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    National Marriage Week: What the Collapse of Marriage Means for Children

    The decline of marriage in recent years not only signals trouble for the men and women missing out on the stability of the institution; it can also threaten the future success of children born outside the economic protection of marriage. The 41 percent of children born in the U.S. to … More

    National Marriage Week: It Pays to Get Married, Even in a Recession

    The Washington Post reports today on a new study highlighting the effects of the “Great Recession” on marriage. The report from the University of Virginia’s National Marriage Project suggests that while the recent economic downturn has placed financial stress on a majority of married couples, lifelong relationships continue to thrive. … More

    National Marriage Week February 7–14: Promoting the Benefits of Marriage

    National Marriage Week is underway! Beginning today and culminating on Valentine’s Day, hundreds of organizations, community groups, and religious institutions will spend a week celebrating the benefits of marriage and encouraging married couples across the country to remain committed to lifelong love. With national campaign ads outlining the social and … More

    Strengthening Marriage: Webcast Today at Noon

    Today at Noon Eastern Standard Time there will be a one-hour national webinar to assist churches and interested citizens in the task of rebuilding strong marriages. The webcast will feature speakers from various disciplines and faith traditions. Chuck Colson, Prof. Brad Wilcox of the National Marriage Project at the University … More