Marital Conflict: Talking as Teammates
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Marital Conflict: Talking as Teammates   -     By: Steve Hoppe

Marital Conflict: Talking as Teammates

P & R Publishing / 2020 / Paperback

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How we communicate with one another matters-especially in a marriage. Even if we aren't actively trying to cut down our spouses with our words, we can create friction and misunderstandings that hinder our unity and mutual growth.

The Bible gives us countless principles to help us to communicate in ways that give life, not pain, to our spouses. In thirty-one daily devotional readings, biblical counselor Steve Hoppe paints a picture of a whole new way of communicating, starting with the heart before moving into the practical dos and don'ts. Whether your home is a verbal war zone or you'd simply like to do a little better, this book is written for you. As you read through it with your spouse, meditating on Scripture, praying, and using the practical questions and action steps, you will learn to communicate with Christlike love, grow in holiness, and glorify God with your words.

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Title: Marital Conflict: Talking as Teammates
By: Steve Hoppe
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 96
Vendor: P & R Publishing
Publication Date: 2020
Dimensions: 8.5 X 5.5 (inches)
Weight: 5 ounces
ISBN: 1629956856
ISBN-13: 9781629956855
Series: 31-Day Devotionals for Life
Stock No: WW956850

Publisher's Description

How we communicate with one another matters—especially in a marriage. Even if we aren’t actively trying to cut down our spouses with our words, we can create friction and misunderstandings that hinder our unity and mutual growth. The Bible gives us countless principles to help us to communicate in ways that give life, not pain, to our spouses. In thirty-one daily devotional readings, biblical counselor Steve Hoppe paints a picture of whole new way of communicating, starting with the heart before moving into the practical dos and don’ts. Whether your home is a verbal war zone or you’d simply like to do a little better, this book is written for you. As you read through it with your spouse, meditating on Scripture, praying, and using the practical questions and action steps, you will learn to communicate with Christlike love, grow in holiness, and glorify God with your words.

Author Bio

Steve Hoppe (MDiv, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary; MDiv, Westminster Theological Seminary; Advanced Counseling Certificate, Christian Counseling and Education Foundation) is executive director of Crosstown Counseling LLC. Previously, Steve served as the pastor of counseling at Park Community Church of Chicago.

Endorsements

"A The first sentence of the intro--that's when I wanted in. I knew I would catch a richer vision for Christlike communication with my wife. After having read it, I realize that I have plenty of reasons to ask for forgiveness from her. I've grown up a bit. Hopefully I've become a better husband. Steve's writing is thoughtful, engaging, and biblically rich. My married counselees will love this." -Ed Welch, Counselor and Faculty Member, Christian Counseling and Educational Foundation

Author Information

Steve Hoppe (MDiv, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary; Advanced Counseling Certificate, Christian Counseling and Education Foundation) is executive director of Crosstown Counseling LLC in New York. Previously, Steve served as the pastor of counseling at Park Community Church of Chicago.

Editorial Reviews

In this brief and rich devotional, Steve has given you a set of virtues that can redeem the micro-moments that add up to the macro-state of your marriage. It is biblical, filled with grace, and highly practical. Just what you want and need to strengthen the most important relationship in your life. I would encourage anyone who wants a revived marriage to read and apply the messages of this devotional. -- Tim S. Lane, President, Institute for Pastoral Care; Author, Unstuck: A Nine-Step Journey to Change that Lasts

Practical. A conversation-starter. A guide. Marriage Conflict will teach you how and when to forgive your spouse, how to navigate in-law relationships, how to avoid trying to fix your spouse, and a plethora of other important marriage-related lessons. Through a series of specific, concise, and thoughtful reflections, you will inevitably grow in your communication with your spouse. The format is simple: read, discuss, reflect, and act. You’ll love it. -- Michael Keller, Lead Pastor, Redeemer Presbyterian Church, Lincoln Square, New York

The first sentence of the intro—that’s when I wanted in. I knew I would catch a richer vision for Christ-like communication with my wife. After reading it, I realize that I have plenty of reasons to ask for forgiveness from her. I’ve grown up a bit. Hopefully I’ve become a better husband. Steve’s writing is thoughtful, engaging, and biblically rich. My married counselees will love this. -- Ed Welch, Counselor and Faculty Member, Christian Counseling and Educational Foundation; Author, When People Are Big and God Is Small

Every couple that walks down the aisle faces marriage conflicts, but few of us have the resources to resolve them. In this refreshingly honest and uniquely practical devotional, Steve offers us practical tools to communicate with truth, love, and wisdom. I recommend reading and working through it at least once a year with your spouse. It will bring joy, laughter, and the peace of God to your marriage. -- Rebekah Lyons, Author, Rhythms of Renewal: Trading Stress and Anxiety for a Life of Peace and Purpose and You are Free: Be Who You Already Are

Of all the marriage books I've read, this one has swiftly risen to the top. Writing as both an experienced marriage counselor and as a 'marriage practitioner' alongside his lovely wife, Abby, Steve gives valuable wisdom for couples, and from every imaginable angle, to ensure that even the hardest parts of marital communication are navigated with love. As ironic as it sounds, I can't recommend Marriage Conflict enough for those who wish to master conflict in their marriages. -- Scott Sauls, Senior Pastor, Christ Presbyterian Church, Nashville; Author, Jesus Outside the Lines and A Gentle Answer

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