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Get Married for Christ's Sake was written especially for Christian singles who are seriously considering engagement. Regardless of your marital status, you stand to benefit from taking a fresh look at the bigger picture of marriage. Many marriages crash and burn because the spouses were not careful about whom they became emotionally involved with in the first place. Let God guide you through the relational maze.
Number of Pages: 144
Vendor: Creation House
Publication Date: 2011
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
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Kenny Jackson is a filmmaker, producer, and an astute observer of human nature. In this book, the author likens marriage to a marathon that, unfortunately, too many people embark on with little or no training. Often, the results are disastrous, and Christian marriages are vulnerable to failure for the same reasons as non-Christian marriages. But, Kenny believes things dont have to end badly if certain steps are taken at the start.
Author Kenny Jacksons diverse background includes serving as a missionary with Youth With A Mission (YWAM), based in Hong Kong. After sharing the Gospel on four continents, Kenny worked as a producer, director and writer on two award-winning movies for The Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN). Kenny frequently teaches internationally on the topic of sexuality and relationships. He enjoys empowering young people with practical tips on how to be victorious in an overly sexualized culture. He lives in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, with Maria, his wife of 23 years, and their three teenaged children.