The demands on our time, schedules and emotions pull us in many different directions. And regardless of whether you've been married for one year or 50 years, there is one constant challenge facing every couple--to connect. By providing just a little nudge here and there, couples remember just how important it is to have one-on-one time. Our MarriedPeople program provides you with the resources for this one-on-one time through Off-Campus Date Nights, occasional On-Campus Large Group Experiences and a monthly email.

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Married People Date Nights

These are individual Date Night experiences that you do with your spouse off-campus. Each MarriedPeople Date Night is written so that any couple of any age can do it. The dates require very little prep and involve little cost beyond a standard night out. They are do-able for any couple in any region (rural, urban, suburban). They are intended to be FUN! That's right...FUN. Date nights are designed to help couples remember what they like about each other, and it also gets them out of the same old rut.

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Married People Monthly

MarriedPeople Monthly was designed to be that nudge for couples to have a conversation. A nudge to laugh. A nudge to think. It's a monthly marriage email to help marriages. Imagine a man and woman-friendly resource that is mush-free and brings couples together. Every month, the MarriedPeople Monthly contains go-and-do's that couples can actually go and do.


Four Core Habits for a Healthy Marriage

  1. Have Serious Fun. Having fun as a couple is not optional; it’s essential. We believe the best way to protect your marriage is to enjoy it regularly. (Proverbs 5:18)
  2. Respect and Love. Of the few verses God gives to husbands and wives, the directive to respect and love is commanded more than any other. This truth really can set us free when we understand the interplay of respect and love. (Ephesians 5:21-33)
  3. Love God First. When Jesus was asked about the greatest commandment, His answer was to love God with all you are and to love others as well as you love yourself. Loving God in your individual life greatly impacts your married life. (Matthew 22:37-40)
  4. Practice Your Promise. Our spouses trusted that we would do what we promised when we said, “I do”—to love each other and to stay together no matter what. Knowing and experiencing a lasting commitment is vital to every marriage. (Proverbs 5:18; Malachi 2:15)

Planning a Wedding?

Head over to our Wedding Resource Page for more information.