#BecomingOne: I Still Need to be Pursued

I learned quickly after we got married that Cindy is a poor looser and I gloat when I win. This made dating after we were married difficult. But when we didn’t date we drifted into my work, our kids, my job. Here I share about the first time we went camping.

If you don’t continue to date your spouse, you will drift apart. You may be good roommates, good parenting-partners, or even two ships passing in the night. But to have a great marriage, means to stay connected through common interests, spending intentional time together, where you continual pursue your spouse. Hear from Michael and Cindy Easley as they divulge their own journey to finding common interests and prioritizing date night.



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