Strengthening Your Marriage

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Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing, 1977 - Families - 151 pages
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Wayne Mack recognizes the challenges involved in building a strong marriage. He also knows that Scripture provides the method and means for meeting those challenges with growing success. In this volume Dr. Mack has gathered a wealth of practical information on marital roles, communication, finances, sex, child raising, and family religion. This valuable counseling aid for pastors can also be used with great benefit by couples on their own.

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As practical as it is true to Scripture

User Review  - MrsRVJ - Christianbook.com

I cannot say enough about how this book has clarified and simplified the most basic and most essential areas of Christian marriage. If you are looking for what the Word has to say about marriage God's way, then this should definitely be your first stop - along with the Bible itself, of course. Read full review

wonderful book

User Review  - Myra - Christianbook.com

I has studied the book "Strengthening Your Marrage" and decided that friends of mine needed to read it and maybe even start a study group at the church for couples. I love the book! Read full review

Contents

UNITY THROUGH UNDERSTANDING GODS PURPOSE FOR MARRIAGE
1
UNITY THROUGH A CLEAR UNDERSTANDING OF THE WIFES RESPONSIBILITIES
12
OF THE HUSBANDS RESPONSIBILITIES
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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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