A Getaway with Your Husband

getaway-with-your-husbandFind out how to have a  getaway with your husband on a small budget. I will be sharing about how God gave me back the honeymoon I never had, and how God provided miraculously every step of the way on my perfect getaway to the Bahamas. I will also give you ideas on more local getaways that are doable, and how your marriage needs this kind of refreshment.

Join me with Beth Jones on February 13th at 1pm Central (11am Pacific) for a live radio show, where I will share how to have “A Getaway with Your Husband.” At the right time, click here.

For those of you who wanted to come but missed it, here is the recording: (Length: 1:37:59)

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6 Responses to “A Getaway with Your Husband”

  1. momto8blog says:

    yes!! do it! this is one of our secrets to staying in love. being alone together is the best part..there is no need for anything fancy. so worth the babysitter $! for everyone..the whole family benefits! good luck with your radio show…and maybe someday we will get to the Bahamas too!!

    • Susan Evans says:

      Yes, we act differently when we are alone with our spouse as lovers rather than being the mom and dad at home with the kids. Getting away together really changes the way you see each other. This is so vital for refreshing oneness in marriage.

  2. Pamela says:

    My parents were good examples of this. My sister and I were proud to be the kids of the parents of second honeymoons. They had one every year and was a part of their marriage success. Now my kids are grown and I get to help out with child care on THEIR seconds!

    • Susan Evans says:

      I always feel so refreshed and re-connected when I go away with my husband, even if it’s just for one day. When my own children are grown, I will definitely support them by watching their kids so they can breathe and be renewed.

  3. Dana Adams says:

    Well Susan ( I think you already know) but hubby and I have ‘date night’ almost every night. We take off to some remote corner of our 5000 sq ft abode, leave the littles in the care of the older kids and spend time with just us. It doesnt cost us a thing and it is our favorite time of day! Sometimes we pray, sometimes we read sometimes we talk ….I love it~

    • Susan says:

      That’s great, Dana! I like to put my kids to bed at 8pm, even though they don’t go to sleep for a while. This way I get to spend time alone with my husband. It’s great to stay connected on a daily basis.

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