Waiting on Rachel: Sowing Time for Seasons of Togetherness

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AuthorHouse, Aug 5, 2005 - Religion - 136 pages

Marriages are ending like bad movies these days and lasting about as long. To wait on change is the most basic principle overlooked in marriage today. Relationship techniques taken directly from the Bible along with one couple’s lives chronicled from counseling sessions by the author are inside. 

Read how to find, keep and maintain a marriage relationship through waiting on it together.

Find out how to make your marriage an example of oneness and unity during the time you come to realize and even appreciate each other’s imperfections. You’ll find your relationship lasts by sowing time to strengthen your seasons of togetherness. 

Married or just open to the possibility, these precepts will last a lifetime for you and your spouse.

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About the author (2005)

Tommy Collins lives in Broken Arrow Okla., with his wife Debbie and daughters Claire and Tirzah. His son Thomas newlywed recently returned from a tour of duty overseas with the Air Force.

Tommy has ministered in churches for twelve years as a Pastor, Associate, Youth and Children’s Minister. He is a graduate of, and formerly licensed with, R.B.T.C. in Broken Arrow. In different churches he has been licensed, full time, part time and held positions as a volunteer. These have all been part of his experience in ministry. Part of his duties included counseling and working in the counseling center at a local church as a Deacon.

As a playwright Tommy has seen three of his plays produced. Soon he hopes to publish two of his novels and write a screenplay. He attends Kirk Of The Hills Church with his family in Tulsa Oklahoma.


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