By: Katie Burke February 10, 2020

A couple drove down a country road for several miles, not saying a word.  An earlier discussion had led to an argument and neither of them wanted to concede their position.  

As they passed a barnyard of mules and pigs, the husband asked sarcastically, “Relatives of yours?”

“Yep,” the wife replied, “in-laws.”

This Valentine’s Day, give the couples in your listening audience the refreshing power of laughter in their marriage.  Focus on the Family has made it easy with a free resource they’re inviting you to share.  “A Love that Laughs” includes a trio of excerpts with a variety of date-night ideas and encouraging practical advice.

How to share it:  Select from one of the ready-made web banners and point to this website.

And here’s more love to share all month long:

Marriage On the Air:

The Broadcast

  • How to Find a Good and Godly Spouse (Gary Thomas)
  • Are Your Five Core Needs Being Met? (Dr. Kathy Koch)
  • How to Have a Better Sex Life by Understanding Your Love Style (Milan and Kay Yerkovich)
  • Bringing Laughter to Your Marriage (Ted Cunningham)
  • Strengthening Your Marriage Through Daily Choices (Ron and Jody Zappia)

   Get scripted promos for upcoming broadcasts >>

Get Valentine’s vignettes and more in the Valentine’s Day Tool Kit >>

Valentine’s Day Articles:

For the Kids:
Keeping Valentine’s Day Positive for Kids >>
Valentine’s Day Cards and Activities >>

For Husbands:
Can Guys Watch Hallmark Movies and Keep Their Man Card? >>
4 Things Guys Need to Know Before Buying Valentine’s Day Gifts >>

For Wives:
How to Write a Love Note to Your Spouse >>
25 Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas for Him or Her >>

For Valentine’s Day and every day — it’s always safe to point your listeners to to help marriages that are thriving or in crisis.


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