"If you are thinking about getting married, you need to read this book."--Neil Clark Warren, founder, eHarmony.com
Anyone can get married. The goal, however, should not only be to marry--but to marry the right person.
As a singles pastor, author Dan Chun worked exclusively with more than 5,000 singles, and of the hundreds who were married under his teaching, less than 10 percent got a divorce--far below the national average. This book incorporates Pastor Dan's principles, which provide practical and proven ways to pick a spouse, and is your guide to finding--and keeping--a lifelong partner. You will discover how to test your relationship for key differences using a variety of methods including the Seven Cs: Character, Chemistry, Competency, Cultural Differences, Commitment, Communication, and Core Values.
Experts agree: Whether you are dating or planning to date, How to Pick a Spouse will give you clear, usable information for guiding your heart and mind before making one of your most important decisions ever.
Dan Chun has been the senior pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Honolulu for the past twenty years, and he is a member of the board of trustees of Fuller Theological Seminary. A former newscaster and award-winning filmmaker, Dan's personal experience with divorce motivates him to work closely with never-married, divorced, and widowed people. Previously, he served as the singles pastor at Menlo Park Presbyterian Church. Dan and his wife are parents of three grown children and live with their two dogs, Max and Molly. Visit him at HowtoPickaSpouse.com.