This biblical practical book will help couples restore warmth and vitality to their marriages. Written for both newlyweds and for those who have long been married, this will certainly become a classic for years to come.
A biblical, practical look at how couples can restore warmth and vitality to their marriages. Written both for newlyweds and those who have been married for years.
Dr. Wayne Mack lives in Pretoria, South Africa, where he serves as director of ACBC Africa and as director and professor of biblical counseling at Strengthening Ministries Training Institute, a certified training center of ACBC International. Previously he served as chairman of the biblical counseling department at The Masters University and Seminary in California. He was a board member of NANC (now the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors) and FIRE (Fellowship of Independent Reformed Evangelicals). He also counseled and taught at CCEF (Christian Counseling and Educational Foundation) for fifteen years. Wayne and his wife Carol have been married since 1957. They have four adult children and twenty-two grandchildren. He has written twenty-six books on biblical counseling and practical Christian life issues.
Its always with confidence and joy that I recommend Dr. Mack's books. He is so thorough and so thoroughly biblical. When you read them you know that you've just spent valuable time with our Lord and His powerful word.
In whatever state you see your own marriage, I am confident you will find here the principles and practices youve searched for as you seek to reflect Jesus Christs relationship to His bridethe church.
Sweethearts for a Lifetimeroots marriage in Christ and the gospel, and in separate sections devoted to men and women it identifies the callings God has clearly given them in Scripture. This book bears reading and rereading by couples together!
Christian marriages are meant to get better over time. It is for want of knowing and applying the truths Wayne Mack has spelled out so well in this book that many marriages do not.