Wolfgang Jenke investigates the origins of marriage, reaffirming its special status as a creation of God not subject to cultural inclinations and changing times.
Errol Webster finds out how Jesus defined marriage, its origin and permanence.
Finances are very divisive issues in some families. Gordon Botting suggests ways to avoid these problems.
Maintaining a relationship can be harder than you might think. And it doesn't always have a fairytale ending, as Dillon Cocks points out.
David Brattston finds out what it means for a husband to be the head of the family with the help of some early Christian writings.
Ed Dickerson responds to a question that is being asked more and more frequently these days: Does the piece of paper matter?
In a world where "for better and for worse" is an anachronism, this guy gives the case for real relationships a chance. And women love him for it, as Lifeguide columnist Trafford Fischer discovered.
Love is more art than action. Melanie Winkler gives some insights into this ultimate of all emotions.
Every great musician has lived an intriguing life. Kristel Rae reflects on the story that shaped the fun-loving virtuoso, Andre Rieu.
My problem is that I am feeling a restlessness I cannot suppress. I long to make my own decisions and take charge of my own life.
Marriage, like all relationships, needs investment to prosper. Victor Parachin suggests a few ways to improve yours.
Today, nearly 80 per cent of couples live together before marriage. Many live together and never marry.