Before You Say I Do.

What do you expect? Do you share the same values? Here is the checklist? Do you agree or dis-agree? Premarital classes available. Answer the questions below to see if you agree or disagree with your potential spouse.

do you know each others values? and do you agree or DISAGREE?

  • Do you have a college degree and stable employment?

  • Do you currently have children?

  • Do you want to have children? If so how many?

  • Do you agree with the word of God that the wife is to submit to her husband?

  • Do you agree the husband is the leader in the home even if he is not doing a good job?

  • Do you prioritize paying your bills on time to keep good credit

  • Can you accept criticism and admit when you are wrong or do you become a politician and divert the issue?

  • Do you have a short and long term financial plan that includes a home, children, their college education, vacations and retirement?

  • When you have a disagreement or conflict how do you resolve it?

  • Do you like things neat and organized and can’t stand disorganization and mess?

  • Do you feel each spouse should have his/her own free time?

  • Are you willing to make changes in your mindset and habits to please your spouse?

what do you expect your role as the husband or wife to be?

  • Both husband and wife will work and contribute to the family finances.

  • The mother should be home with the children and is Preschool and option so the wife can work?

  • Do you manage the finances separately or together? Do you have joint or separate bank accounts?

  • Does the wife do all the housework, cleaning and cooking?

  • What religion do you both believe and follow? What church will you attend? If the religion is different then what religion do you teach your children?

  • Do you keep your in-laws from interfering with your marriage decision making and the day to day activities?

  • Is the husband responsible for household repairs and lawn upkeep?

  • Does the husband have the final say so in everything?

  • Does the husband have the responsibilities to lead in spiritual matters?

  • Does the wife normally prepare all the meals?


Did you talk about finances?

About nine-in-ten Americans (88%) cited love as a very important reason to get married, ahead of making a lifelong commitment (81%) and companionship (76%), according to a 2013 Pew Research Center survey. financial stability (28%) or legal rights and benefits (23%) were very important reasons to marry.

Marriage Can Win
By Hylick