Marriage is a holy union of two people who vow to be devoted to each other in every season that life throws their way. It is a commitment made in front of the eyes of God that each spouse should aim to protect and guard. Have you found that your marriage is struggling in this season of your life and that the fire you once had is slowly dwindling?
Whether you have been married for many years or a few months, if you’re not careful, complacency can seep into your marriage. It’s easy to take for granted the true and special gift it is to have a partner in life to spur you on in your relationship with the Lord as you pursue Him together.
Sometimes, life gets the better of people, and they lose sight of their purpose as a married couple. The Bible has a say in how a married couple is supposed to carry themselves as believers and ambassadors for Christ’s Kingdom. Whether married or unmarried, our main purpose in life does not change; we are to always bring glory to God in all that we say and do while maintaining our highest love and devotion to none other than first and foremost our Creator.
As life becomes increasingly busy or monotonous, maybe you have found yourself struggling in your marriage. This year has been especially challenging with navigating a virus that is destructive not only to physical health but also to psychological, emotional, and relational wellbeing. Maybe you have felt a strain in your marriage, and the love and passion you once had has suddenly and subconsciously dwindled. There is hope. There is hope for you and your marriage in reigniting the love you once had for one another. What God has joined together, no man can separate (Matthew 19:6). God is Lord over every situation, and He has the power to transform lives and relationships.
Together, you can embark on a year-long journey of getting to know each other more deeply while connecting through reading marriage books, figuring out how to navigate married life, and refueling the passion for each other that you once had.
The One Year Devotions for Couples by David Ferguson and Teresa Ferguson
Whether you have been married a few months or a few years, it’s likely that your level of intimacy could be better. You know the problems stem from the ways you relate. But how can you change?
The One Year Devotions for Couples will help you give and receive love in a whole new way. Through the proven principles in this devotional, you will find fresh strength and new inspiration to meet your spouse’s relational needs. David and Teresa Ferguson, cofounders of Intimate Life Ministries, are seasoned counselors who can guide you toward better relational health. You can—and you will—improve your marriage and grow spiritually as a couple.
Whether your marriage is shaky or solid, this devotional will give you health, hope, and healing for your relationship. Discover true spiritual and marital intimacy through the practical and biblical principles found in this popular couples’ devotional.
The Rhythm of Us by Chris Graebe and Jenni Graebe
You know those couples who seem to truly thrive? The lucky ones who are somehow still wildly in love after decades of marriage? As it turns out, that kind of marriage isn’t just meant for a select few. The healthiest, happiest marriages share a transformational secret: intentional rhythms
In The Rhythm of Us, Chris and Jenni Graebe invite you to discover what those core essential rhythms are, how they work, and the results they can have on your relationships if you choose to practice them. With real life examples and inspirational guidance, you’ll learn how to envision the marriage you long for, identify the ruts that are keeping you stuck, and bring your deepest passions and priorities to life in your relationship.
You don’t have to settle for a marriage that’s just skimming by. Starting today, you can create a rich, passionate, thriving marriage that will last a lifetime.
Love Language Minute Devotional by Gary Chapman
Are you and your loved one speaking the same language?
He sends you flowers when what you really want is time to talk. She gives you a hug when what you really need is a home-cooked meal. The problem isn’t love—it’s your love language. Each one of us responds well to a different type of expression of love. This deluxe version of The One Year Love Language Minute Devotional is your daily guide for express.
Kingdom Marriage by Tony Evans
What happens when a kingdom man marries a kingdom woman? Kingdom Marriage: Connecting God’s Purpose with Your Pleasure helps couples grow together as a kingdom couple to fulfill God’s design and purpose for their marriage. Through practical insights and powerful stories, Dr. Tony Evans inspires and instructs so couples will discover the hope, challenge, and guidance God’s Word provides for their journey together.
“You can reflect the glory of God and the unity of the Trinity through your shared purpose, honor, and love as a true kingdom couple.” —Tony Evans
Kingdom Marriage shows couples that the key to influencing our society and world with lasting impact is found in solidifying biblical marriage in the way God intended. It starts with both wife and husband reflecting God and His image and modeling that reflection within the roles and responsibilities of their union. This is based on a correct understanding of God’s kingdom and their responsibilities in it. Kingdom Marriage and the Kingdom Marriage devotional and video resources are part of an entire line of Kingdom products by Tony Evans, including Kingdom Man, Kingdom Woman, Raising Kingdom Kids, and the Kingdom Quest strategy guides for kids and teens.
Intimacy Ignited by Joseph Dillow, Linda Dillow, Peter Pintus, and Lorraine Pintus
Discover the freedom, holiness, and beauty of sex in marriage.
Intimacy and sex should flow from an attitude of true selflessness. A verse-by-verse look at the Song of Solomon, Intimacy Ignited shows couples how to fire up and maintain the flames of a passionate marriage. Sex plays a vital role in every healthy marriage, yet there’s more to intimacy than just sex. If your marriage doesn’t have the passion it once did, learn why romance and intimacy is all about being a servant lover.