10 Things You Can Learn From Marriage Studies Karen Kropf, founder of the nonprofit organization, Positively Waiting, author of has much to say on the subject.
I interviewed her earlier this week, and she argued that prayer between couples can create a powerful and intense bond.
A recent I Kissed Dating Hello video discusses this very topic.
But I also believe praying can play a powerful part in drawing a couple together (something they should be very careful with).
I don’t think there is anything wrong with quick prayers over meals or in public.
Those public prayers may be evidence of deep, solid faith, or they may be an imitation of the real thing.
Early on in a relationship, it’s important to regularly ask God to show you his/her real character.
Chanel and Sarah, the website's co-founders, address the dangers and benefits of praying together in a serious relationship.