Relationships

Milk and Honey Magazine advice for planning a wedding amidst COVID-19 restrictions. Trust God with your wedding plans, sweet bride-to-be!

COVID Wedding Planning

Brides-To-Be: My wedding went off as scheduled, the first time around. I am not going to pretend to understand or know how heart-wrenching it must be to spend so much time and money planning the perfect wedding, just for a pandemic to rip apart those plans and undermine all of that hard work. What I can say is during my wedding planning process, my husband reminded me what the essential part of a marriage was – how it's a commitment that does not change, no matter the circumstances.


Milk and Honey Magazine's take on Christian mingle and online dating. Are Christian women owed a marriage by God?

God Doesn't Owe Me a Spouse

Ah, Christian Mingle, you thought you were so clever, targeting your Facebook ad to a 20-something woman who has posted about her faith on social media.


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The Dating Challenge

I have been married to the love of my life for almost four years; years that have flown. And I am happy to say, relationship-wise, the good largely outweighed the bad. Here's our secret: we never stopped dating, even into marriage.

Sure, there were times we derailed and our weekly date night would get pushed around like it wasn't important. But when that happened, we could see a negative vibe slowly forming in our relationship.


Milk and Honey Magazine interview with authors Jeremy and Audrey Roloff on their new Christian book, A Love Letter Life!

A Love Letter Life

More than 2.3 million people watched Jeremy and Audrey Roloff get married on TLC’s hit show “Little People, Big World,” and their love story has captivated countless audiences ever since.


Milk and Honey Magazine's tips for love language gifts for your husband this Christmas!

25 Love Language Gifts For Your Man

Can y’all believe Christmas is just a few days away?! Like, seriously, where did December go? In the midst of all the craziness, I realized the other day I still had no idea what to buy my husband this year. (GASP!) I usually spend weeks browsing Pinterest and thinking of fun, creative gifts, but this year, I’ve been so busy that shopping has honestly been the last thing on my mind.


Milk and Honey Magazine article on 'questions to fall in love with anyone' - use on a first date, with a boyfriend/girlfriend, or your friends/family, sweet girl!

To Fall In Love With Anyone, Do This...

Over twenty years ago, psychologist Arthur Aron successfully made two complete strangers fall in love in an afternoon. How? He had them ask each other the questions below and then stare into each other's eyes for four minutes.

Yep, we're serious.


Milk and Honey Magazine - singleness is an adventure, darling! A time to grow close to God and fill the void of loneliness with His love!

Singleness = Adventure!

One night when I was driving home from spending time with some married friends, I questioned why singleness can often time feel like a synonym for loneliness. Have you ever felt that way too? As I was questioning this, I turned on some spiritual music to fill the void of loneliness that was creeping in ever so quickly. I came to a song called “Lean Back” by Capital City Music. One of the lyrics in the song goes, “Now I can see Your love is better than all the others that I’ve seen. I am breathing deep all your goodness, your loving-kindness to me.” 


Milk and Honey Magazine tips for singleness. Go on adventures, read Andy Stanleys book on love, sex, and dating, and grow closer to Jesus!

"Being single sucks, right?"

  • "Being single sucks."
  • "I just want a boyfriend already."
  • "Why aren't there any nice guys even worth considering as boyfriend material?"

Milk and Honey Magazine - serve your husband in a Christlike manner. Pray, study the scriptures, and love your husband in practical ways!

Serving Your Husband

One year ago, my husband and I would routinely sit in our living room with hot morning coffees and begin the day reading the word of God, spending time together in prayer.

We would then go on with our morning and. if we felt the Spirit leading us, we would pray some more throughout our time together. If it was my husband’s day off, we would go on to read or study more of the scriptures, watch a preacher on YouTube,and talk or pray about what we had learned.


Milk and Honey Magazine interviews tiny house young married couple in their 20's traveling the world! They love Jesus, love their marriage, and especially - love their tiny home!

Tiny Living, Big Faith

Tawny & Luke, a young couple of early twenty-somethings who were "crazy enough to get married in college," are now navigating recent grad life – living fun-sized in a mini-home. Tawny earned her degree in Teaching English as a Second Language and Luke in Intercultural Studies, so you could say they have a *slight* passion for travel and experiencing other cultures.


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