Some fun ideas for Valentine’s Day.
By Dave Boehi
How about doing something different this week for Valentine’s Day? Something your spouse will remember?
I keep thinking of a quote I used in this column a couple of weeks ago. “At some point many of us become lazy in romance,” says Tommy Nelson, pastor of Denton (Tex.) Bible Church. “We stop pursuing each other.” I know that’s often true of me. It’s been a long time since I did something new and creative for my wife, Merry, on Valentine’s Day—or for any other day, now that I think about it. Sometimes we just need some new ideas. I searched through a couple resources offered by FamilyLife, Tips to Romance Your Husband and Tips to Romance Your Wife, and here are some ideas you might consider using this week:
For your husband:
For your wife:
For more romantic tips for wives and for husbands, you can visit our online store. But having a good idea is only part of the solution. If you want to stop being a lazy lover, you’ve got to make romance a priority and take action.
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