Love and War Devotional for Couples
The Eight-Week Adventure That Will Help You Find the Marriage You Always Dreamed Of
Oct 5, 2010 | 144 Pages
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About Love and War Devotional for Couples
Is your relationship with your spouse far from the union you’d hoped it would be? John and Stasi Eldredge know about the realities of marriage—and they know why it’s so important to take hold of the dreams you once had and see God fulfill them.
In this eight-week devotional, John and Stasi will guide you and your spouse to see God’s heart for your marriage more clearly. This life-changing guide includes new insights, encouraging Scriptures, and practical exercises that will help you develop a personal plan for a vibrant marriage.
As John and Stasi write, “We learn to love moment by moment. Day by day. Week by week. Our marriages grow and become what God intended and what we ultimately long for in the same way. We are, all of us, learning to love.”
About John EldredgeJohn Eldredge is the founder and director of Ransomed Heart Ministries in Colorado Springs, Colorado, a fellowship devoted to helping people discover the heart of God. John is the author of numerous books, including Wild at Heart, Waking the Dead, Desire and Epic, and the coauthor of Captivating and The Sacred Romance. He and his wife, Stasi, have three fabulous sons.
About Stasi Eldredge
Stasi Eldredge is the coauthor of Captivating and the Sacred Romance; she leads the women's events of Ransomed Heart Ministries in Colorado Springs, Colorado, a fellowship devoted to helping people discover the heart of God. Stasi longs to see lives transformed by the love of Jesus and the beauty of the Gospel. Stasi and her husband, John, have three fabulous sons.
144 pages | Published by WaterBrook
On Sale Date: Oct 5, 2010
Trim Size: 5 x 7-1/4
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Loving your spouse day by day
An intimate devotional that explores the themes of Love and War, this life-changing guide includes new insights, encouraging Scriptures, and practical exercises that will help you enjoy a more vibrant marriage.
Having recently celebrated 18 years of marriage, the reminder for me to do this book review came at the perfect time! My husband and I went through this devo a while back.I have read (and LOVE) John Eldredge's book, "Walking with God" and so I was pretty excited to get this devotional that his wife, Stasi joined him on. The devotional was very easy to do and didn't take hours of our time, which is good because a) neither of us have that kind...
Love and War Devotional for Couples. I read this devotional a while ago. I had hoped it would be something we could do as a couple. That didnâ??t work out. Itâ??s hard to do a coupleâ??s devotional when half of the couple is not interested. It would be a good devotional to do as a couple, I really think so. Just difficult if itâ??s one sided.
Too often people are willing to just passively let their marriage be something that happens, rather than something they work on. If you want a marriage that will last, sometimes that means going into battle to protect it. It means taking the time to invest in your marriage, and this devotional will help you do just that. Even without reading the Eldredges book, the devotional was able to give me some practical insights into what a Godly...
When I saw this devotional book for review, I went for it. I have always enjoyed devotionals-mainly to help me stay focused on my relationship with Christ and so I don't forget to spend time with Him even with "a busy life" because we all know and (and face it) any and all relationships take work. And as much as we love and care about our spouse, etc..it still takes work. But this was the first devotional I have read about married couples...
In "Love and War Devotional for Couples" John and Stasi Eldredge take an honest look at marriage for what it is. Often devotional books tend to focus on growth and spiritually deepening a relationship. This book is written for those who are struggling with the reality of making the two become one. They take an honest approach and are up front about the fact that marriage can be difficult and cause unhappiness. They acknowledge the reality...