Thriving Despite a Difficult Marriage   -     By: Michael Misja, Chuck Misja
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Thriving Despite a Difficult Marriage

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If your marriage is less than perfect and the "happily ever after" that was promised to you in childhood fairy tales is a distant dream, then Thriving Despite a Difficult Marriage will offer you hope. Christian psychologists, the Misja brothers, explain that faithfulness, not happiness, is God's desire for you. In your less that perfect marriage, you can still have meaning, purpose, endurance, and optimism. Paperback.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: NavPress
Publication Date: 2009
Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.50 (inches)
ISBN: 1600062148
ISBN-13: 9781600062148
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Publisher's Description

Christian psychologists Michael Misja and Chuck Misja show you how to be free from shame if your marriage is not “successful” by conventional Christian standards.

Learn:

• the practical theology of desire
• how the battlefield of the soul impacts your life
• the relational process for moving from hoping in your marriage to hoping in God
• how to love from godly strength, without asking for a response from your spouse

Author Bio

Michael Misja, PhD, BCPCC, is a Christian psychologist and cofounder of North Coast Family Foundation in Cleveland and Akron, Ohio. He has counseled, taught, and spoken on Christian counseling for more than twenty years. In addition to the daily call show he hosted for six years, Michael developed and taught a program in Christian counseling for Moody Extension School for ten years. He has also served as cofounder and clinical director for inpatient and outpatient Christian counseling centers. He and his wife, Lin, found God and were married in New York City, where they were active in the arts and in ministry. They have been married twenty-seven years and have four children.

Charles F. Misja, PhD, is a licensed psychologist and cofounder of North Coast Family Foundation in Cleveland and Akron, Ohio. He has hosted a Christian call-in talk show on several radio stations and has taught at the college and seminary level. Chuck maintains a clinical practice and has been involved with missions work in Brazil for many years. He and his wife, Jackie, are high school sweethearts and have been married thirty-seven years. They have three grown children and six grandchildren. Chuck enjoys running marathons, downhill skiing, and fishing with his grandchildren.




Publisher Description

Michael and Chuck Misja are brothers who are Christian psychologists. They have been in practice together for nearly 20 years. Both have seen how individuals seem unable to stay strong in their marriage when their needs are not being met. This book has been written to meet the needs of their clients and friends who need hope. A main readon we are writing this book is because of the many Christians who labor under the idea that if their marriages are not "happily ever after" marriages then they must not be responsible Christians.

Many Christians believe an idea that we believe is not a biblical one: If we do enough right things, believe the right doctrines, and take full responsibility for our actions, then we will have that "happily ever after" marriage that apparently is God's standard. Those with less than happy marriages feel guilty and like second-class Christians when in fact, we believe that God never promised that our marriages will make us happy. We believe that God's standard is not happiness but faithfulness. This is not a popular concept in today's world.

Author Bios

Michael Misja, Ph.D., is a psychologist who has counseled, taught, and spoken on Christian counseling for over twenty years. He hosted a daily call show for counseling and cultural issues program for six years. For ten years he developed and taught a program in Christian Counseling for Moody Extension School. He has served as co-founder and Clinical Director for inpatient and outpatient Christian Counseling Centers. He and his wife, Lin, found God, met, and married in New York City where they were active in the arts and in ministry. They have been married for twenty seven years and have four children.

Charles F. Misja, Ph.D., has been married to Jackie, his high school sweetheart, for 37 years and they have three grown children and six grandchildren. He is a licensed psychologist and maintains a clinical practice. He has taught at the college and seminary level and has hosted a Christian call-in talk show on several radio stations. Chuck has been involved with missions work in Brazil for many years and speaks Portuguese. He enjoys running marathons, downhill skiing and fishing with his grandchildren.

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