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For any woman frustrated by the current state of her marriage and tired of waiting for things to change, this book offers hope. God has already given you the weapons to change your marriage; you just have to use them. Rather than projecting an idealized version of Christian marriage, Nine Thoughts challenges some basic assumptions about marriage, starting with the idea that submission is not an end in itself, but a tool to reach God's true goal of onenesss.
|Title: Nine Thoughts That Can Change Your Marriage: Because a Great Relationship Doesn't Happen by Accident|
By: Sheila Wray Gregoire
Number of Pages: 240
Publication Date: 2015
|Dimensions: 8.00 X 5.19 (inches)|
Weight: 7 ounces
Stock No: WW427083
Sheila Wray Gregoire is a popular speaker, marriage blogger, and the author of seven books, including The Good Girl's Guide to Great Sex. She loves encouraging women in their relationships, both with God and with their husbands, children, and friends. Her passion is for marriage, and she and her husband Keith speak together at marriage outreaches and at FamilyLife Canada marriage conferences. Sheila believes in authenticity, and gives real solutions to the very real and messy problems women, and couples, can face.
Marriage is messy. We desperately yearn to feel like we're one, but too often our spouse gets in the way of all of our sweet dreams. And when we've tried all the typical advice - just pray, just duck and wait for him to change, just hold your tongue and be nice and he'll adjust, too - what do we do then?
What if making marriages work is more than just submitting and respecting? What if God gave us a far greater arsenal for forging intimacy - and we've ignored it?
9 Thoughts That Will Change Your Marriage will point people to deep truths which, if we understand them, will empower us to grow our marriages, even if those marriages are messy. You do have the ability to change your marriage. It's not about sitting back and waiting and playing the "duck" game - but actually joining the battle and being part of what God is trying to do in your family.