Alexis Waid
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The Relationship Challenge has ended. We are a “live ministry” website, and our Challenges are created for our community to experience together in real-time.

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Do you want more out of your relationship?

Perhaps things have become stale, maybe there has been more arguments or life has become so busy that you and your loved one have lost your connection.

There’s a lot of reasons you may have come to this Challenge and we are so glad to have you! We hope this month proves to be a significant one for you as you grow your relationship through the true definition of love.

“True definition of love?”

Love Never Fails | 1 Corinthians 13 | Christian relationships | Christian marriage and dating advice | Christian Challenges

I’m sure you are aware of it – 1 Corinthians 13, that is! The whole world practically knows this passage and it is recited at many weddings. In fact, our wedding featured the famous Scripture as well!

It’s a beautiful passage, but I think we often don’t give it enough credit or weight. This passage is more than just poetic words to read at a ceremony. This is profound Scripture, one that speaks to the magnitude and depth of love. It speaks to the essence of what love is – the holiness, perfected nature of love.

And love was initiated through God; He is the source of love.

I want to be very clear that this definition of love, this action of love is not reserved just for romantic relationships. Love, as defined through 1 Corinthians 13 is love.

This is what love is.

Plain and simple, love is the act of 1 Corinthians 13.

Christian Dating and Marriage Advice | Christian Challenges | 1 Corinthians 13

And it is that thought that fueled the creation of this Challenge. We want to challenge you to take on God’s definition of love this month with one of the relationships in your life. Maybe that relationship is with your spouse or significant other, or maybe you two could do the Challenge together!

However, this Challenge is not just for romantic relationships!

It can be done with any close relationship in your life, and we specifically wrote it to apply to many kinds of relationships.

So sign up today, and get ready for a month of building the relationship between yourself, your loved one and God.

Christian Dating and Marriage Advice | Christian Challenges | 1 Corinthians 13