Date Night brings couples together

The One Thing Challenge helps husbands and wives live and love intentionally

A good marriage takes work.

But that doesn’t mean it can’t be fun, too. Last November, Dr. Randy Carlson helped more than 2,000 people—husbands, wives and engaged couples—learn how to live and love their spouse intentionally.

Three marriage “Date Nights” in Phoenix and Tucson gave couples a chance to laugh, talk and take practical steps to help their marriage grow and thrive in intimacy with each other and with God.

The “Date Night” was filled with opportunities to build successful communication skills and get on the same page with parenting and finances. And it included a challenge for each couple to choose One Thing that will help cultivate a Christ-centered marriage.

Here are just a few of the things they shared:

  • Don’t be negative
  • Speak kind words
  • Don’t criticize your spouse or call out their mistakes
  • Read the Bible together daily

If you or someone you know might be interested in a “Date Night” event, you’ll have the chance to experience it in the spring! Stay up to date on when the next “Date Nights” will be at!

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