Articles on Marriage

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The articles listed on this page are related to the topic of biblical peacemaking in the context of the marriage relationship.

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Peacemaking Women
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  • Hope for Troubled Marriages
  • by Ken Sande, President of Peacemaker Ministries. Do you think that your marriage is beyond hope? In this article, Ken Sande reminds us in this article of the power of God to raise dead marriages to life.
  • How Churches Can Preserve and Heal Marriages
  • by Ken Sande, President of Peacemaker Ministries. Drawn from a chapter Ken Sande wrote for the book Pastoral Leadership for Manhood and Womanhood, this article encourages pastors and layleaders to rescue their people from divorce by exercising loving, restorative church discipline.
  • Love and Respect in Marriage
  • by Ken Sande, President of Peacemaker Ministries. This article is a helpful study of the scriptural principles surrounding the role relationship of husbands and wives.
  • The Myths of Divorce
  • by Ken Sande, President of Peacemaker Ministries. This article discusses five myths that people in the midst of divorce are often fooled into believing.
  • True Stories: Accountable to God
  • When one woman remembered that she was accountable to God, it changed her perspective on her husband and her marriage. Through faithful obedience, she experienced a whole new level of intimacy with God and with her husband. We love to receive letters like this one!
  • True Stories: Church Discipline Saves a Marriage
  • Church discipline often has a negative connotation—harsh, retaliatory, or dictatorial. But church discipline, when its purpose is loving restoration, is a great benefit to the church and its “lost sheep,” as evidenced by this True Story of a reconciled marriage.
  • True Stories: Forgiveness is Stronger than Adultery
  • When a marriage has been fractured by adultery, a husband and wife ask, “Is there any hope?” By the grace of God, the answer is, “Yes!” This testimony from a Christian conciliator shows the healing power of biblical forgiveness.
  • Why Christians Divorce
  • by Chuck Colson, Chairman of Prison Fellowship Ministries. This article describes a common pitfall faced by many Christians who are considering a divorce.

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March 5, 2015