In your Christian walk of faith it is important to pray together with other believers. Not only with your church , but with friends, your spouse, and other family members as well. There are some people who are a little afraid when it comes to praying out loud , but there is nothing wrong with praying silently while others pray out loud until that person becomes more comfortable. Corporate prayer opens up your heart to the needs of others.
People say prayer brings married couples together, but what about unmarried ones? To pray together, or not to pray together? That is the question. For married couples of faith, the decision is a bit more obvious. They have clever adages in support of the idea, such as, "The couple that prays together, stays together," as well as a whole host of surveys, books, and websites singing the praises of how prayer can strengthen a relationship. Should they be praying together, or is couple's prayer an intimate activity that is better suited for marriage?
How Much Should We Pray Together? (Spiritual Intimacy and Dating, Part 4)
Obviously, prayer is a huge part of the life of a Christ follower. You will never hear me by the grace of God tell someone that he or she should not pray; however, before a couple commits to marry each other, I would recommend that they exercise caution in spending too much time praying together. Of the spiritual intimacies discussed in this series, prayer is one of the most intimate spiritual experiences you can share with another person.
Social Media seem to have a lot to say as it relates to life in general. Perspectives from around the world are thrown together by hashtags. The winning perspective is oftentimes the most attractive; the one that thwarts the general ideas of reality. Dating is one area of life that social media has successfully conceptualized into something far different from what it actually is.