Joshua Rogers is an attorney and writer who lives in Washington, D.C., with his wife and three children. In addition to writing for Boundless, he has also written for ChristianityToday.com, FOXNews.com, Washington Post, Thriving Family, and Inside Journal. His personal blog is www.joshuarogers.com. You can follow him @MrJoshuaRogers or on his Facebook page.
All of those lists you've made? It's time to throw them out.
Contrary to popular belief, a lot of the perpetually single men you meet really do want to tie the knot.
Desiring beauty isn't the problem – it's the inability to see it.
There's only one way to rob shame of its power.
Let's consider the potential damage fantasy sex can do to a man and his hopes to have a wife and children.
Going to church on Sunday mornings seemed pointless, until I discovered the family of God at work.
If we want to be real men, we'll take the risk of being the real us in front of other guys.
If you wonder why nobody seems to be the right fit, maybe it's time to ask what you expect in a spouse and how realistically you're assessing yourself.
If I'd known these three things before I married, I would've been much better prepared.
My iPhone had grown on me — literally. It was attached to my hand, clinging to me like a localized infection I didn't want to cure.
There was a time during my unmarried years when I was trying so hard to get dating right that I just ended up getting it weird.
Discover why self-absorbed insecurity is the enemy of healthy relationships.
Things can get really messy when you have relationship issues with both God and the opposite sex.
It's easy to feel justified in resenting a fallen father.
Validation comes at a high price — but who cares, as long as your parent is footing the bill?
If you're one of those guys who is passively encouraging a single woman to waste her time on you when you're not romantically interested, then it's time for one of the most important breakups of your life.
To the single guys out there who are trying to find the ideal woman, do the world a favor and give up.
Waking to the sound of 12 boisterous children, suddenly my summer abroad wasn't the romantic picture I had painted.
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