My boyfriend and I are looking for a devotional book that we can study together.
I'm trying to find something that will allow us both to discover more about what the other believes about different topics, but it seems that most of the couples Bible study books that I find are based on how to prepare yourself...
I'm trying to find something that will allow us both to discover more about what the other believes about different topics, but it seems that most of the couples Bible study books that I find are based on how to prepare yourself for marriage.
It's brief (typically one or two pages per topic), it's well organizes, Dr.
Sproul attempts to be fair in his treatment of the more controversial topics (like Calvinism), and the relevant scriptures are cited for each topic. It's a great way to get a feel for each other's beliefs and to really nail down your own theology as well.
Right now, we're not at that point in our relationship and so I am wondering if there are any good books for couples that aren't completely about marriage.
by Brian Skyz A family that prays together and reads the word together stays together and shares God’s blessings.
The most basic unit of any society is the couple that enters into a covenant to spend the rest of their lives together.
The bible has a lot of teaching that can keep a couple who is going through all kinds of challenges uplifted.
Here are three inspirational verses that couples should consider reading together.
Ruth -17 ‘’But Ruth said, Do not urge me to leave you or to return from following you.
For where you go I will go and where you lodge I will lodge.
Your people shall be my people, and your God shall be my God.
Where you die I will die, and there I will be buried.