Dear Barbara: How Can I Respond to a Husband Who Isn’t Trusting God as He Should?

By Barbara Rainey | January 30, 2023 | 0 Comments

Dear Barbara: How do I still respect my husband when I feel like his lack of faith negatively affected the plans God has for our family? Don’t get me wrong; my husband is a strong believer. And there’s not a big sin issue. I just feel like he isn’t believing and relying on God in several areas where […]

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When You Feel Out of Sync Spiritually with Your Husband

By Barbara Rainey | October 10, 2022 | 0 Comments

This is the final post in a series taken from my book, Letters to My Daughters. The book is based on questions about marriage I gathered from my four daughters, my two “grafted in” daughters who married my sons, and many of their friends, and it’s dedicated to all of them by name. It was […]

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The Barbara Rainey Podcast: Sexual Intimacy

By Barbara Rainey | October 6, 2022 | 0 Comments

Two become one. This is a phrase we use and talk about often, but I’ve found it’s also a hard phrase to fully understand. It feels like “two becoming one” in marriage should happen immediately after the wedding and when it doesn’t, we become frustrated. That leads me to today’s episode of my podcast…Sex. This […]

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Avoiding Comparison When You Think Your Marriage Seems Harder than Others

By Michele Scallion | October 3, 2022 | 0 Comments

This is the third in a series of posts taken from my book, Letters to My Daughters. The book is based on questions about marriage I gathered from my four daughters, my two “grafted in” daughters who married my sons, and many of their friends, and it’s dedicated to all of them by name. It […]

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The Barbara Rainey Podcast: Weathering the Storms in Our Marriage

By Barbara Rainey | September 22, 2022 | 0 Comments

Weathering a storm in your marriage is never easy, but unfortunately something we all go through, eventually. It doesn’t typically take very long after the “I do’s” for the “worse” in “for better or for worse” to be tested. But I will say, I’ve heard from many people who have been through suffering—whether it’s shallow, […]

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