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Your Future 'Other Half'
It matters whom you marry
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How to resist the ideal of Mr. Right and avoid Mr. Wrong
Original blog post attracted well over 4,000,000 readers, translated into several languages
Biblical Relationships, Christian single life, Christian married life
With kindness and truth woven together, she unpacks the long-term mental, emotional, physical and spiritual impact of marriage. This book is a valuable and much needed resource for women.
Melissa B. Kruger, Conference speaker, Women's Ministry Coordinator, Uptown Church, Charlotte, North Carolina
Finally, a book for the woman wondering if she has found the right man for a life-long commitment... This book is a must read for any woman thinking about marriage, in a marriage now, or helping others towards a life-long biblical romance that echoes the love of Christ for His Bride and her joyous "Yes!" to Him. Buy it! Read it! Use it! I know I will.
Jani Ortlund , Author of 'Fearlessly Feminine' and other books, speaker, wife of Ray Ortlund, Executive Vice President, Renewal Ministries, Franklin, Tennessee
If you are a single woman, this may be the most important book you read this year... Heed the warnings in this book, be fortified by its encouragements, and give an ear to its sound biblical advice. As a pastor in a university church, I would place this book in the hands of every single young woman I could. And as a father, this is a book that I will ask my daughter to prayerfully read from cover to cover.
Jason Helopoulos, Associate Pastor, University Reformed Church, East Lansing, Michigan
Rebecca Vandoodewaard of The Christian Pundit blogsite gives Biblical advice for women who are in a relationship, who wish to be in a relationship, or who struggle in an imperfect marriage by addressing the spiritual, emotional, mental, physical and relational effects of intimacy and answering questions for the single or married such as: Where does love fit in? and, How do I fit in?
Rebecca VanDoodewaard is a freelance editor. Her husband William VanDoodewaard is ordained in the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Until recently they blogged together at thechristianpundit.org
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... In a very direct and honest way, this book touches every area of a Christian marriage... Quite literally, there is something worthwhile on every single page.
Free Church of Scotland Youth Magazine
Any unmarried women, whether being romantically pursued or not, needs to read this book! Through writing and speaking on Christian courtship myself, I have read a stack of books on this topic and can say this has to be one of my favourites.
Rowina Sedler- www.rubyintherough.co.uk
Is there a book for the other half? I.e. guys looking for right woman.
Posted by ms at 21:52 on Sunday 08 June 2014