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Nine Thoughts That Can Change Your Marriage

Paperback|Aug 2015
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A refreshing perspective on how Christian women can fight for a better marriage simply by changing the way they think about themselves, their spouse, and the goals of the relationship. For any woman frustrated by the current state of her...


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A refreshing perspective on how Christian women can fight for a better marriage simply by changing the way they think about themselves, their spouse, and the goals of the relationship. For any woman frustrated by the current state of her marriage and tired of waiting for things to change, this book offers both hope and a challenge: you do have the ability to change your marriage. God already gave you the weapons; you just have to use them. The answer is not found in quietly trying to "win him without words" while waiting for change, but in playing an active role in what God is trying to do in your family. Rather than projecting an idealised version of Christian marriage, Nine Thoughts dares to delve into the thorny issues that most people face in their relationships. The author challenges many basic assumptions about marriage, starting with the idea that submission is not an end in and of itself; it is only a tool to reach God's true goal of oneness. This very practical book offers fresh insights and biblically-rooted principles for approaching a topic of perennial interest: dissatisfaction in marriage.
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Sheila Gregoire

From a babysitting collective to an herbal bath business, Sheila Wray Gregoire would rather create her own job than have someone hire her--a born entrepreneur. But being raised by a single mom, even one who did a wonderful job, left a hole where her father should have been and fueled her passion to preserve marriages. She and her husband, Keith, "tag-team" homeschool their kids. She also writes for national magazines and speaks across the country, combining the realities of a family with Scripture for real-world, real-biblical answers.