Regular date nights are a joy. We love getting out of the house and away from the kids! But does a flourishing God-honoring marriage require this regular habit? If you and your husband are in an overwhelming season and you’re not “succeeding” at date night, this one’s for you. In this episode, Emily and Laura dig into a different perspective on the “modern date night.” Instead of putting our hope in a single night out with our husbands, God teaches us to cherish and serve one another daily. Date nights aren’t a guarantee, but God’s covenant-keeping grace is, and he can sustain our marriage, even when we don’t get a date night.
Ep. 109, Ask Us Anything!: Fall 2018 Edition - Risen Motherhood
Hunter Beless on Instagram
Hudson Taylor: Gospel Pioneer to China - Vance Christie *Laura’s book recommendation
“Don’t Put Your Hope in Date Night” Emily Jensen & Laura Wifler, TGC - Featured article written in conjunction with this week’s show
Ep. 05, Marriage & Motherhood - Risen Motherhood
Ep. 35, Putting Your Marriage First: Give Him More Than the Leftovers - Risen Motherhood
Ep. 62, When Your Husband Works Long Hours - Risen Motherhood
“Our Greatest Ally: God’s Grace for Marital Intimacy” - Laura Hardin, Risen Motherhood
“Cultivating a Healthy Marriage as New Parents” - Quina Aragon, Risen Motherhood
“Tell Your Husband You Love Him” - Laura Wifler, Risen Motherhood
“Practical Ways to Love Your Husband Who Works Long Hours” - Risen Motherhood
“When Littles Make You Want to Check Out in Marriage” - Risen Motherhood
The Meaning of Marriage, Tim Keller
“On Disappointment in Marriage” Trillia Newbell [Video], For The Church
“Susannah Spurgeon Lived for Christ Without Leaving Her Home” Christine Hoover
“10 Ways to Grow Your Marriage While Having Young Kids” Gavin Ortlund, TGC
“Lay Down Your Life for a Lasting Marriage” Jen Oshman
“The Purpose and Privileges of Marriage” Garrett Kell, For The Church
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