Related Links


  • Before Forever
    http://beforeforever.byu.edu

    This site designed to help couples who are planning to marry and to provide resources to strengthen marriages.

  • Relate
    www.relate-institute.org

    Provides a comprehensive questionnaire designed to help dating, engaged, and marriage couples learn about their relationship strengths and work areas. Available in English, Spanish, and Portuguese.

  • FatherWork
    http://fatherwork.byu.edu

    Stories, ideas, and activities to encourage effective, responsible fathering.

  • Marriage Moments
    http://www.marriagemoments.org/

    This program is designed to help couples strengthen their relationships as they go through the significant changes of becoming new parents. The program consists of an activity guidebook with an accompanying educational video.

  • The Coalition for Marriage, Family, and Couples Education
    http://www.smartmarriages.com

    This site provides a wealth of resources on programs for strengthening marriages and families, as well as useful scholarly articles.

  • National Organization for Marriage
    http://www.nationformarriage.org

    The National Organization for Marriage (NOM) is a nonprofit organization with a mission to protect marriage and the faith communities that sustain it.

  • Children, Youth and Families Education and Research Network
    http://www.cyfernet.org

    This site provides a wealth of practical, research-based information from cooperative extension services at universities throughout the nation for strengthening marriage and family relationships.

  • Stronger Marriage
    http://strongermarriage.org/

    A website providing research-based information to help couples form and sustain healthy marriage. Ideas for dating, engaged, divorcing, and remarrying couples.

  • The Howard Center for Family, Religion, and Society
    http://www.profam.org

    The Howard Center seeks to “reinforce the natural family as the first and irreplaceable social unit,E“renew the religious foundations of virtue and liberty,Eand “restore the education of the young in the obligations of free men and women.

  • Family Research Council 
    http://www.frc.org

    The Family Research Council is dedicated to defending family, faith and freedom. The FRC addresses the issues of the sanctity of life; education; marriage and family; parental rights; sexuality and culture; religious liberties; pornography; the courts; and drugs, crime, and gambling.

  • Zero to Three
    http://www.zerotothree.org

    This website provides information to parents and professionals, relevant to the first years of life.

  • Manual for Families in Italian (MANUALE PER LE FAMIGLIE)
    Manuale_per_le_Famiglie(2009).pdf

    A 200-page manual organized by staff from the LDS Church's Church Educational System in Italy, which includes several articles from Forever Families, the LDS Church's website (lds.org) and the Provident Living website (providentliving.org), all translated into Italian.