Marriage Advice

What do each of the Chens have to say about a successful, God-fearing marriage? Granted, none of the four children have practical experience in this area, but it seems like they’ve picked up a few lessons from listening to Dad and Mom’s many seminars in premarital counseling.

Love is a sacrifice.


Love and honor God. Then, give 100% of yourself and expect 0% in return, so you will be grateful for every little thing your spouse does for you.


Love is a commitment; it’s more than just a feeling. The best marriages start as friendships; you have to be best friends with your spouse.


Always put God first, then each other, next the children, and after that, everything else. Love and enjoy one another.


No matter how busy your schedule is, space out the best (not the “extra”) time every day to spend with your spouse. No activities or commitment have higher priority than your relationship with God and with each other.


“Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one! You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your strength.” -Deuteronomy 6:4-5


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