Pray together. Talk to each other about how you want God to be in your marriage and that you will grow stronger in Him.
Read the bible together. Hang out with other christian couples. participate in church activities as a couple if possible.
A couple that prays together, stays together..Join a bible study together, attend church together..With God in your life, your marriage will be blessed..God will put both of you on the same page...God Bless..
My wife, Jerilyn, and I openly ask for God to guide us through our daily lives, openly discuss God's plan and obvious devine intervention, and we celebrate our many successes and give God the credit. One of my favorite quotes is: "Good Morning This is God. I will be handling all your problems today. I will not need your help. So, relax and have a great day!"
Greg ~ www.RelationshipCoach.us
Part of being a Christian couple is wanting each other to be where God want's you to be, and therefore sometimes God may want you to be on different pages so he can use you in different ways - this does not mean that you will not come together further down the road, it just means that the work of the kingdom comes first. There is an element of trust in all of this, trust that God is at work and will bring you back together when his timing is right. I think I also really agree with Bobbie G. above on how important it is to tell God how you feel about this - just be prepared for him to answer you that this is how he needs it to be for now, and that he will change things when his timing is right.
How does the old hymn go "Trust and obey, for there is no other way, to be happy in Jesus, than to trust and obey".
One study suggests cohabitating is beneficial for relationships and another says it will lead to doom down the line. So what's happening with these different studies? How can we make sense of them? Dr. Karen Sherman breaks things down.