What does it look like to love your husband well, according to the Bible? It doesn’t mean being a “perfect” wife. After all, if we were perfect, we wouldn’t need Jesus! And it doesn’t mean living up to every single one of your husband’s expectations—nowhere in the Bible will you find a command to give up who God created you to be in favor of who your husband wants you to be. So what does it mean? Dare to Love Your Husband Well is an interactive devotional and journal designed to lead you to a deeper, more fulfilling relationship with God and with your husband. Each day includes a Bible verse, a short prayer, a journaling prompt and space for meditative writing, and a dare. That’s right, a dare! Because getting to a place of deeper intimacy can be scary—it requires vulnerability and risk taking, and probably some tough soul searching. What are the blocks keeping you from the kind of marriage God designed? Are there idols in your life that you need to lay down in order to make room for the blessings God has in store for you? Or maybe you have a vague sense of dissatisfaction that you’ve never taken the time to define, never mind figure out what to do about it. Sometimes loving your husband well means telling him what you need. Are you afraid to speak out loud what you really want from your partner and best friend? With Dare to Love Your Husband Well, you will be challenged to pray for your husband, to recognize his strengths, to voice your desires, to discover his unique needs, and to experience the kind of intimacy God intends for your marriage.
Sara Daigle was born and raised in a horse and buggy Amish home and is now married to her husband of fifteen years and a homeschooling mother of four, residing on the beautiful Olympic Peninsula of Washington State. Her desire to share with women of multiple cultures an identity and purpose in Christ has moved her to put heart to page, sharing life-transforming truth born out of her own journey and growth. In her free time, you will find her serving on the worship team of her church, exploring sandy beaches with her family, or hiking the peaks of her favorite mountains. She lives in Sequim, Washington.