If you've tried to lead your husband to God only to find you've pushed him further away, this book is for you. Inside you'll find biblical truth, practical help and comforting insight from women who have found themselves in an unequally yoked marriage. You'll discover God is in control and there is hope.
You Can ThriveNot Just Survivein An Unequally Yoked Marriage
Marriage is challenging, even under the best of circumstances. But for those of us whose husbands dont believe or are not growing spiritually, marriage brings difficulties unlike those faced by other women of faith.
If you love a man who is not committed to Christ, you may feel frustrated, guilty, or anxious; discouraged and lonely. You likely worry about how your husbands beliefsor lack of themwill affect your children. Perhaps you, like so many women, have tried to "help" your husband find or deepen his relationship with Godonly to find that you have, unbelievably, pushed him farther away. You may be wondering, "What do I do now?" Or, worse, you may have lost all hope. God is still in control.
Speaking from experience, Nancy Kennedy offers biblical truth, practical help, and comforting insight from women who have walked in your shoesand who have come to better trust God and more fully understand what to do (and what not to do) When He Doesnt Believe.
Nancy Kennedy has found contentment and peace even after being in a spiritually unequal marriage for more than twenty-five years. She is the author of five books and is published frequently in numerous Christian publications. Nancy and her husband Barry make their home in Inverness, Florida, and are the parents of two daughters.
"The next time we hear from a woman who feels alone in her faith, we'll know just where to turn. Nancy Kennedy has given countless souls new strength with this helpful book. It's desperately needed and long overdue. When He Doesn't Believe, supplies hope for every wife who wonders if God has not heard her prayers for her husband's salvation. Nancy writes from the heart, and your heart will be touched by her words."
--Drs. Les and Leslie Parrott, Authors of When Bad Things Happen to Good Marriages