The Smalleys begin each page with a short devotional. Then they offer the date idea which typically boils down to: bowling, laser tag, indoor wall climbing, a nice dinner, movie, or going for a hike.
Of course, there are other options through out the fifty some dates but it seemed like the dates became repetitive. The bonus sections for each date deals with how you and your date "debrief" afterwards. There are questions to ask one another.
All in all, I was a bit disappointed in this book. My expectations were too high for something like this. When I see a title of "Great Dates", I expect great date ideas and not just more of the same.