More love, more laughter—more lingerie. What would marriages look like if for 21 days, husbands and wives put their marriage on project status? Plenty of books describe how to improve marriage, how to save a marriage, and how to ramp up the intimacy in a marriage. In The Marriage Project, Kathi Lipp shows readers how to put the fun back in marriage with 21 simple yet effective projects, such as doing something they enjoyed together before they got married or flirting with their spouse via e-mail or text messages. Each of the projects contains:
- a project description
- suggestions for how to complete the project
- reports from other couples on how they accomplished the project
- a prayer
- a place to record project results
In addition to the daily projects, three bonus projects encourage couples to turn up the heat in the bedroom. For couples who haven’t given up on the dream of being head-over-heels with their spouse again, The Marriage Project provides just the right boost. Included are tips on how to use The Marriage Project to revitalize marriages in a local church or small group. <source: amazon.com>
Marriage is hard even with God’s help and so much love in the relationship! That is why we have to work at it and try hard to make it work and better everyday. Peter and I have a wonderful marriage but it wasn’t easy in the beginning and it still is hard because men and women are so different. But what I’m proud of the most about our relationship is that we constantly work at it. We spend time together, attend marriage seminars, do Bible studies together, pray together, and do little loving things for each other here and there.
The Marriage Project by Kathi Lipp contains 21 days of little practical things you can do for your spouse to make your marriage better. Though Peter and I haven’t finished the project itself, it’s been cute and helpful so far. It really doesn’t take much when you think about it. It’s really the little things that counts and you can do this project over and over again!