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GREAT DATE NIGHT IDEAS

Creativity boosts intimacy, moving couples out of their rut and into a place of vitality. Our out-of-the-box date night ideas are designed to do just that. We realize some personalities prefer unconventional adventures while others prefer a more subdued date. We certainly have some adventures waiting for you! However, for the low-key folks, we also offer a conventional substitute for the date plans that are particularly unconventional. You will be sure to break out of the humdrum cycle of dinner and a movie.

EXAMPLES OF CREATIVE DATE NIGHTS

  • Progressive picnic – enjoy an appetizer at the place you first met, a main course at place you had your first date, and a dessert at place you had your first kiss
  • Put together a care package for a friend or family member who’s going through a difficult time and take it to them or mail it to them
  • Couples massage with detailed instructions
  • Take a walk through your (or nearby) neighborhood with provided scavenger hunt list
  • FOR HIM

    • Week 1 - List 5 reasons you love your wife. Stick it in your wallet. The next time you are angry or frustrated with her, pull the list out and review it.
    • Week 2 - Whisper in her ear one of the reasons you love her, "I love you because...," then give her a peck on her cheek or neck.
    • Week 3 - Make your wife a hot bath with candles, soft music and her favorite snack. If you have kids, put them to bed while she's in the bath.
    • Week 4 - Pray out loud at dinnertime. Mention in your prayer how grateful you are for your wife and family.
  • FOR HER

    • Week 1 - Snuggle up to him. Brush your fingers through his hair for several minutes.
    • Week 2 - The next time he's working on a project, sit silently near him, then compliment his work. It may not be this week, but don't forget.
    • Week 3 - Plan an evening of intimacy with him. Give him a little tease of what's to come before he leaves in the morning.
    • Week 4 - Tell him you believe in him. That dream he's been thinking about, or goal he has been working toward, tell him you believe he can do it.

MARRIAGE CHALLENGES

Enhance the romance with our marriage challenges. Men and women typically have different needs and desires. Unfortunately, we tend to show love the way we receive love, and therefore "miss the mark" in showing love to each other. The marriage challenges are suggestions for you to do with, or for, your spouse to help you better meet your spouse's needs & desires, and to put the spark back in the marriage. Marriage challenges will come in the mail, plus you also have the option of receiving them through text. Focus on one challenge per week, and eventually, you will see your marriage transform.

  • FOR HIM

    • Week 1 - List 5 reasons you love your wife. Stick it in your wallet. The next time you are angry or frustrated with her, pull the list out and review it.
    • Week 2 - Whisper in her ear one of the reasons you love her, "I love you because...," then give her a peck on her cheek or neck.
    • Week 3 - Make your wife a hot bath with candles, soft music and her favorite snack. If you have kids, put them to bed while she's in the bath.
    • Week 4 - Pray out loud at dinnertime. Mention in your prayer how grateful you are for your wife and family.
  • FOR HER

    • Week 1 - Snuggle up to him. Brush your fingers through his hair for several minutes.
    • Week 2 - The next time he's working on a project, sit silently near him, then compliment his work. It may not be this week, but don't forget.
    • Week 3 - Plan an evening of intimacy with him. Give him a little tease of what's to come before he leaves in the morning.
    • Week 4 - Tell him you believe in him. That dream he's been thinking about, or goal he has been working toward, tell him you believe he can do it.

Devotions

Our couples' devotions are aimed at helping you grow spiritually, toward both God and each other. Some couples choose to do the devotion on their date, connecting once in the week. Others choose to connect twice in the week - once through the devotion and once on their date. Either way you choose to do them, you will deepen both your faith in God and honor for one another.
"IF A HOUSE IS DIVIDED AGAINST ITSELF, THAT HOUSE CANNOT STAND.”
MARK 3:25

Discuss it – In what ways have you been trying to compete instead of working as a team?

Don’t answer this next one out loud or accuse your spouse. Just give this one some thought. Have I been putting my spouse down to get them to view me as the superior one? Where have I been trying to compete instead of support?

In what ways could you and your spouse be working together better?

Discuss the jobs being done in your home. Are they being done by the person who has the strength in that area?

Pray over it – Dear God, thank you for connecting me with [spouse's name] and for [list out your spouse's strengths]. Please transform my mind to see my spouse as my teammate, not my competitor. Teach me to show respect to my spouse. Help us to be unified in our decision-making. Amen.

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