Christian Marriage and Marriage Advice

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Abandonment In Marriage
After An Affair
Age Differences
Anger In A Marriage
Building Strong Marriages
Building Trust
Christian Advice
Christian Marriage Rules
Communication Skills
Conflict Resolution
Coping With Infidelity
Counseling Careers
Cultural Differences
Dating For Men
Family Conflict Resolution
Financial Benefits
Friendship In Marriage

   Good Christian Husband
Help For Men
How To Avoid Fights
How To Be A Good Husband
How To Communicate
How To Love In Marriage
How To Love Your Husband
Infidelity Before Marriage
Keys To Success
Long Distance Problems
Love Making In Marriage
Making Of A Good Marriage
Marriage Proposal Ideas
Marriage Retreats
Mixed Family Problems
Money Problems
Overcoming Resentment

   Personality Differences
Premarital Retreats
Pros Of Prenuptials
Pros Of Arrangements
Questions To Ask Before
Reasons For A Prenuptial
Romance Ideas
Romantic Tips For Men
Showing Respect
Signs Of Emotional Abuse
Signs Of Infidelity
Traditional Vows
Warning Signs
Wedding Planning Ideas
What Are Prenuptials
Wife's Role
Women Bible Retreat

Featured Christian Marriage

Keys To A Successful Christian Marriage  
There are seven major keys to a successful Christian marriage: faith in God, mutual love, mutual respect, the ability to forgive, the ability to communicate, physical intimacy, and a sense of strong family values. While the divorce rate among believer and non-believers has topped the 50 percent mark, it may be encouraging to know that there are 50 percent of Christians who are determined to stay married. Of that fifty percent, those who wage a constant battle against the attack on the family do so because they are firmly rooted and grounded in the Word of God or staunch in core Christian beliefs.
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