Every Woman's Marriage
Igniting the Joy and Passion You Both Desire
Mar 16, 2010 | 320 Pages
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About Every Woman's Marriage
Are you a “desperate housewife,” committed to marriage yet longing for a deeper, more intimate connection with your husband? Believe it or not, you can have the marriage you long for–if you’re willing to take desperate measures.
If you’re ready to stop the blame game and pursue the marriage of your dreams, let authors Shannon and Greg Ethridge show you how to reignite your relationship with spiritual, emotional, and physical passion. Drawing on real-life stories from both men and women, as well as lessons from their own less-than-satisfying early years of marriage, they offer provaocative insights about what it takes to nurture a dynamic marriage, including…
·what makes a husband’s heart grow cold–and how you can fan the embers into flame
·the difference between being “right” and being “righteous”
·how to fight fair
·how to guard your heart against unhealthy comparisons
·the dynamic power of getting spiritually and emotionally naked
·what your husband really wants most (It’s not what you think!)
Every Woman’s Marriage will give you practical tools and wise biblical counsel for transforming a listless marriage into a vibrant, exciting relationship. Get ready to set your husband’s heart ablaze!
Praise for Every Woman’s Marriage
“Finally! An insightful and frank discussion about the perspectives, expectations, and behaviors that impair marital relationships. With Shannon’s expertise on sexual and emotional integrity and Greg’s male perspective, Every Woman’s Marriage offers practical guidance for reigniting the intimacy and passion every woman longs for.”
–Ginger Kolbaba, managing editor of Marriage Partnership magazine and author of Surprised by Remarriage
Praise for Every Woman’s Battle
“This book sheds light on the often unspoken sensitivities and issues that women wrestle with. Not only is it well written, it is liberating and refreshing with sound principles for overcoming the things that threaten to keep us from experiencing the fullness of joy that is part of God’s big-picture plan for our lives.”
–Michelle McKinney Hammond, author of In Search of the Proverbs 31 Man and The Unspoken Rules of Love
“In today’s permissive culture, it’s dangerously easy for even the most principled of women to reason away unhealthy thoughts, attitudes, and flirtations with men who aren’t our husbands. In Every Woman’s Battle, Shannon Ethridge bravely and respectfully draws a line in the sand for all of us. This is a must-read for every woman who desires true intimacy and sexual integrity.”
–Constance Rhodes, author of Life Inside the “Thin” Cage
“There’s a common, almost Victorian, myth that women don’t really struggle with sexual sin. That myth causes many women to feel a double-shame. The shame of struggling sexually is compounded by the assumption that few, if any, women share the same battle. Shannon Ethridge artfully and boldly unveils the war and offers women a way to enter the battle with courage, hope, and grace. Every Woman’s Battle will help both men and women comprehend the glorious beauty and sensuality of holiness. This is a desperately needed book.”
–Dr. Dan B. Allender, president of Mars Hill Graduate School and author of The Healing Path and To Be Told
“If you’re like me, you want the deepest connection possible with your husband, you want a soul-to-soul connection not encumbered by anything that could damage it–and you’re going to find Shannon’s book immeasurably helpful in doing just that. Every Woman’s Battle is the best resource I know for embracing God’s plan for sexual and emotional integrity as a woman.”
–Leslie Parrott, author of When Bad Things Happen to Good Marriages
“Many of my Bad Girls of the Bible readers have tearfully confessed to me their struggles with sexual sins–promiscuity, adultery, and self-gratification among them. Since we cannot pretend Christian women don’t face these temptations, it’s a relief to have a sound resource like this one to recommend. Shannon Ethridge’s straightforward, nonjudgmental, step-by-step approach can help women come clean in the best way possible–through an intimate relationship with the Lover of their souls.”
–Liz Curtis Higgs, best-selling author of Bad Girls of the Bible, Really Bad Girls of the Bible, and Unveiling Mary Magdalene
About Shannon EthridgeShannon Ethridge is the best-selling author of Every Woman's Battle and the coauthor of Every Young Woman's Battle, as well as an international speaker and certified life coach. Previously a youth pastor and abstinence educator, Shannon has a master's degree in counseling/human relations from Liberty University. She is a frequent guest on radio and television, with previous appearances on The 700 Club, LifeToday with James & Betty Robison, FamilyLife Today, and New Life Live! The mother of two adult children, Shannon lives in Michigan.
320 pages | Published by WaterBrook
On Sale Date: Mar 16, 2010
Trim Size: 5-3/16 x 8
Carton Quantity: 24
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Are you a desperate housewife, committed to marriage yet longing for a deeper, more intimate connection with your husband? Believe it or not, you can have the marriage you long forif youre willing to take desperate measures. If youre ready to stop the blame game and pursue the marriage of your dreams, let authors Shannon and Greg Ethridge show you how to reignite your relationship with spiritual, emotional, and physical passion.
I, along with 7 other women, decided to go through this book together in order to strengthen our marriages and learn from/support each other through the discussions. We all agreed that Shannon Ethridge's transparency and honesty made this book unique and kept our interest. I especially like the way the book focuses on our role as women. She writes "The bottom line is this: Even if you firmly believe that 95 percent of the issues in your...
I picked this book, Every Woman's Marriage, simply because I want my marriage to be better and so that I can increase my knowledge on how God wants me to be the best wife possible for the man I chose as my husband. Yes, I chose him with God's help. God didn't make me marry him; therefore, I believe that I have the responsibility to create a great home atmosphere and, yes, I believe I need to be a helpmeet for my husband. Shannon has many...