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Dancing With the One You Love

Cindy Easley
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Let's get practical - how do real women live out God's plan in 21st-century marriages?

Too often submission is represented as repressive servanthood, rather than a voluntary desire to empower a husband's leadership. And as with many things in our culture, this view of submission has found its way into our churches and marriages. In reality, women desperately want to experience the graceful waltz where both the husband and wife are in harmony - each 'dancing' their God-given role. But all too often, there are no realistic, Godly models from which to draw.

Author and speaker Cindy Easley surveyed ordinary women and asked, "How does this work for you?" Specifically, how do women live out submission in her particular situation? These are their stories, from caring for a chronically ill husband to living with a nonbeliever. Each example will help married or engaged women gain appreciation for God's will for marriage and learn to dance with the one they love.

^F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas with a Bachelor of Science in Sociology ^and Social Rehabilitation. Author of What's Submission Got to Do with It?, ^Cindy is a nationally known speaker with the Weekend to Remember Marriage Conference. ^ Cindy and her husband, Michael, former President of Moody Bible Institute and Teaching ^Pastor at Fellowship Bible Church in Nashville, Tennessee, have three daughters ^and one son.
Let's get practical - how do real women live out God's plan in 21st-century ^marriages?

Too often submission is represented as repressive servanthood, ^rather than a voluntary desire to empower a husband's leadership.  And as with ^many things in our culture, this view of submission has found its way into our churches ^and marriages.  In reality, women desperately want to experience the graceful ^waltz where both the husband and wife are in harmony - each 'dancing' their God-given ^role.  But all too often, there are no realistic, Godly models from which to ^draw. 

Author and speaker Cindy Easley surveyed ordinary women and asked, ^"How does this work for you?"  Specifically, how do women live out submission ^in her particular situation?  These are their stories, from caring for a chronically ^ill husband to living with a nonbeliever.  Each example will help married or ^engaged women gain appreciation for God's will for marriage and learn to dance with ^the one they love.

Let's get practical - how do real women live out God's plan in 21st-century ^marriages?

Too often submission is represented as repressive servanthood, ^rather than a voluntary desire to empower a husband's leadership.  And as with ^many things in our culture, this view of submission has found its way into our churches ^and marriages.  In reality, women desperately want to experience the graceful ^waltz where both the husband and wife are in harmony - each 'dancing' their God-given ^role.  But all too often, there are no realistic, Godly models from which to ^draw. 

Author and speaker Cindy Easley surveyed ordinary women and asked, ^"How does this work for you?"  Specifically, how do women live out submission ^in her particular situation?  These are their stories, from caring for a chronically ^ill husband to living with a nonbeliever.  Each example will help married or ^engaged women gain appreciation for God's will for marriage and learn to dance with ^the one they love.

1.  What Was God Thinking?
2.  Why Is Submission So Hard?
3.  ^Without a Word
     Submission and the Nonbelieving Husband
4.  ^The Caregiver
     Submission to a Husband with a Chronic ^Illness
5.  Codependency versus Submission
     ^Is There a Difference/
6.  Reentry
     ^Submission and the Often-Absent Husband
7.  The Power Broker
     ^Submission in the Home of a Powerful Woman
8.  The Wage Earner
     ^Submission and Economic Role Reversal
9.  Culture Battles
     ^Submission and Matriarchy
10. He Said...
      ^What Our Husbands Think About Respect
11. Man to Man
      ^Chauvinists Need Not Apply, by Michael J. Easley

For many wives the "S" word makes marriage iffy. She wants to be ^loved, but what if she has to "yes-sir" the rest of her life? Our incredibly down-to-earth ^friend, Cindy Easley, de-mystifies the whole submission puzzle through delightful ^real-life accounts that every spouse should read.
-Howard and Jeanne Hendricks, ^Dallas, Texas

Cindy's candid approach to the topic of submission is so ^refreshing! What I love about this book is the way Cindy weaves biblical instructions ^for loving submission with practical illustrations for daily living. You will be ^encouraged by her authenticity, inspired by her example, and challenged as you apply ^the truth presented here.
-Dennis and Barbara Rainey, co-founders, FamilyLife ^

Cindy has written a fine book on submission-a tough subject for many ^women. The reader will not only find this book a good biblical reference on the ^subject but will find hope and help through reading the chapter interviews of women ^in challenging marriages. The question and answer section is invaluable.
-Karen ^Loritts, women's conference speaker and Bible teacher; married for over 37 years



- Publisher
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Let's get practical - how do real women live out God's plan in 21st-century marriages?

Too often submission is represented as repressive servanthood, rather than a voluntary desire to empower a husband's leadership. And as with many things in our culture, this view of submission has found its way into our churches and marriages. In reality, women desperately want to experience the graceful waltz where both the husband and wife are in harmony - each 'dancing' their God-given role. But all too often, there are no realistic, Godly models from which to draw.

Author and speaker Cindy Easley surveyed ordinary women and asked, "How does this work for you?" Specifically, how do women live out submission in her particular situation? These are their stories, from caring for a chronically ill husband to living with a nonbeliever. Each example will help married or engaged women gain appreciation for God's will for marriage and learn to dance with the one they love.

^F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas with a Bachelor of Science in Sociology ^and Social Rehabilitation. Author of What's Submission Got to Do with It?, ^Cindy is a nationally known speaker with the Weekend to Remember Marriage Conference. ^ Cindy and her husband, Michael, former President of Moody Bible Institute and Teaching ^Pastor at Fellowship Bible Church in Nashville, Tennessee, have three daughters ^and one son.
Let's get practical - how do real women live out God's plan in 21st-century ^marriages?

Too often submission is represented as repressive servanthood, ^rather than a voluntary desire to empower a husband's leadership.  And as with ^many things in our culture, this view of submission has found its way into our churches ^and marriages.  In reality, women desperately want to experience the graceful ^waltz where both the husband and wife are in harmony - each 'dancing' their God-given ^role.  But all too often, there are no realistic, Godly models from which to ^draw. 

Author and speaker Cindy Easley surveyed ordinary women and asked, ^"How does this work for you?"  Specifically, how do women live out submission ^in her particular situation?  These are their stories, from caring for a chronically ^ill husband to living with a nonbeliever.  Each example will help married or ^engaged women gain appreciation for God's will for marriage and learn to dance with ^the one they love.

Let's get practical - how do real women live out God's plan in 21st-century ^marriages?

Too often submission is represented as repressive servanthood, ^rather than a voluntary desire to empower a husband's leadership.  And as with ^many things in our culture, this view of submission has found its way into our churches ^and marriages.  In reality, women desperately want to experience the graceful ^waltz where both the husband and wife are in harmony - each 'dancing' their God-given ^role.  But all too often, there are no realistic, Godly models from which to ^draw. 

Author and speaker Cindy Easley surveyed ordinary women and asked, ^"How does this work for you?"  Specifically, how do women live out submission ^in her particular situation?  These are their stories, from caring for a chronically ^ill husband to living with a nonbeliever.  Each example will help married or ^engaged women gain appreciation for God's will for marriage and learn to dance with ^the one they love.

1.  What Was God Thinking?
2.  Why Is Submission So Hard?
3.  ^Without a Word
     Submission and the Nonbelieving Husband
4.  ^The Caregiver
     Submission to a Husband with a Chronic ^Illness
5.  Codependency versus Submission
     ^Is There a Difference/
6.  Reentry
     ^Submission and the Often-Absent Husband
7.  The Power Broker
     ^Submission in the Home of a Powerful Woman
8.  The Wage Earner
     ^Submission and Economic Role Reversal
9.  Culture Battles
     ^Submission and Matriarchy
10. He Said...
      ^What Our Husbands Think About Respect
11. Man to Man
      ^Chauvinists Need Not Apply, by Michael J. Easley

For many wives the "S" word makes marriage iffy. She wants to be ^loved, but what if she has to "yes-sir" the rest of her life? Our incredibly down-to-earth ^friend, Cindy Easley, de-mystifies the whole submission puzzle through delightful ^real-life accounts that every spouse should read.
-Howard and Jeanne Hendricks, ^Dallas, Texas

Cindy's candid approach to the topic of submission is so ^refreshing! What I love about this book is the way Cindy weaves biblical instructions ^for loving submission with practical illustrations for daily living. You will be ^encouraged by her authenticity, inspired by her example, and challenged as you apply ^the truth presented here.
-Dennis and Barbara Rainey, co-founders, FamilyLife ^

Cindy has written a fine book on submission-a tough subject for many ^women. The reader will not only find this book a good biblical reference on the ^subject but will find hope and help through reading the chapter interviews of women ^in challenging marriages. The question and answer section is invaluable.
-Karen ^Loritts, women's conference speaker and Bible teacher; married for over 37 years


- Publisher

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  • Catalogue Code 329604
  • Product Code 9781575679457
  • ISBN 1575679450
  • EAN 9781575679457
  • Department General Books
  • Category Relationships
  • Sub-Category Love, Sex & Marriage
  • Publisher Moody Publishers
  • Publication Date Aug 2010
  • DRM Adobe
  • Printable No

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