Christian Relationship Advice when Help is Needed

  • Are you looking for
    Christian relationship help

    because your relationships
    are difficult or

    Do you find yourself
    wanting to force change,
    control, appease, or rescue?

  • Are you stuck in unhealthy
    that you know need
    to change?

    Have you tried everything
    and still find yourself
    overwhelmed, confused, and

Whether it is a relationship with your spouse, partner, ex-spouse, parent, child, stepchild, sibling, in-laws, stepparent, grandchild, grandparent, friend, coworker or anyone else, your life and relationship can be different—even if the other person doesn’t want to change.


I am a licensed marriage and family therapist who has also been in difficult relationships. I know what it is like to be frustrated, confused, and in pain. My personal experience adds to my professional knowledge and training. Karla Downing

You naturally want to make your relationship better. You also want to make your life better. You can do this if you have the right tools.

If you are a Christian, you are also wondering what God wants you to do and what the Bible says about your relationship. Christians have many misunderstandings about Scripture. These include inaccurate beliefs about submission, forgiveness, rights, boundaries, love, tolerance, self-care, giving, perseverance, confrontation, and turning the other cheek. You need Christian relationship advice to correct these misconceptions so you can respond wisely to your many relationship dilemmas. The Bible clearly supports boundaries, taking care of yourself, speaking the truth, standing up for your rights, mutual submission and respect, compassionate tough love, and balanced giving.

  • You will find
    relationship advice

    that is easy to apply
    and understand.
  • You will find
    practical solutions

    based on biblical
  • You will find
    ten principles

    that will change your

You need Christian relationship help to empower yourself with knowledge about your specific issues. This enables you to plan ahead of time and decide how to respond to your difficult person’s behavior rather than continually being caught off guard and reacting in the moment.

You have struggled on your own and done the best you could with the tools you know. It is time to get some new tools. These Relationship-Changing Principles have helped thousands of men and women live victoriously. They will not only change the dynamics of your difficult relationship, but they will also change your life.

You can join thousands of others whose lives and relationships have changed. You don’t have to feel stuck and hopeless any longer!