I'm Molly, and the hottie above is my husband, Brad.
This relationship of ours started out when we were in high school, I was a young sophomore and he was a senior [don't ask me why my parents let me date a senior]! Anyways, this boy asked me out via instant messenger [does instant messenger even still exist?], and of course I said yes to going on an after football game date to the classy Applebees down the street. While Brad was away at college his freshman year, he met the Lord and our relationship changes drastically. God became the center of our relationship, and when that happened, Brad transformed into this man after the Lord's heart, which than encouraged my walk with Christ, which therefore made us pursue each other in an entirely different way. When two people love Jesus more than each other, God tends to do amazing things in love relationships. The summer before my sophomore year of college, I went off to be a camp counselor at Camp Tadmor, and Brad went off to play baseball for Athletes in Action up in Alaska. That summer, the Lord did some crazy things in our lives, both individually and as a couple. When our summers of serving Him in two different places came to an end, we were closer than we had ever been before, and after lots and lots of prayer and counsel, we decided it was finally time to take the plunge and say, "I do and I will!" So, we did. We got married 3 months later, on December 21, 2009. It was such an incredible day of celebration, full of all the people we love, and declaring that Christ would forever be at the center of our marriage. We are happily married, living life as an adventure, following whatever the Lord calls us to go and do. When we got married, we promised ourselves that we would never let ourselves live 'comfortably', meaning, we would never allow ourselves to get so comfortable that we would never be challenged in our walk with Christ. So far, we have yet to get comfortable, and this next chapter of our lives will be anything but comfortable, forcing us to cling to the only solid rock there is and ever will be.
"Do not be conformed to the patterns of this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect."
Romans 12 v. 2