Lds dating ideas

In all the excitement of being engaged and planning your wedding, you probably didn’t give much thought to how your daily post-wedding life was going to be.

As a son or daughter of God, you have a right to be respected, as well as respect those you date.

A good question to ask yourself when contemplating a possible date is to ask yourself if the person lives gospel standards.

Do not date someone you know will tempt you to compromise your standards or your virtue.

• Go for a walk or hike • Rent a tandem bike • Go rollerblading • Play basketball or a game of ‘horse’ • Go camping • Play tennis or racquetball • Go rock climbing • Learn how to canoe or kayak • Go fishing • Garden or plant a tree • Go horseback riding • Play croquet • Go ice skating, cross country skiing, or sledding • Have a snowball fight • Go sightseeing • Wash the car • Go geocaching with your GPS • Fly a kite • Go to the beach or pool • Play mini golf • Attend the circus • Go to a water park or amusement park • Visit a local arboretum or rose garden • Browse in a bookstore • Go garage sale hunting or to an antique auction • Visit the batting cages or driving range • Go to the cannery • Go to the temple • Browse around in IKEA and have some Swedish meatballs • Volunteer at a local shelter, school, or library • Go for a drive through the country • Visit a local U-Pick orchard for apples, blueberries, or raspberries • Go bowling • Visit a flea market, thrift store, or antique shop • Go window shopping • Go out for breakfast (instead of dinner) • Meet each other for lunch in the middle of a busy day • Visit a zoo or aquarium • Go to a local festival or parade • Go to a family-friendly comedy club • Take a dinner cruise • Check out houses on the Parade of Homes • Attend a sporting event (minor league or high school games are cheaper) • Visit a museum or art gallery (college campus museums are usually free) • Play laser tag or paintball • Take a dance class • Browse at a furniture store, try out all the sofas and chairs • Go to a local high school or community theater play or concert • Attend a dance or music recital on a nearby college campus • Go out for dessert; order something and split it • Get a hotel room, swim in the pool, and enjoy the continental breakfast • Stay at a bed and breakfast • Learn to cook something new together • Do yoga, Pilates, aerobics, or stretching together • Watch a TV show together on a blow-up mattress or futon in your living room • Read the same book over a month, then discuss it in a spouse “book club” • Read and discuss a chapter in the scriptures or an article in the Ensign • Watch a favorite Disney movie from when you were a kid • Go to a drive-in movie theater • Learn to make and paint pottery • Find a food storage recipe and try it out • Go rake a neighbor’s leaves or shovel their driveway • Rent a DVD (or a free one from the library) and pop popcorn • Make homemade ice cream • Work on family history • Work on writing up a will together • Bake a treat and deliver it to the neighbors • Play a Scrabble tournament • Trade back rubs • Take a bubble bath or shower together • Invite another couple over to play Scene It • Have a picnic on a blanket on your living room floor or in the backyard • Make S’mores in a fire pit, your fireplace, or the microwave • Go camping in your backyard a cook with your Dutch oven • Plan a vacation you’d like to take someday ♥ Jenny Evans Exclusively for Wedding Copyright © 2011 Wedding

As members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, we have high standards regarding LDS dating.

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