Over the last two years there has been a melding of our personal lives and our mission to support, encourage and build healthy marriages. It has happened so rapidly in close succession that we hadn’t realized it until now. Many of you have come alongside us and prayed for our family. Thank you! We have benefited from your kindness to us. But we realize that you follow The Romantic Vineyard to find help and hope for your own marriage. You don’t necessarily need to hear about our family’s struggles, unless it directly influences your marriage either by example, encouragement or principle.
We are making changes. I have a blog devoted to family and my writing projects. You can find it at debigraywalter.com. If you have benefited from our personal story I encourage to switch over there and sign up to receive new posts via e-mail. But if you really need and want marriage help, we are promising to keep our focus here on this alone.
We believe it will help you and us to redefine our mission statement at The Romantic Vineyard.
Mission Statement of The Romantic Vineyard.
- To encourage healthy marriages using the Bible as our foundation.
- To share examples from our own marriage to help, equip and encourage others in their marriage
- To share romantic ideas to keep the home fires burning toward each other
- To provide date night ideas to help couples stay connected through all seasons of life
- To share examples of other healthy marriages as we hear of them either through direct interviews, songs or testimonies.
- To keep our posts positive and encouraging
- To adhere to the Christian Marriage Bloggers Association’s (CMBA) mission statement
- To honestly reply to any and all questions shared through comments on our blog.
- To pray for all the marriages represented in our community
It is our desire to continue sharing help and hope for marriages in this challenging world. After 42.5 years of marriage we can stand and say it is worth the hard work building a strong marriage.
Thank you for being the best on-line community ever. We pray your marriage will continue to grow and prosper for God’s glory in these difficult days.