My FH & I are working through our pre-marital counseling work book (http://www.amazon.com/Before-You-Say-Do-Preparation/dp/1565076370
) and more often than not I feel (he has agreed) that we're going through a Bible study. We're torn on this, because while we love diving into God's word together, we're not big fans of how... "cheesy" this book is. Now, we're going to finish it because it's part of our counseling. But my question is do you have any recommendations for Bible studies geared towards couples that aren't cheesy? I'm all for "learning to communicate" and "building intimacy" and what-not, but really I just want to get into the Bible with my FH.
Sitting down and picking passages to read together isn't the best option for us, because I feel like unless we have a "goal", we won't do it. Plus we can't ever decide on where to start, haha. So I guess I'm looking for maybe a guideline or reading plan for us to go through together? I'm not sure.