Resources on Marriage

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If marriage is a picture of Christ and the Church, our homes should look like the gospel. While the culture has never been more confused about the definition of what marriage is, those who are married have never been more hopeless... Continue...

When God pointed out, “It is not good for the man to be alone” (Gen. 2:18 CSB), he was moved to do something good for the man, and ultimately, for the woman. He made them both for each other, showing... Continue...

Is a wedding the mountaintop of a romantic relationship? Or is it the base of the mountain, the foundation for all that follows? In our time, many people see the wedding as the capstone, or the summit. You start out... Continue...

How do Christians respond to a culture that increasingly condemns what the Bible calls “good” and “right”? At the ERLC’s National Conference, Dr. Mohler gave a talk titled “Aftermath: Ministering In A Post-Marriage Culture,” where he addressed how we can be... Continue...

While St. Valentine's Day has been celebrated on February 14 since the fifth century, it was only in the 14th century that it became associated with love. The English poet Geoffrey Chaucer is said to have linked St. Valentine's Day... Continue...

As working professionals in our late 20s, we had pretty much put our individual hopes for marriage on the backburner. It wasn’t that we had given up the thought of being married but that it seemed to be a remote... Continue...

At the 2014 ERLC National Conference on "The Gospel, Homosexuality, and the Future of Marriage," Greg Smalley shares the importance of building a health marriage.  Continue...

The first ERLC conference in 2014, “The Gospel, Homosexuality, and the Future of Marriage,” was well received and exceeded expectations. Part of this is because we’re are living in world that is confused about these topics. Sherif Girgis helped shed... Continue...

My wife and I became friends with Matt and Carey Murphy in 2010 when we joined the small group that Matt taught at our church in Louisville, Ky. On paper, Matt and I have very little in common. Where I... Continue...

Marriage has become an increasingly complex subject. Do people still desire it anymore? If so, what are they looking for? Why are people entering marriage much later in life and spending so much time cohabiting before marriage? What’s happening with... Continue...