Getting to know the ministry and key members of the church you attend is a great idea to build a supportive network. Ministers are used to giving marital advice, and fellow community members (other married couples) will be happy to share stories and give you advice. My advice to you is to take the time to really get to know your spouse, by asking questions related to his faith, such as, his what is his relationship with christ, how does he deal with those that challenge faith, what are his favorite scriptures, and when does he believe prayer is most important? Talk with him about morality and sin, and his feelings on birth control and reproduction. What does marriage mean to you and your partner? Finally, you may choose to read scriptures together and talk about them.
Sometimes as a Christian we think that we will not have problems but unfortunately we are all human. You have the benefit of pastors or ministers at your church who can offer advice and many churches have free counselling sessions and couples courses. They also often have marriage retreats. It is excellent that you are looking for help early-on in your marriage to set a solid and firm foundation.
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