Three Ways to Rekindle Romance | Rhonda Stoppe

“My husband and I haven’t been intimate in a long time, but he completely understands that homeschooling the kids is our priority right now,” said the woman at my book table. After forcing myself not to audibly gasp, I gently reminded her the Bible encourages married couples to come together regularly in the marriage bed, going so far as to warn us that too long of a season apart gives place to the devil. The woman assured me that they {Read More}

30 Cheap & Fun Date Ideas

30 Cheap & Fun Date Ideas Have your date nights turned into a routine dinner and a movie? Remember how much fun you used to have when you first started dating? I asked friends for suggestions and came up with a list of 30 great date ideas. Spice up date night with a few of these ideas! @TriciaGoyer Click To Tweet Download and print the checklist! Click here for the .pdf             Here are some ideas {Read More}

Why I Write Romance Novels

Why I Write Romance Novels I’ve gotten the question more than once, “You write romance novels?” I can see the confusion in the eyes of the person asking the question. She looks like such a sweet person. . . . Why would she write THAT? First, I want to defend romance. The Bible is filled with romantic stories—just look at Ruth and Boaz or Mary and Joseph! Romance isn’t just about butterflies in our stomachs and heart-pounding attraction. It’s about {Read More}

4 R’s to Rekindle Romance

4 R’s to Rekindle Romance   I can still remember the night John proposed. We’d asked my mom to baby-sit my son Cory, and then John drove me 70 miles away to a nice dinner. After that, we strolled in the moonlight at a local park. We laughed, talked, and joked. John even did a little song and dance, to my delight. Then, he led me toward the light of a streetlamp and he knelt on one knee, produced a {Read More}

10 Tips for Young, Married Couples | Part One

I asked my Facebook friends who have been married for at least twenty years what advice they’d give to a young, married couple, and I loved their answers! I have such wise friends. Read Part Two. Read Part Three. Read Part Four. Pass on these posts to any young, married couples you know!   “I’ve been married thirty-four years. Treat each other with love and respect. Be each other’s biggest cheerleaders. Put God in the center of your relationship by praying {Read More}

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