Foot Stuff

Foot Mask

Physical Touch

Acts of Service

Pamper your partner with the gift a foot mask and commit to apply it whenever the time is right.

Containers

Organizers

Acts of Service

When things are organzied, it makes people feel good. Gift some things that make organizing easier for your friends, spouse, or family.

Todo List Board

To-Do Board

Acts of Service

Nothing speaks to an Acts of Service person more than a "To-Do" list—here's one you can gift! Encourage your loved one to write down their heart's desires, and then commit to do all you can to make them happen.

Book Convoscouple

101 Conversation Starters for Couples

With 101 probing questions, couples will find their relationship enhanced, their intimacy deepened, and their romance ignited. 101 Conversation Starters for Couples is the perfect companion to the bestselling book, The 5 Love Languages®. It also makes an excellent Valentines Day, wedding, and anniversary gift. It helps you and your spouse get the conversation flowing.

Candy Buffet

Candy Buffet

Acts of Service

Set up a small candy buffet for your kids, spouse, or friends the next time you host a get-together. Dress up as a classy server (white gloves and all), and serve them at a special time during the evening.

Planner

Organizer

Acts of Service

Get an organizer and enter all the relevant birthdays and specials days before you give it to your loved one. For the one whose secondary love language is Words of Affirmation, include a few loving entries every month.

Book 52dates

52 Uncommon Dates

52 Uncommon Dates is more than a book . . . it’s an experience! Each date will set the scene for you and walk you through how to make it happen. Finish strong with questions that help keep conversation alive, incorporate prayer in ways that are natural and relevant to real life, and learn ways to practically speak each other’s love language along the way. Ignite prayerful and playful connections in ways that deepen the relational, physical, emotional, and spiritual aspects of your relationship—one date at a time.