Loving My Frenemy

As believers, we are called to generously love our enemies — even those who disguise themselves as friends.

How Planning a Wedding Prepares You for Marriage

It’s never too late or too early to view wedding planning as a marriage-building activity and not merely an end in itself.

Save Your Marriage While You’re Still Single

When it comes to being married, success may depend on developing these qualities as a single adult.

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