Happily Ever After
Finding Grace in the Messes of Marriage
Jan 24, 2017
These short devotional readings by John Piper, Francis Chan, and others are designed to shape, challenge, and inspire your own vision of marriage and God.
Struck Down, But Not Destroyed
Sep 19, 2016
Jesus promised that anyone who followed him would suffer, but when life knocks us down, where do we find the strength to rise up again?
Let the Bible Tell You How to Be a Woman
Jul 10, 2016
As believers, we have an obligation to treat Scripture — even “troublesome” passages — in a Christ-honoring way.
Intimacy Before Agony
Mar 23, 2016
Jesus would suffer at the hands of men and lay down his life. But the evening before, he chose intimacy before his agony.
A Social Media Heart Check
Feb 6, 2016
The world of social media can upset our intentions to love God and man. Wisdom would have us check our hearts regularly by keeping key questions in mind.
Rejected by Friends, Loved by Jesus
Dec 29, 2015
Strained relationships are hard no matter the reason. But when the underlying cause is Christ, there is a unique dynamic, one that may be rife with pain, yet abounding in blessing.
Modesty Lets Our Light Shine
Dec 11, 2015
With only a few characters, Ayesha Curry, a professed believer in Jesus Christ, injected modesty — and salt and light — into the social stream.
Three Ways to Love Your Imperfect Husband
Nov 3, 2015
How do we set aside our own hurt and frustration and live out our calling as Christian wives? Here are three ways to love your imperfect husband.
We Need to Talk About Submission
Oct 5, 2015
If we avoid or abandon talking about submission, we throw aside the fundamentals of marriage that God ordained from the beginning.
Three Ways We Fight for Our Family
Sep 11, 2015
In our cozy kitchens, amid roasted chicken and good conversation, how easy it is to forget that we’re in a war. We do well to remember that we are called as soldiers of Christ and, as such, called to fight for our family.
Wives, Adorn the Person Within
The Beauty of a Gentle and Quiet Spirit
Jul 23, 2015
Above how we look, dress, or wear our hair, it’s the heart that matters. Christian women are to adorn the person within. That’s what our focus should be. That’s what should shine as beautiful. A grousing, sighing, eye rolling heart is nowhere near beautiful.