National Association of Marriage Enhancement

4 May

Marriage in America: Points to Pray for

May 7th is National Day of Prayer! If you haven’t heard of it, it is a day designated to praying for our nation, and our nation needs prayer. Since our organization is a marriage ministry, we wanted to give you some bullet points to pray for in regards to marriage in America. Please join us in […]


6 Apr

Cell Phones: Intimacy Killer or Relational Blessing?

Smart phones have now been a part of our normal lives for a long time now. If you don’t have one, you are in the minority. Those of us who do have them know how incredibly addictive they can be. It often feels like an extra body part, an extension of ourselves. We also know […]


5 Nov

Marriage: Taking One Step at a Time

  I think the reason that most people are largely disappointed in their marriages is because of the long list of things that they want changed in their marriage. No earthly marriage ever will be perfect. Yet we often set up these unattainable lists with hundreds of expectations that we demand be met. If he […]


9 Jun

The Newlywed Roller Coaster

I am a newlywed. I have a lot of newlywed friends, and I have an announcement. The newlywed myth, the one that says every newlywed marriage is a walk in the park, is a BIG, FAT LIE. Don’t get me wrong. I love my marriage, and I still recommend marriage wholeheartedly. However, as a culture, we need […]


24 Mar

Married & Millennial—I’m the Minority

Recently, Pew Research Center came out with multiple reports on the millennial generation. Only 26% of millennials are getting married; that is only 26% of those between the ages of 18-32. The average age for a first marriage is 29 for a man and 27 for a woman. These numbers are the highest they have […]


3 Mar

Internet Over-Sharing

We all have come across that person on facebook, twitter, comment sections, etc. who freely shares an uncomfortable amount of their life with the internet. Some posts may even make you stop and say, “whoa! I did not need to know that!” I have seen it all, but honestly, the worst ones tend to be […]