Marriage Link –

The web is full of resources around the subject of marriage. But finding the good ones, the ones that give a Godly, Biblical perspective, are sometimes hard to come by.

As I come across these valuable web sites, I’ll begin sharing their links in order to provide you with more valuable information for your marriage.

The first Christian marriage site I have for you is for my all time favorite marriage ministry, MarriageToday. Through their TV show, articles, and seminars, the work of Jimmy & Karen Evans has been extremely beneficial to my marriage. I’ve learned a lot from them, and continue to do so. They’ve also recently started a blog at

Check them out…you and your marriage will be glad you did.

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2 thoughts on “Marriage Link –”

  1. I just have one question; What does one do when they’ve tried EVERYTHING ELSE and all has failed? It does not matter what I do or how kind and loving I am towards my spouse because he simply cannot control his outbursts or “bipolar” episodes. He’s not actually bipolar but he is mentally “disturbed” and I’ve had just about all I can take at this point. He acts like night and day EVERYDAY and the thing is that I cannot his nights from his days anymore. I love him but I hate him at the same time. I fear for myself and our children sometimes but I also trust that God would not allow him to hurt any of us even though I fear he already has done the damage emotionally and psychologically. What do I do? Is there any hope for my marriage?

  2. Hi Tah,

    Sorry for the delayed response. I’m running very behind on emails.

    There is definitely hope for your marriage. Like the verse says, with God, ALL things are possible.

    But also, people can distance themselves from situations that may cause bodily harm to them or their kids.

    Lastly, seek out a Christian counselor that can more directly help you with your situation. Here’s a couple of links to help you locate one:


    I hope this helps.

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