All Resources on Marriage
Abraham Lincoln’s marriage was a mess, but accepting the pain brought deep strength in the long run.
John Piper says that illness is not among the factors that make marriage foolish.
John Piper says that unfaithful spouses should confess their sin and humbly seek to win their partners back.
John Piper acknowledges the merits of online matchmaking and wonders how it might inform the church.
Husbands, don't contradict the gospel by how you treat your wives.
John Piper says that an unloved spouse should stay compassionately committed.
John Piper says that all sin should be given to God first and then spoken about openly with your spouse-to-be.
John Piper says spouses should focus mainly on cultivating attractive spirits, not attractive bodies.
John Piper says that any biblical truth can be a marriage sermon.
John Piper says that our love for Jesus should control our love for another, not the other way around.
John Piper says that our definition of marriage has great spiritual, cultural, and social effects.
John Piper mentions three ways a Christian wife can bless her husband.
John Piper offers several ideas for how a wife can help her husband take responsibility for the spiritual life of his family.
John Piper explains how we can have friendships that don't threaten the exclusivity of our marriages.
John Piper reaffirms God's design to help his people—and their marriages—through others in their local church.
Where can you find the grace to see your spouse the way Jesus does?
Grace is not just forgiving and forbearing but also changing to become more like Jesus.
Marriage is not just about filling the earth with warm bodies but filling the earth with worshipers of Jesus.
If what Piper says about the blessing of singleness is true, then why would one even want to be married?
Listen to John Piper talk about why Paul calls marriage a mystery.
Marriage is about keeping a covenant, as Jesus does with his bride, the church.
Why were Adam and Eve unashamedly naked? And why did they become ashamed when they sinned?
We ought to treat our spouses with the same grace that God treats us.
If a man and woman are totally commited to each other—even if neither changes—the call for change is grace, not an ultimatum.