Christian dating and marriage advice
As you plan the music, preaching and other aspects of your wedding service, keep in mind that it is ultimately an event of worship before God.
My husband and I act as a support couple for couples thinking about getting married.This may seem like common sense, but trust me, it needs to be said.If each of you feels that you should talk to someone that you trust (of the same sex) about fears or concerns you may have about your sexual relationship — especially the wedding night itself — then do that as your wedding approaches.You don’t need to talk about it constantly as a couple, and you don’t need to do an in depth study of Song of Solomon with your fiancé two months before your wedding.
For more ideas on this, see “How can I prepare for our wedding night in a God-honoring way? This is important: Don’t buy into the secular myth that you are somehow inferior or failing your new spouse if you don’t show up as a sexual expert on the night of your wedding. If you are already a sexual expert on the night of your wedding, then you have, somewhere along the way, blatantly strayed from God’s design for sexuality in your life. Get solid, biblical marriage counseling, either from the pastor who will conduct the wedding service or from some other person who is mature in the faith and in marriage.In terms of how to spend your time and what to talk about, the main concerns should be to prepare for marriage, to avoid temptation and to keep in mind that That simply means keeping basically the same constraints on the settings in which you spent time together before you were engaged.