Dating a nonbeliever
Paul tells the believers in Corinth who are married to non-believers that, If any brother has a wife who is not a believer and she is willing to live with him, he must not divorce her.
Of course, if your husband would watch it with you, all the better.
Both are powerful testimonies to your husband of your faith.
I would encourage you to keep praying daily for him both in your quiet time as well as in agreement with other mature believers (keeping in mind that prayer for him should not be confused with gossiping about him).
The reason isn’t because the articles are offensive, but rather because according to these articles, my life is terribly offensive to God.
I did “missionary date” my now-husband in college (well, actually I was in denial; his referring to himself as a Christian did not make him one), have been “unequally yoked” to him for five years now, and at the young age of 20 and 23 made “not having babies” our option.
If you have only been married a few years, there might be some hazards further down the road that you have not yet considered. If both you and your husband were non-Christians at the time of your marriage, and you have accepted the Lord Jesus Christ as your Savior since then, you have done nothing wrong. I married young and I married quickly, because I was afraid of being left alone. Joshua made a peace treaty with them to let them live, and the leaders of the people ratified it by oath. Joshua So because of their oath, they had to let the treaty stand, instead of destroying the Gibeonites, which was what God had originally ordered them to do. At my wedding, I had promised, in front of God, to love, honor and obey Bob, and to stay married to him until one of us died.