What Every Groom Needs to Know: The Most Important Year in a Man's Life [NOOK Book]

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This is your guide to all the things that happen after “I do.”


The advice in this book to grooms is pretty simple. You don’t need to become an expert on women. Only one woman. Learn the secrets to loving and cherishing her. Take an honest look at your family of origin: its unwritten codes, how it has shaped you, and the ways it affects your relationship with your wife. Learn...

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What Every Groom Needs to Know: The Most Important Year in a Man's Life

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Overview

This is your guide to all the things that happen after “I do.”


The advice in this book to grooms is pretty simple. You don’t need to become an expert on women. Only one woman. Learn the secrets to loving and cherishing her. Take an honest look at your family of origin: its unwritten codes, how it has shaped you, and the ways it affects your relationship with your wife. Learn how to speak each other’s “language” and appreciate the qualities each of you brings to your marriage.


Robert Wolgemuth and Mark DeVries offer a solid, approachable look at improving communication skills, secrets for a great sex life, budgeting basics, dealing with in-laws, navigating tough times, and much more. Above all, you’ll cultivate a spiritual unity that draws the two of you closer to each other as you draw closer to God.


Make this first year together as husband and wife what it was meant to be: the most important year in your life.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780310313618
  • Publisher: Zondervan
  • Publication date: 1/2/2013
  • Sold by: Zondervan Publishing
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 192
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Robert Wolgemuth graduated from Taylor University (Biblical Literature) and received an honorary doctorate (LhD) from the same university in 2005. He is the author or coauthor of over twenty books, including Men of the Bible, The Most Important Year in a Man’s/Woman’s Life, and the notes to the Dad’s Bible. He and Bobbie live in central Florida. See website:  http://robertwolgemuth.com


Mark DeVries is pastor of youth and families at First Presbyterian Church in Nashville, Tennessee, where he has served for the past seventeen years. In addition to authoring several books, including Family-Based Youth Ministry and True Love Waits, he is founder of Youth Ministry Architects (www.ymarchitects.com), a strategic-planning service for churches facing transitions in their youth ministries. He and his wife, Susan, live in Nashville.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 27, 2014

    Good advice

    I read this book months before my wedding, nodding along with it all. (Although I will admit most the content seemed like common sense and some of seemed a bit old fashioned, but it made sense and I was glad I read it.) Then I got married and it was clear the honeymoon was over (i.e., we had some problems). Luckily, I picked this book up again and I've begun reading it for a second time. After the first two chapters, I was able to identify our issue and we're working on it together. (And more importantly, I feel better about our marriage!) Just because of that, I'm giving this five stars. It's clearly a practical book and even if you don't agree with it all, it still has good advice. I think it is an excellent gift for any new bride or bride-to-be. This new bride is thankful she has it!

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