Dorothy Littell Greco

Dorothy Greco considers the ways our families of origin impact our marriages in an excerpt from her recent book.

In this second segment of a two-part interview series, economist Diane Schanzenbach talks with us about eHarmony, marriage, and family life.

Christine Twedt

Christine Twedt reflects on the ways God has shaped her life through singleness as she stands on the brink of matrimony.

I'm not having success in the dating arena. Should I bail?

an anonymous university staff member

An anonymous university staff member shares her experience of being the spouse of a person with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.

Anna Moseley Gissing

“You won’t want to get a PhD anymore after you’re married. It will be enough to have a husband.” Our pastor’s words during a premarital counseling session have been seared in my memory for the last twelve years...

Bronwyn Lea

Bronwyn Lea offers her personal and practical advice on how to support your spouse during the grad school experience.

As a PhD student, my husband and I are considering the best time to have children.  Do you have any advice on this?

Grace Chiu

Is God being unusually cruel when he withholds the benefits and blessings of marriage? Grace Chiu examines the theology behind some of our responses to singleness.

Elizabeth Brunner

Elizabeth Brunner considers whether staying at home with children is wasting her hard-earned PhD.

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