Bible Study on Marriage: Marriage in Interesting Times by Bob Cornwall
Very Married by Katherine Willis Pershey
Love Warrior by Glennon Melton
Twenty-Five Simple Truths to Help Married Couples by Jim Merhaut
The Marriage Journey: Preparations and Provisions for Life Together by Delbert Glover and Linda Grenz
Til Death Do us Part (SALT Project - Blog)
Commentary Article: The Temptation to Cheat: Don't Even Go There by Katherine Willis Pershey
One of the best ways to learn more about your partner is to use "personality tests" to help clarify the most effective ways to communicate. By understanding more about how a person works, a person can enhance how to show affection and respond to the other person in ways that enrich the relationship. (If you are having serious relationship difficulties, we encourage you to seek out professional help and pastoral support.)
The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman
"When couples read The 5 Love Languages, they discover why they lost the romantic feelings of courtship and how emotional love can be rekindled in their relationship. Once they begin speaking each other’s primary love language, they are surprised to see how quickly their emotions turn positive."
"The essence of the theory is that much seemingly random variation in the behavior is actually quite orderly and consistent, being due to basic differences in the ways individuals prefer to use their perception and judgment."