Lists to Love By Marriage

Lists to Love By 30 Day Challenge

February 8, 2017

I have an awesome new marriage printable to share with you that will help make your relationship with your husband stronger and more loving. It’s the Lists to Love By 30 Day Marriage Challenge. The printable was inspired by our Lists to Love By, Simple Steps to the Marriage You Want books (there is one for wives and one for husbands). We have been so encouraged by the feedback about how the simple actions and short chapters are making it easier for couples, and men, in particular, to love better. This is a huge confirmation for us. This was what we hoped for!  

With Valentine’s Day approaching, we want even more for your marriage. So we have a challenge. We want you to make love a habit!  Love is not just for one day a year–it’s for every day. Even if you haven’t read the books, you can still take the Lists to Love By 30 Day Marriage Challenge. Like the books, there is a challenge for husbands and a challenge for wives.  And like the books, both challenges give you simple and powerful steps to take each day. It’s that easy.

So, make love a habit! Download The Lists to Love By 30 Day Challenge (you get both the wive’s and husband’s) and if you are inspired to love your husband, even more, order the books.  

Happy Valentine’s day–love well!

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  • John Smith

    I just recently separated from my wife because none of my needs were being met and haven’t been for many years, (I would also like to add, that I’m nowhere near the perfect husband either). No touch, intimacy, affirmation, respect, and her phone gets way more attention than I ever thought about. I left her after more than 15 years of marriage. I believe what the Bible says about marriage, but I’m really having a hard time living it out right now. I’m very conflicted over what to do. I was just tired of the constant nagging and being miserable all of the time. My two boys are having a very hard time dealing with this, and I really feel like the scum of the earth for leaving my family. I’m so hurt and confused at this moment, that I just don’t know what to do. Should I take this challenge even if my wife isn’t willing to?

    • John, I am so sorry that you are suffering so in your marriage. Absolutely take the challenge. Mat 22:39 says the second greatest commandment is to love your neighbor as yourself. Our spouses are our closest neighbor. It doesn’t say they have to love us back. It is so hard, but when we love with a pure motive, out of obedience to God, sacrificially, without expectation, we are loving God. And there is a comfort and joy that comes from Him in knowing that we have done what He has called us to. I will be praying that your wife will notice the change, that it will soften her heart and lead to the restoration of the marriage. Please, don’t stop with the challenge, buy the book. My husband Mark and I have struggled in our marriage and had to learn to love well. Mark has a lot of practical ideas about what it looks like to love your wife in the mens version. I will be praying for you.