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Jim is the founder, with wife, Sheri, of Growthtrac Ministries as well as Program Director of GrowthtracRadio and the architect behind growthtrac.com. Jim holds a B.S. in business management and is a facilitator for PREPARE/ENRICH, the most widely used customized couple assessment tool. He has authored numerous articles, interviewed leading relationship experts and Christian artists, and has contributed to Dr. Les Parrott’s book, The Complete Guide to Marriage Mentoring. Jim has worked for more than 15 years to help premarital couples and married couples build and maintain healthy relationships.
Dessert Date. Everyone loves a little something sweet once in a while! For your next date night, plan on capturing not only your love’s attention, but their sweet tooth as well. This date can take place at home or out on the town.
The “at home” version of this date is a wonderful opportunity for you to spend some creative time together. You’ll need to pick a recipe for something you both love and that is at your cooking level. Cookies or brownies are always an easy and fun dessert to cook together. If you’re feeling more adventurous, a cake, pie or even homemade ice cream might be a better idea.
The “on the town” version of this date night can be quite fun. Pick three to four different restaurants where you’ve always wanted to try their desserts. Hopefully they are close together! At each one, only order one dessert that you will both share. The progressive nature of this date night is what makes it unique and fun. The romance can be added with little touches like a custom made CD you listen to on the way or with restaurants selected for their romantic environment. If you can, try to make reservations to avoid unnecessary waiting.
The good works of righteous people will not save
them if they turn to sin, nor will the sins of evil
people destroy them if they repent and turn from
As destructive as the power of sin is, God says
it won’t destroy you if you turn from it. There
is hope and restoration with Jesus!