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Season 2 | Episode 1: Date-Nights and a Diamond

Air Date 01/24/2019

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Young love is exciting, but it must be built on a solid foundation in order to flourish. Join John, Greg and Erin as they share their engagement stories. You’ll also hear from guests Roger and Diane Ingolia about the importance of having a marriage mentor, and Gary Thomas on how to find a godly spouse.

  • Featured Book

    Ready to Wed

    Greg Smalley and Erin Smalley

    Written for engaged couples, this book is full of tools, tips, and instructions that start a couple on a straight path to a strong marriage.

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  • Featured Initiative

    Focus on Marriage Assessment

    The Focus on the Family Marriage Assessment is designed to evaluate the strength of 12 essential traits of your marriage. Do you know your marriage’s strengths and weaknesses?

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  • Featured Article

    God's Presence in Your Marriage

    Gary Thomas

    When we remember that God is always present, all the Scripture verses about how to treat each other take on an added importance. With His presence at the center of our homes, we can transform our marriages.

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  • Featured Article

    Are You Ready to Wed?

    Greg Smalley

    How will I know that I'm ready to wed? Dr. Greg Smalley is often asked this question by engaged couples, so he offers his personal insights on how couples can better understand loving and being loved.

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Guest

Roger Ingolia

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Roger Ingolia is a managing supervisor of Focus on the Family's custodial staff while his wife, Diane, manages the ministry's Guest Relations Department. The Ingolias met at a bible study in college and have been married for 37 years. For 35 of those years, they have worked together as pre-marital, marriage and parenting coaches. The couple has two grown children and four grandchildren.

Guest

Diane Ingolia

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Diane Ingolia, manages Focus on the Family's Guest Relations Department. Her husband, Roger Ingolia, is a managing supervisor of Focus on the Family's custodial staff. The Ingolias met at a bible study in college and have been married for 37 years. For 35 of those years, they have worked together as pre-marital, marriage and parenting coaches. The couple has two grown children and four grandchildren.