Wouldn’t you love to tour the country with your husband to share your love story with the masses?
Meagan Good and DeVon Franklin get to do it all the time. The couple are still on a massive book tour to promote the message and meaning behind their New York Times bestseller, The Wait A Powerful Practice for Finding the Love of Your Life and the Life You Love. Their Wait Movement recently brought out hundreds of students from Savannah State, who wanted to hear the couple discuss their celibacy journey.
The actress and her husband made their way to Georgia to continue their book tour to help kick-off Savannah State’s homecoming.
The couple was invited to make an appearance at the school to talk about their book’s message and the Franklins spoke to the eager crowd of students about their decision to abstain from sex until marriage.
The school’s newspaper, The Tiger’s Roar reported that DeVon offered the students struggling with celibacy a little advice, “If I had missed out on the fullness of my purpose, would the bedroom that I would have exchanged them in had been worth it?”
Both of them shared some pictures from the epic night on their Instagram: