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Posted July 22, 2013
good content, but be careful which format you buy
I meant to buy the book but bought the workbook instead. Not a horrible mistake (they are both good) but this is twice this summer that I have accidentally purchased the wrong version of a book. Seems like I would learn!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted March 20, 2012
As I quoted Mark Driscoll’s words “Marriage is for o
As I quoted Mark Driscoll’s words “Marriage is for our holiness before our happiness. Your spouse is the most sanctifying, and often most frustrating, relationship you will have. God will use our spouses to expose our selfishness and make us to be increasingly more humble servants like Jesus Christ” in my last post reviewing their book “Real Marriage – the Truth about sex, friendship and life together”Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
So now, I return with a review on the small group DVD study based on this book and it really was an insightful study on the sanctity of marriage. In my previous post I mentioned that Mark and Grace, really revealed much of their journey in their marriage to readers and now to viewers alike and I do believe this was a very brave endeavour. The DVD study for small groups covers all the chapters highlighted in the book and Mark and Grace (either together or alone) expand on the ideas set out in the chapters of the book. Still, this couple’s heart for marriage is evident and I believe their views grounded in the Word and Truth of God are extremely insightful. I listened, I thought and I believed what they were saying. I do believe that marriage is our biggest challenge in terms of enduring, growing relationships and this couple put themselves out there to share some of their hard learned lessons. A great study for anybody wishing to see their “last day” together as an event of celebration in the same way that the “first day” together was.