After learning of our 10-year vow renewal, you asked, and we listened. Here’s how we stay married.
Marriage can feel miserable when submission is taken out of context and enforced on either spouse. Learn how to practice submission when you watch “Biblical Submission,” on this episode of Zara Talks!
Learn two things you can do right away if you feel like you’re in the wrong marriage.
Know that once trust is broken in a relationship, it involves serious work to restore it again. If you are struggling to trust someone—due to emotional cheating, physical cheating or physical abuse—this video will provide you with tips on how to restore it.
Find out how porn addiction and temptations of attention outside our marriage lead us to discover the power of confession, in this Zara Talks episode—which my husband dropped in on. I trust the stories and application suggestion at the end of the video will help you mature and grow your relationship or marriage.
[VIDEO] Answers For Married Couples: My Wife Wants More Help Around the House, but Isn’t That a Woman’s Job?
Watch this new video segment series: Answers For Married Couples, presented by Love-Life, Inc. Eshon Burgundy and Zara Hairston will answer your questions about marriage in 3 mins or less—monthly! Subscribe to the YouTube channel for video notifications, and send questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org for a chance to see you question featured.
Watch the first of many questions answered in this new video segment series: Answers For Married Couples, presented by Love-Life, Inc. Eshon Burgundy and Zara Hairston will answer your questions about marriage in 3 mins or less—monthly! Subscribe to the YouTube channel for video notifications, and send questions to: email@example.com for a chance to see you question featured.
We don’t have to hide our imperfections, let us allow God to get the glory out of them. I talk more about the whole “she told everybody her (old) ring was fake!” in this video.
If your spouse cheated would you stay? Wait! Before you answer that question, listen to my interview with two-time Grammy-nominated rapper Da’ T.R.U.T.H. and his wife Nicole, who experienced adultery in their marriage first-hand.
Former Wall Street analyst Shaunti Feldhahn, is now a best-selling author, speaker, and nationally syndicated columnist—widely recognized for her in-depth research on relationships. One of her very popular books, “For Women Only: What You Need to Know About the Inner Lives of Men,” sold over a million copies. I asked Shaunti to speak with me about how men and women can better communicate in love relationships. Our interview made one thing clear, healthy communication has to do with God more than anything else.