- Francine Rivers Wants ‘Redeeming Love’ to Draw People to ChristIt’s the story of Hosea—but steamier.
- The Life & Times of Charles H. SpurgeonHe was the quintessential Victorian Englishman, yet his masterful preaching astonished his era—and lives long beyond it.
- Arranged or Not, Indian Christians Praise God for Their MarriagesWhat husbands and wives think of others' unions and what they'd recommend for their children.
- Do Single Christians Need a Better Theology of Singleness, or Better Relationship Training?As two recent books demonstrate, the answer is both—together. (And not only for singles.)Português
- I Was Addicted to Romance NovelsThen God asked me to start writing them, for his glory.español
- The Man with Three WivesThough Livingstone loved his family, he spent little time with them.
- There’s Nothing Sketchy About Cross-Gender Friendships in the ChurchWhy we shouldn’t let the Billy Graham Rule—or the “Billy Crystal Rule”—define how men and women relate.
- All Loves Excelling: How Romance Inspired Charles Wesley’s View of GodThe famous hymn-writer’s understanding of divine love was reflected in his mortal marriage.
- Middle-Age Couples: Your Marriage Doesn’t Have to Be Stuck in Survival ModeHow the stresses and strains of aging can strengthen the bonds of love.
- A Faith That FeelsSamuel Taylor Coleridge and William Wordsworth translated Romantic ideals into the language of Christian experience.