow in your relationships: your relationship with God, with others, and with yourself.

Minimizing Those Money Fights in Your Marriage

Minimizing Those Money Fights in Your Marriage

Having fights about money in your marriage? You are not alone, and there are steps you can take to work through them.

Exercising While Staying on a Budget

Exercising While Staying on a Budget

Sometimes it's hard to choose an exercise program that fits your style and your budget. But, we found advice that might help you do just that!

Uncommon Goals

Uncommon Goals

As you're setting your goals for 2014, author Barbara Rainey has some unique ideas for you to consider!

Planning a Wedding or Preparing for Marriage?

Planning a Wedding or Preparing for Marriage?

Over the engagement season, the bride-to-be is frequently asked, "Are you looking forward to your wedding?" Maybe the question should be, "Are looking forward to your marriage?"

"Are We There Yet?"

You and your family are driving along the highway, enjoying a summertime family vacation...when all of a sudden, you hear your child say from the backseat, "Are we there yet?"

6 Steps to Extinguish a Bad Habit

6 Steps to Extinguish a Bad Habit

"I have some bad habits and laying my clothes on the bench at the foot of our bed is one of those..." What are some ways to break and extinguish our bad habits?

Reclaim Date Night

Reclaim Date Night

As time goes on, it's easy to get stuck in a rut with dates. Here's an encouraging challenge for couples in bringing back date night.

Before Your Child Leaves the Nest

Before Your Child Leaves the Nest

Shaping your child's life is more than just manual labor.

Making a Major Decision without Tearing Your Marriage Apart

Making a Major Decision without Tearing Your Marriage Apart

Here are some helpful communication tips for couples when it comes to making decisions together. 

T.H.I.N.K. Before You Speak

T.H.I.N.K. Before You Speak

Communication is an area in our lives where we all can improve in. But, why do our words matter?