I Take Thee to Be My Spouse Author:David Apple Newlyweds will more likely choose to be part of a church if... — ...they identify other newlyweds with whom they can relate, fellowship, and grow, such as in a Sunday School class for newlyweds. — ...provisions are made for fellowship, ministry, and Bible study with adults who relate to their needs and interests. — ...they discover that Bible study... more » speaks to their life needs and issues.
Twenty-six sessions, topical in nature, focus on the interests and needs of newlyweds. Each session is based on at least one passage of Scripture and involves the couple in inductive and interactive approaches to Bible study. These sessions are divided into five units, designed around major segments of the traditional wedding vows. Bible passages covering references pertaining directly to the marriage relationship are emphasized. Also, the couples will study biblical passages focusing on godly character building and Christian interpersonal relationships. As a result, they will discover principles that can strenthen their bonds.« less