His ability to connect with an audience is second to none.
His clean-cut stage antics is charming, and he loves to encourage audience participation.
In our own driveway, we get to experience everything a real date at the theater has to offer—with less cost and more privacy. You would think that, after 10 years of marriage and three children, my husband and I would have said it all. For date night, we have chosen to spend some time in the card aisle at our local grocery store.
We look the cards over and find one for each other — sometimes humorous, sometimes sweet but never dull. Then we fill out the cards and exchange our most current "vows." With seven kids between us, date nights for my husband and me are rare treasures that require creativity and planning.
After we've put the kids to bed, we grab the baby monitor and go to the "Driveway Theatre." With a warm blanket, a couple of sodas from the fridge and a big bowl of popcorn, we watch a movie on our laptop computer while sitting in our car.
We take turns picking the feature presentation from a DVD, Netflix or Hulu (since we're still in range of our Internet connection).
And I know my thrifty husband appreciates my effort. After arranging to send the kids to Grandma's house for the night, I pick up groceries and flowers from the store.
While my wife takes a bubble bath, I cook dinner for her and serve it by candlelight.
Take the time to view the videos in this list of five great clean comics as a preview before making arrangements to see them live.
Tickets to see any of these comics, along with a cozy dinner for two, make a great start at coming up with church couples night out ideas.