10 Fun Date Night Quizzes

Even after dating, engagement, and a wonderful honeymoon phase of marriage, it’s still possible to learn something new about your spouse! As we mention in our latest podcast, Gerhard and I love to do quizzes on our date nights as a way of getting to know each other better. They’re usually lighthearted and fun, but sometimes we like to throw in some more serious topics. I hope you enjoy these quizzes and get some ideas to create your own!

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Marriage and Family with Patrick Sullivan

Ger and Joce have a conversation on parenting with Patrick Sullivan, founder of Evango, a Catholic missionary organization for the new evangelization, and father of eight. Through his years of work as a missionary, Patrick saw the need that marriages and families have for practical, human formation and has started developing his own program, Me and My House, to strengthen marriages and families. We get to know his story, as well as get him to share some practical tips and tricks to strengthen our marriage and help improve ourselves as parents.

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Gerhard Freundorfer
Your Presence Matters

In an age where technology takes a prominent place in our home, many people are asking whether we still know how to be social. But I think beyond the usual answer of “turn off your devices when you’re with someone,” is a deeper cry for what it means to have a meaningful connection. Join me as I reflect on the importance of presence with our children and our partners.

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Gerhard Freundorfer
Find your blue flame

It's easy in marriage to lose your sense of self amidst the demands of your relationship with your spouse and children. Jennifer Fulwiler's book, One Beautiful Dream explores her journey of maintaining her identity amidst her growing family through her passion for writing. This book inspired us, and we thought we'd share our thoughts on this book, as well as explore the idea of having a blue flame.

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The Choleric Wife: Part 1

It’s not easy to be a choleric woman. Many people naturally link the choleric tendencies (dominance, aggression) with manliness. Nevertheless I knew I would find more freedom and peace if I allowed myself to be what I was. And when my husband challenged me to bring my cholera back into our relationship, I decided to try to figure out how be a choleric and thrive as a wife and a mother.

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