Just as the best coaches remind their players to master the basics of their sport, Christian couples need to be regularly reminded of the basics of a Christian marriage. This book sets out to provide such reminders. The authors have broken down nineteen areas of marriage by briefly summarizing the Bible's teaching and offering a series of penetrating questions to help readers take inventory of themselves and their marriage. Each section ends with two recommended resources to dig deeper.
John and Martha break down nineteen areas of your marriage, using penetrating questions that enable you to inventory your marriage. Each section ends with recommended resources to dig deeper.
Martha Peace is a biblical counselor and conference speaker, as well as a bestselling author. She lives with her husband, Sanford, in Peachtree City, Georgia. Stuart W. Scott is Associate Professor of Biblical Counseling at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, a fellow of NANC, and has over 25 years experience in counseling and pastoral ministry.
John Crotts is pastor of Faith Bible Church, Sharpsburg, Georgia, and the author of other books on the family.
There are many usesboth personal and pastoralfor this practical little book. In the home, for example, it can be adapted easily for family worship. In the church it can serve as a useful resource for counseling, as a tool for a marriage retreat, and more. I value this book, not just because of its biblically-sound content, but also because my friendship with the authors convinces me that what they write in this book they also practice in their lives.
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