The New York Times Bestselling book, A Love Letter Life: Pursue Creatively, Date Intentionally, Love Faithfully, will meet you wherever you are in your love story; single, dating or married.
As Jeremy & Audrey write, if you can fall into love, you can most definitely fall out of it. Love is alive, so what is it that makes love grow? And what makes it die? What is the failure behind the failure of love? With one look at our world, it is obvious that love by itself does not endure. However, there is a way, a road less traveled, a path that many choose not to take. Jer & Auj invite you to read along as they tell their story and explore how to build a love that lasts.
Having trouble finding time to stop and connect with your spouse? Does it seem like the weeks just keep coming and you haven't had a meaningful marriage conversation in days, or weeks amidst the bills, kids, and to-do lists? The Marriage Journal is a set aside time to focus on the heartbeat of your home - your marriage. With a weekly calendar and 6 simple questions this practice is designed to be done once a week and has helped thousands of couples from around the world further understand each other, and communicate with consistency and ease.
Join Jeremy & Audrey Roloff as they go Behind The Scenes with thought leaders, entrepreneurs, authors, tv personalities, and friends to talk about faith, work, and life.
On this podcast, The Roloff's share the messy, honest, unfiltered and not so curated parts of life.
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New York Times Bestselling authors of A Love Letter Life, hosts of the top charting Behind The Scenes Podcast, and former co-stars of the Guinness book record holding television show, Little People Big World.
We hope to inspire and ignite you to be more intentional with your relationships, work, faith, and life, through our books, blogs, podcasts, and writings.
We love old cars, camping, the country, and getting outside. We live in the Pacific Northwest with our daughter Ember and son Bode. We hope to own a farm one day to raise our family.