Preparing for Marriage God's Way

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Hensley Publishing, Jan 1, 1986 - Family & Relationships - 153 pages
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The many "how-to's" in this highly acclaimed Bible-based guidebook enable you to enjoy the beautiful spiritual union God intended your marriage to be.

With questionnaires, ratings, do's and don'ts, worksheets, personal inventories, and hundreds of scriptural guidelines Preparing for Marriage God's Way is guaranteed to show you and your partner the strengths and weaknesses in your relationship.

Preparing for Marriage God's Way teaches you how to evaluate and improve your listening and communication skills, how to deal with anger and resentment, and how to resolve conflicts.

You'll discover how each partner's family background affects your marriage, how your marriage expectations compare to those of your partner, how to sort out responsibilities, the keys to handling family finances, and how to deal with in-laws.

Preparing for Marriage shows a husband how to express love for his wife, and a wife how to express love for her husband. In addition it offers probing questions regarding sex as God intended.

But most of all, this Bible study will enable you to see the indispensable role of prayer, God, Christ, the Bible and the Church in the happy success of your marriage.

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Good material, but a little dated

User Review  - Flugel - Christianbook.com

I excited to see a 2001 publication date; upon opening it I found that the cover was updated, but not the material inside; the 1986 publication date is on the title page. Read full review

The title says it all!

User Review  - laval4christ - Christianbook.com

As a pastor who has done his share of pre-marital and marital counseling, I have always found Wayne Mack's books to be an invaluable help. Once again, in this book his solid biblical orientation and ... Read full review

About the author (1986)

Wayne A. Mack is a professor at the Master's College. He received his B. A. from Wheaton College and his training in religion from Philadelphia Theological Seminary and the Westminster Theological Seminary. Mack was the past editor for Reformation Today, and is currently a board member of several Christian-counseling associations. Mack uses Scripture to strengthen the marriage relationship in his book, "Strengthening Your Marriage.

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