Meeting Your Spouse’s Need for Love By Gary Chapman View original article at focusonthefamily.com Success in business, education or sports will not satisfy the longing of the human heart for emotional love. When emotional love evaporates, marriages slip into fall and then winter. Conversely, when emotional love is rekindled, the warm breezes of spring and summer return to the marriage. I want to focus on the nature of emotional love as it relates to marriage. This has the potential to change the emotional climate of your marriage. It all begins with “the tingles.” In the normal course of life, we meet someone who catches ourRead More →

There’s more to “falling in love” than pop-culture would have you believe. from RELEVANT written by Rachel Watson As a teenager, I read my fair share of Christian romance novels. They were full of dramatic plot lines, sexual tension, one-room school houses and Canadian Mounties. The leading men were imperfect but in a tousled and endearing sort of way. They always knew what to say. All the female characters were beautiful, but distressed, to ensure the reader plenty of drama. Each story ended with a sigh. Today, women can indulge their romantic side by using Pinterest. They can build relationship shrines out of images ofRead More →