Well, my first suggestion would be to both get involved in a solid Bible study.My wife and I both accepted Christ as children/teens and were raised in conservative Christian families. We have both attended church our whole lives, and have been members of our current church for over a decade. We have raised our children as Christians in the church. We eat dinner together most nights and pray over our meal. We attend church often, though at times we have conflicts with kids’ sports/activities that preclude us from attending. We tithe regularly. My wife has appeared to stray somewhat in her faith in recent years, admitting a sort of skepticism I did not use to see in her. She still attends church every time we go though and actively participates in worship. I have never wavered in my faith, as God has brought me through some tremendous hardship in my life. I read the Bible, especially when I am struggling. I am not sure about my wife in that regard. I pray often and hope she does too.