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Mr. and Mrs. Warrior (11 years)


Two Warriors

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Adrain and Melissa Warrior were two college students who fell in love. They have known each other since 1999. They jumped the broom on November 30, 2002. Keeping God first has kept them together!
Texas, USA


What qualities did you see in this person that made you want to marry him/her?

Melissa- He is funny, reserved, nice, loving, and trusting.
Adrain-She is outgoing, loving, caring, knew God, trustworthy and I enjoyed her company.

                             How do you keep the romance going?

Adrain- Listen and pay attention! Keep the focus on putting your wife at the top of your list. Always and think of new ways to show her how special she is.

                   What are some things you enjoy doing as couple?

Going to the movies, taking trips, going out to eat, watching shows together and looking at new homes

                             What is your favorite part of marriage?

Melissa- Being with my partner for the rest of my life.
Adrain-Learning and growing together to become one.
What is the most important aspect in a marriage to make it successful?

Melissa- communication, trust and honesty

Adrain- Keep God number1 and make your spouse number 1b.

                   How have you dealt with stressful times that arise?

Melissa-seeking God and trying to correct the wrongs.

Adrain-praying and never giving up.††

                             What advice can you offer newlyweds?

Melissa-listen with an open heart, forgive and apologize. Don't go to bed mad.

 Adrain- Put your feelings aside and have compassion for your spouse and their feelings.

                   What do you see as the strengths of your marriage?

Trusting in God and the willingness to fight for our marriage

                   Adrain, what do you
about Melissa?

She is loving, caring and never gives up.

                   Melissa, what do you
about Adrain?

He is loving, caring, and a hard worker.

                   What advice would you give newlyweds?

Get to know each other, seek marriage counseling, find a good church home, be best friends, and do it God's way.

                   What song best describes your marriage?
 Never Would've Made It by Marvin Sapp


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