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The same powerful principles from Neil Anderson's Steps to Freedom in Christ that helped set people free from spiritual bondage can now revolutionize marriage relationships. Setting Your Marriage Free gives biblical insight and practical help for any marriage - whether it's healthy, in trouble, or disastrous. Each chapter ends with questions for group discussion and provides a devotional guide for couples. Can be used personally by couples or with others in a small group setting.
Number of Pages: 237
Vendor: Bethany House
Publication Date: 2014
|Dimensions: 9 X 6 (inches)|
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Is your marriage the best it can be? The same powerful principles from Neil Anderson's Steps to Freedom in Christ that helped set more than one million people free from spiritual bondage can now revolutionize your relationship with your spouse! Neil Anderson and coauthor Charles Mylander offer you the practical tools you need to safeguard your marriage against the things that threaten to destroy it.
Use this book as a couple or share with other couples in a small group. Each chapter includes discussion questions and a devotional guide for couples.
"This book gives biblical insight and practical helps for any marriage--whether it is healthy, in trouble, or disastrous. It is great to use personally or to share. Use it to protect the most important and cherished institution of society--the home."
--Vonette Bright, cofounder, Campus Crusade for Christ International; founder/director, Women Today International
"This book is absolutely life-transforming and marriage-enriching. I love the fact that it is solidly biblical and incredibly practical. There is a gem on every page."
--Jim Burns, PhD, president of HomeWord and executive director of the HomeWord Center for Youth and Family at Azusa Pacific University
Charles Mylander recently retired as Executive Director of Evangelical Friends Mission, the national missionary sending agency for evangelical Friends in the United States. He is the coauthor, with Neil Anderson, of Extreme Church Makeover.
rjjorgenSt Paul MNAge: 25-34Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5good for any marriage looking for moreDecember 8, 2014rjjorgenSt Paul MNAge: 25-34Gender: femaleDisclosure: I received complimentary products to facilitate this review. All opinions are my own.
Setting Your Marriage Free is a good marriage book for those who know their marriage isn't perfect and are looking for more. Even people with a pretty solid marriage will find nuggets of wisdom that will help enrich their relationship. There are discussion questions to use with your spouse or in a small group setting. The book also offers ways to use this book on your own, if you are in a situation where only one partner is interested in improving the relationship.
I felt like the book offered a solid foundation for love with each other and with God. The idea of setting your marriage free is a great way to empower both people in the marriage. It was great to go through it, and my husband and I do have a deeper relationship because of what we learned in this book.
GabrielleLondon, OntarioAge: 25-34Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Excellent!October 8, 2014GabrielleLondon, OntarioAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Perhaps I should start with a little background on myself. I have been married for almost 18 years. I was married at the age of 18 so, yep, in a little over a month, I will have been married for half my life. And I am happily married. I know I'm in a minority with that statement but it is 100% true so when I say a marriage book is worth reading (even when everything is great) I mean it.
What I'm so glad to read in "Setting your Marriage Free", by Neil T. Anderson and Charles Mylander, is the need to start at the source instead of the symptoms. There can't possibly be harmony between two people if there isn't harmony between them and their Savior first. They also talk about money, safe-guarding against adultery, and at length about what happens when only one person in the relationship is willing to work at making it better.
I like how each chapter is laid out. First the theory and then the practical. After all there's no point in reading about making your marriage better if you aren't willing to make changes in yourself. The last chapter of the book includes a step by step method to bettering your marriage no matter how great or how damaged it is.
If you are finding yourself in the midst of marital chaos and distress right now, I'm so sorry. Discord in the home is so painful. My prayer is that you will find peace - first with God and then with your spouse. Hang in there! I wouldn't say this lightly because I take marriage very seriously; this book will help if you are willing to learn from it and apply it.
I got a free copy of this book from Bethany House Publishing Group in exchange for an honest review.