By Bill Hybels on Mar 1, 2010
Bill Hybels guides pastors and church leaders in the pulpit trying to navigate the sticky, delicate, important subject of sex.
By Charles Stone on Oct 17, 2014
Eight in ten pastors’ wives say they feel unappreciated or unaccepted by their husband’s congregations. Charles Stone and his wife give insight into how to protect your spouse and your marriage during the sometimes difficult calling of pastoral ministry.
By James Macdonald on Jun 27, 2011
A panel of senior pastors including Steven Furtick, Greg Laurie, and James MacDonald talk about their wives and the roles they play in ministry.
By John Piper on Dec 17, 2011
John Piper offers wisdom for handling the issue of interracial marriage with a strong biblical perspective.
By Jefferson Bethke on Feb 25, 2012
This creative spoken-word poetry provides a powerful statement about God's purpose for marriage--to make us holy.
By Ed Stetzer on May 8, 2014
Guarding yourself takes work, can be awkward and is often inconvenient. But it's good stewardship.
By Shaunti Feldhahn on Feb 5, 2015
"Imagine the difference for pastors to know that they can stand on stage and tell their congregations with confidence that going to church matters for your marriage."
By Jared Moore on Sep 1, 2014
There's only one way to solve this: Get to the root of the problem. Jared Moore shows us how.
By Ron Edmondson on May 4, 2015
Sometimes we do the wrong thing before we even knew we did the wrong thing.
By Bob Hostetler on Jun 26, 2015
Pastor Bob Hostetler hasn't just survived the challenges that come with being married while in ministry; he lists his marriage as a major ministry success. How does that happen?
By Josh Reich on Aug 25, 2016
Most of the time on blogs like mine or other leadership and ministry blogs you read about how tough ministry is, how difficult people can be and how hard it is to be a leader. All those things are true.
By Brian Croft on Oct 18, 2016
Marriage is hard enough, but add ministry into the mix and you have a recipe for a potential mess.
By Brandon Cox on Sep 20, 2017
"If you want to grow up on the inside, then you have to get more comfortable with correction."