Also contains thought provoking questions for the couple to ponder how they are going to grow in marriage and as persons.
Reminds couples that they are planning for a marriage, not just a wedding.
Getting to know that special someone includes learning about family and friends and schooling and athletics, favorite pastimes, books, movies, life’s best moments and worst, the brightest places in our background and the darkest. There is some of the typical stuff — like friends and entertainment and lifestyle and children — but many have found that Piper’s way of putting the question helps get right at some pretty deep stuff.
It's just one important part of several areas that are found in a healthy marriage.
What if the mindset of a single was not just "I'll save sex for marriage," but "I'll save myself" for my future spouse? SEE ALSO: A Serious Conversation for Christian Singles Saving yourself, as I define it, means that you save more than just sex.
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Thanks to your suggestions the websites have moved to a separate page as the marriage resources have grown too big for one page! After work, taking care of three preschoolers and doing the cooking, housework and washing, you say you have no energy left to "work on marriage".