What is “iDid iDo iWill”?
It’s a movement to change the world’s state of mind about marriage. Marriage is a covenant, not a contract, unto God first, than to your spouse. Therefore, what God has put together let no man put asunder. (Mark 10:9)
What does “iDid iDo iWill” mean?
It means, God ordained marriage. In order for marriage to work, we must put God first. We must honor his word. Wives must respect their husbands. Husbands must love their wives. In the beginning God created man then woman. For this reason a man shall leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and they will become one flesh. (Gen 2:22-24)
Jesus also confirms marriage in his teachings here on earth. “But from the beginning of the creation God made them male and female. For this cause shall a man leave his father and mother, and cleave to his wife. And they twain shall be one flesh: so then they are no more twain, but one flesh. (Mark 10:6-9)
In order to have a healthy successful marriage we simply must put God first. In order for husbands to truly love their wives they must love God. In order for wives to truly respect their husbands they must love God. (Eph 5:22-25) How do we love God? I’m glad you asked. We love God by falling in love with His word and His will.
About Tara Botley
Hello, I’m Tara Botley, your certified relationship coach who specializes in marriage! I am a woman who simply loves life and I am most passionate about married women staying married and loving it. A mother of three smart and kind-spirited girls, I have had the honor of being married to Mr. Ed Botley for 13 years. He has been the biggest advocate of my dreams and my best friend. I’m thankful that the Lord has blessed us with a strong foundation, whereas, I can help others with my experiences.
In addition to our online store Jazzy Me Handbags, I have hosted many events to support and encourage marriage. I often say and will tell others I am the biggest cheerleader for marriage, because there was a moment in my marriage when I wanted to leave, but my pastor said to me, “You cannot stay for your kids; you cannot stay because of your home, but what about your word?” It was at that moment unknowingly, “iDid iDo iWill” begun. My word was my vow, not only to my husband, but to the Lord as well!
I find very creative ways to reach married women; rather it’s one-on-one or in a group setting. I love this ministry and I believe this is my calling to help those of us who maybe struggling within their marriage. I am here to help, because I believe in marriage.