Building Your House on the Lord (Fisherman Bible Studyguide Series)
Living on Solid Ground Most couples struggle at some point in their relationship with hard questions of marriage and family life, such as, what is God's primary purpose for marriage? What does it mean for a man to...
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Living on Solid Ground
Most couples struggle at some point in their relationship with hard questions of marriage and family life, such as, what is God's primary purpose for marriage? What does it mean for a man to be the head of a home? Is divorce ever acceptable? How do we raise children who will love God? What does God have to say about the way we communicate, or about sexual intimacy?
Authors Steve and Dee Brestin have wrestled with these questions in their own marriage and have found that God's Word is the only reliable blue-print for marriage and family life. This study will guide you through the encouragement that the Bible gives for those relationships. Jesus told us the storms will come and batter our homes, but if we obey him, our house will stand firm.
Steve Brestin attended Northwestern University, Indiana University Medical School. He served in the Public Health Service and did his orthopedic residency in Akron, Ohio, and also studied an extra year of internal medicine in Fargo, N.D.
Along with wife Dee, he was an active member of Trinity Presbyterian Church in Kearney and co-authored of a number of books with her including Higher Ground: Steps toward Christian Maturity, 1 & 2 Peter, Jude: Called for a Purpose and Build Your House on the Lord: A Firm Foundation for Family Life. Steve passed away on Oct 16 2004, aged 59.
Dee Brestin (www.deebrestin.com) is a writer, speaker, and teacher. Her book The Friendships of Women has sold over a million copies and was recently released in a 20th Anniversary Edition. Falling in Love with Jesus has sold over 400,000 copies. Dee has written twenty Bible studies, the first of which, Proverbs and Parables, has been in print for over thirty years. She is a frequent guest on Moody Radio (Mid-day Connection) and Focus on the Family; she also speaks to many large women's conferences yearly. A graduate of Northwestern University, Dee has studied with Covenant Seminary. She is th