Who Says Reading the Bible Isn’t Romantic?

    I recently learned something rather cool about Former President, Jimmy Carter (yeah, that white-haired guy who was in charge of the world when bell bottoms were invented). A couple things, actually. Not only is he a devout Christian but he and his wife, Rosalynn (they’ve been married since 1946!) have a special way of staying connected when they’re apart: They read a verse from the bible together over the phone before bedtime.

    I love this. What a wonderful way to stay connected and strengthen your relationship through faith. Distance, or simply being too busy, can easily cause two people to drift. Maybe it doesn’t take as much as we think it does? It’s all about making an effort and keeping a routine, people! At least it’s a good start. 🙂

    How do you use your faith to stay connected with your family and friends?

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    Nicole Weider is a Salem, Oregon native who moved to Los Angeles and quickly found success as a fashion model at the age of 17. Today, Nicole is an active wife, mom, producer, actress and author and has made it her mission to share her personal story, the bright moments and the challenges, with young women around the world.


    1. i remember when the boy i was most in love with back in sophmore year of high school and i would go to this park after school and read the bible. he would teach me things i would teach him things. we had the most beautiful relationship and it grew only stronger with our private bible studies at the park. it was a beautiful thing <3

    2. My friend and her boyfriend are like the example of awesome teen relationships to me and when I was wondering whether or not to start dating, my friend’s boyfriend gave me this advice. He said their pastor had told them to honor Jesus together, and at first he thought the pastor meant just abstaining from sex and staying pure for marriage and all that. But when they starting reading the Bible together, he realized that was what his pastor meant: not just agreeing together to stay away from the Bible’s ‘do-nots,’ but to honor the Bible’s positive commands – pray without ceasing, read the Bible, etc. – together, as a couple. He said it made their relationship so much richer and indescribably deeper. While I decided not to date for a few more years, I definitely plan to start my first dating relationship with that advice at the front of my mind.

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