We are stubbornly confident that there are still people in pursuit of covenant marriages; Marriages that are undividedly devoted, completely committed, persistently selfless, value-centered, joy-filled, and love-based.
Covenant marriages are irreplaceable and indispensable. We crave that kind of marriage, and we deeply desire to do and be the things that will attain it. Therefore, we’ve established a simple rhythm that continues to save and grow our marriage.
Every Sunday we ask each other a series of the same questions that we came to a consensus on during our honeymoon. These are the seven questions we ask each other every week. We record our answers in a journal labeled, “Navigator’s Council.” We call our weekly questions,”Navigator’s Council,” after our favorite book “A Severe Mercy.” You can read more about Navigator’s Council and our 6 questions by clicking the link to this blog post: Our 6 Questions for Marriage
Here is our list of questions. We encourage you to steal them, or come up with your own series of questions!
What brought you joy this week?
What was something that was hard this week?
What’s one specific thing I can do for you this week?
How can I pray for you this week?
Is there anything that’s gone unsaid, convictions, confessions, unresolved
What’s a dream, desire or thought that’s been on the forefront of your mind this week?
Thank your spouse for something they did this week.
We always end our time in prayer, and once a month we ask two additional questions that we don’t feel are necessary to ask each week.