Christian Marriage

The love that stems from the Holy Spirit is not brought about by human effort. A married couple who experiences its blessings will notice their love increasing with each passing year, regardless of the trials they may encounter in their marriage. - Johann Christoph Arnold

Books: Christian Marriage

Why Children Matter English

Why Children Matter

By Johann Christoph Arnold

In an age when common sense too often gives way to the opinions of “experts”, Arnold offers an approach to childrearing that is grounded in faith. This short book offers concrete steps to encourage parents who want to pass on to their children the values their parents gave them. العربية 한국어 español తెలుగు

Sex, God and Marriage English

Sex, God, and Marriage

By Johann Christoph Arnold

A refreshing new look at sex, love, and marriage that sees past the usual issues and gets to the root: our relationship with God, and the defining power of that bond over all other relationships. العربية français Deutsch മലയാളം 한국어 español

Love Letters

Love Letters

By Eberhard Arnold and Emmy von Hollander

They were passionately in love, yet they rejected romance as the basis of their relationship, building instead on the promise of Jesus' words, "Seek first the kingdom of God." Circumstance (and scandalised parents) kept them separated for most of the next three years. But that separation bore its own fruit: an intense exchange of letters.

Articles: Christian Marriage

painting of a couple in the woods

Marriage - Can We Have Justice Without It?

By Robert P. George

Marriage is the greatest anti-poverty program that was ever created. It is so effective at enabling people to live in dignity and avoiding collapse into poverty that one would almost be tempted to think that it is no mere human creation.

portrait of ancient Roman couple

The Chief End of Marriage

By Musonius Rufus

The Stoic philosopher Gaius Musonius Rufus’s lecture “On the Chief End of Marriage” is a remarkable statement by a thinker who stands outside the Judeo-Christian tradition.


We Are Not Bystanders

An interview with Cardinal Donald Wuerl on discipleship and politics, and on Pope Francis’s advice to pastors (and the rest of us).


Love in Haydn’s Creation

By Colin Fields

This Valentine’s Day, forget the winter weather to enjoy Haydn’s exuberant celebration of the love of man and woman as a creation of God. Here in a soon-to-be released recording of his masterwork The Creation, Adam and Eve express their delight in each other and the splendor of nature around them.