Valentine’s Day is over, and it won’t be long before the flowers wilt, the mushy cards are tucked away, and life returns to its ordinary, comparatively un-romantic routine. Most everyone realizes, of course, that cultivating a godly, Christ-honoring relationship isn’t something that happens just once a year at Valentine’s Day; it’s something that must be worked at day by day throughout the year.
There’s no shortage of relationship and marriage advice out there vying for your attention. But I thought it might be useful, in the aftermath of Valentine’s Day, to point out a few good sources of Christian relationship guidance:
ACTS International’s essays on marriage and family are quite good, and covers many dozens of different relationship topics (including singleness, if you aren’t in a romantic relationship at the moment). Winning at Home regularly posts short but useful essays about different aspects of marriage and family life. Focus on the Family’s Boundless blog regularly publishes articles about dating and marriage, with a particular focus on the single life. Focus on the Family’s selection of articles about marriage contains a lot of good material as well.
What other resources, online or offline, have helped you build healthy relationships with your spouse, family, or friends?