Devoted to God and Each Other
Start well. . . and finish strong. Between those ¬“bookends¬” of marriage are our middle years. During these years we look back to our early married years for enthusiasm and forward to our mature years for energy to endure in faithful love. These devotions help us keep loving and living well, whether we¬’re newlyweds, sandwich generation, retired or preparing for marriage.
¬“Marriage is a land of unpredictable seasons, where springtime can turn wintry in a heartbeat. How do we, not just survive it, but learn to bear fruit at all times? Deane Schuessler is a kind of weatherman of the heart and more: a wise and skillful field guide who has learned the art of life together. Here he teaches us the secrets of that art.¬”
¬–¬–Mark Buchanan, author of The Holy Wild, and The Rest of God.
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