Between their social image and pick-and-choose Christian beliefs, Steve and Barbara Uhlmann had actually managed to fool a lot of peopleprimarily themselves. They had propped up a grand illusion that they were living out a pretty decent love story when all along it wasnt even close. When ghosts from their past finally exposed how shallow their love actually was, it could have marked the end of it all. Instead, it marked a new and wonderful beginning. It took a lot of raw honesty and bare-knuckled forgiveness to get there, but they found a love that few couples ever find. Fortunately, their story shows all of us how we can find it too.
Tim Kimmel, author of Grace-Based Parenting
In a culture where relationships are falling apart, The Uhlmann Story reminds us that it is never too late to build an amazing marriage.
John Trent, PhD, The Gary Chapman Chair of Marriage and Family Ministry and Therapy at Moody Theological Seminary
Every hour I invested in this manuscript brought great delight! Steves and Barbaras insights into marriage and intimacy make me want to stand up and cheer and tell everyone I know about this priceless "work of heart!" No doubt it will have the same impact on all who are open to learning what it means to recognize and minister to your spouses deepest needs.
Shannon Ethridge, MA, life/relationship coach, speaker, and author of twenty-two books, including the best-selling Every Womans Battle series
The Uhlmann Story is compelling, powerful, and needed. Steve and Barbara have done an incredible job of walking through real-life application of Gods plan to heal and restore his people back into his image.
Timothy R. Jennings, MD, author of Could It Be This Simple? and The God-Shaped Brain
Called 2 Love: The Uhlmann Story is a heartfelt revelation told in a genuine attempt to help others make healthy change that brings about healing and true intimacy.
Drs. Les and Leslie Parrott, authors of Saving Your Marriage Before It Starts
This book provides a beautiful narrative of how transformational love can change the heart and make all the difference in a marriage.
Darryl DelHousaye, DMin, president of Phoenix Seminary