Interviews on Marriage
In episode 517, Pastor John counsels a husband whose wife does not seem to enjoy sex.
In episode 516, Pastor John responds to a question regarding sexual pleasure in marriage.
In episode 508, guest Francis Chan gives reasons why he thinks Christians are delaying marriage.
In episode 507, guest Francis Chan shares how he argues with his wife.
In episode 495, Pastor John discusses what submission for a wife looks like.
In episode 475, Pastor John discusses why sexual attraction is not essential for marriage.
In episode 474, Pastor John discussions cultural forms and marriage.
In episode 412, Pastor John gives counsel to an aging wife who caught her husband checking out a younger woman.
In episode 400, Pastor John answers the often asked question, is oral sex okay?
In episode 365, Pastor John discusses the conditions in which he would marry a couple living together.
In episode 295, Pastor John discusses financial stability and getting married.
In episode 222, Pastor John talks about a wife taking her husband's last name
In Episode 191, Pastor John explains why he would not attend the wedding of a same-sex couple.
In Episode 169, Pastor John explains why Adam’s singleness was “not good.”
In Episode 165, Pastor John explains that marriage is a covenant to max, namely, a symbol of how Christ is bonded to his church.
In Episode 144, Pastor John shares the advice he would hypothetically give a “younger John Piper” about marriage.
John Piper says a wife is to prayerfully and humbly bring her perspective to her husband.
John Piper says it is important to have your parents' blessing, but not absolutely necessary.
John Piper tells why and how he thinks it's OK to use "conception control."
John Piper says God approves of non-Christians getting married, even though it's sin.
John Piper suggests several ways a child might help his parents' marriage endure.
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.