7 Steps to Forgiveness in a Christian Marriage
Forgiveness can be difficult when a spouse forgets a special day, constantly makes the family run late for events, or neglects their basic responsibilities in the relationship.
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Christian Advice for Newlyweds: 10 Helpful Tips
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How Can I Improve My Marriage: A Christian Study
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True Love: How Do You Know When You Find It?
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21 Powerful Christian Marriage Quotes
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Children Who Can’t Accept No as an Answer
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A Practical Way to Teach Responsibility
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Dealing with Sibling Conflict
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“Being Sorry” Bible Object Lesson & Teaching Skit
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New York City Mayor's Fatherhood Initiative's 2014 NYC DADs Matter Awards
"This day is a gift," said Errol Greene, father of two. He, and 400 other guests, came to Gracie Mansion to celebrate the 4th Annual NYC DADS Matter


Children and the Bible - Getting started
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It was Angela’s spring choir concert. I have to tell you, these choir concerts are bitter sweet for me. I waffle from loving all she is doing, then moments I’m in tears.
Use Generosity to Teach Honor
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25 Family Devotional Time Ideas
Every night, we do a simple family worship time. It’s usually about 20 minutes and consists of Bible study, songs and group prayer. We’ve spent the better part of three years of family worship

A Guide for Christian Marriage

  1. 1Receive Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior, serve at a local church and receive faith training in order to mature in your walk with Jesus.
  2. 2Get educated about Biblical marriage to help set the right priorities and viewpoint about marriage.
  3. 3Seek advice and guidance from Christian parents, pastors, elders, and/or friends in church regarding marriage and how to choose a godly spouse.
  4. 4A couple should begin courtship with the sincere intention of marriage.
  5. 5Before marriage, hold a church service where the couple can make a vow before God to build a faithful family centered on Jesus Christ.
  6. 6Hold a wedding ceremony with parents, relatives and friends, and register the marriage legally.