Tying the Knot: A Premarital Guide to a Strong and Lasting Marriage
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Tying the Knot: A Premarital Guide to a Strong and Lasting Marriage  -     By: Rob Green

Tying the Knot: A Premarital Guide to a Strong and Lasting Marriage

New Growth Press / 2016 / Paperback

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Tying the Knot offers soon-to-be-married couples a practical vision of Christ-centered marriage that is realistic, hopeful, and actionable. This nine-session study guides couples through issues like conflict, expectations, communication, finances, and intimacy, showing how each can be successfully resolved with Christ at the center of the marriage.

Knowing the stresses and needs of a couple in their season of engagement, Green has helpfully designed the study to require a manageable (and healthy) 60 minutes of at-home work per session, with questions and exercises to build communication and intimacy at the end of each chapter. Tying the Knot also includes an appendix for mentors, making it easy for a married couple, lay leader, or counselor to lead an engaged couple through the book.

Product Information

Title: Tying the Knot: A Premarital Guide to a Strong and Lasting Marriage
By: Rob Green
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 208
Vendor: New Growth Press
Publication Date: 2016
Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)
Weight: 9 ounces
ISBN: 194257259X
ISBN-13: 9781942572596
UPC: 9781942572596
Stock No: WW572592

Publisher's Description

Tying the Knot by Rob Green offers soon-to-be-married couples a practical vision of Christ-centered marriage that is realistic, hopeful, and actionable. With homework to help any counselor or couple put crucial lessons into practice, Tying the Knot is a highly relevant premarital counseling book.

This eight-session study guides couples through issues like conflict, expectations, communication, finances, and intimacy, showing how each can be successfully resolved with Christ at the center of the marriage.

Knowing the stresses and needs of a couple in their season of engagement, Green has helpfully designed the study to require a manageable (and healthy) 60 minutes of at-home work per session, with questions and exercises to build communication and intimacy at the end of each chapter. 

Tying the Knot also includes an appendix for mentors, making it easy for a married couple, lay leader, or counselor to lead an engaged couple through the book.

Field-tested and recommended by multiple counselors in a thriving counseling practice, Tying the Knot has already guided many couples into a stronger and more joyful union.

Let this eight-week premarital study reorient your life and marriage around Christ, so you both will experience all the blessings of marriage as God designed it.

Author Bio

Rob Green, MDiv, PhD, is the pastor of counseling and seminary ministries at Faith Church, Lafayette, Indiana. Rob wrote Tying the Knot and several smaller works on marriage and family issues. He is the coauthor of Tying Their Shoes: A Christ-Centered Approach to Preparing for Parenting. Rob and his wife, Stephanie, have three children.

Endorsements

“All the issues that every marriage faces can be addressed with self as the center or with Jesus as the center. Whether you’re a pastor, counselor, marriage mentor, premarital couple, or married couple, use Tying the Knot to join marriages to the cross. From now on, this is the book I will recommend for premarital and marital counseling.”
--Bob Kellemen, Author of Gospel-Centered Counseling and Gospel Conversations

Tying the Knot is a great book for those considering marriage. The topics are highly relevant and the homework will help any counselor or couple to put these crucial lessons into practice. I gladly recommend this book to anyone involved in premarital counseling.”
--Garrett Higbee, Executive Director of Biblical Soul Care, Harvest Bible Chapel and the Biblical Counseling Coalition

Tying the Knot shows the connection between having an amazing Savior and things like communication or budgets. Where it can be easy to fall into mechanistic teaching, Rob Green draws the line from Christ’s obedience and provision to our lives. I appreciated his focus on the community of Christ and its importance in marriage. I recommend this book to anyone who is doing premarital counseling.”
--Elyse Fitzpatrick, Author of Counsel from the Cross

“Dr. Green has provided a resource I didn’t know I needed so badly. Green understands two things particularly well: the dynamics of how real people relate and how those dynamics reveal their constant need for Jesus Christ. The practical exercises that flow from these insights will make it easy on counselors helping couples to prepare for marriage.”
--Jeremy Pierre, Associate Professor of Biblical Counseling & Dean of Students, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

About the Author

Rob Green, MDiv, PhD, is the Pastor of Counseling and Seminary Ministries at Faith Church (Lafayette, Indiana); BCC Council Board member, NANC certified; instructor and counselor at FBCM; and author of counseling minibooks. He and his wife Stephanie have three children.

Special Features

  • Presents a day-to-day vision of Christ-centered marriage that is realistic, hopeful, and practical
  • Demonstrates clearly - in just nine chapters or sessions - how issues like conflict, expectations, communication, finances, and intimacy can only be successfully and satisfyingly approached with Christ at the center of a marriage
  • Field tested and recommended by multiple counselors in a thriving counseling practice
  • Highly practical and accessible for couples, requires about 60 minutes of weekly at-home work
  • Includes chapter-by-chapter exercises and questions for couples to do separately and together to build communication and intimacy
  • Includes an appendix for mentors to guide couples through the book

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