Marriage has never been easy. But sometimes it takes surprisingly little to yield infinite rewards. This eye-opening book by marriage experts Nancy Cobb and Connie Grigsby contains humorous and profound true stories of turning points in marriages. From brushing her teeth at a different sink to letting her husband finish his sentences, each woman's story expresses the staggering impact that simple actions can have on marriages everywhere. More fulfilling relationships, expanded ministry opportunities, and a more intimate walk with God await the readers of this book when they see how God's best for their marriages may be just one small decision away.
Sometimes the smallest thing can turn a marriage around!
When Nancy Cobb and Connie Grigsby asked women about the best thing they ever did for their marriages, the responses were daringly honest.
Here are fifty eye-opening, often humorous true stories—including contributions from Cynthia Heald, Dee Brestin, Rosemary Jensen, and Donna Otto—that will inspire you with moments that build stronger marriages. Bring down walls between you and your husband Adjust to differences in your personalities Deal with the damage and heartbreak of betrayal Go on living when everything goes terribly wrong
God’s best for your marriage may be one small decision away!
|Publisher:||The Crown Publishing Group|
|Product dimensions:||5.13(w) x 8.25(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Nancy Cobb and Connie Grigsby are popular speakers and the hosts of a weekly radio program called Lifewalk. They have co-authored three books, including the best-selling How to Get Your Husband to Talk to You. Cobb and Grigsby have been guests on The 700 Club and have made ten appearances on Family Life Today with Dennis Rainey and nine appearances on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy Leigh DeMoss. They live with their families in Omaha, Nebraska.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I recommend this book to anyone who wants to stay married. I have been married for 10 years and staying married is hard. I found this book very inspirational and helpful. A recurring theme of the book is Christianity and it makes sense that lasting marriages have God in them. It was a good reminder of what our priorities should be in life. I typically read a new book every week or two and normally pass my books along to friends after I've finished them but I intend to keep this book and refer to it when I need a little motivation to put the extra effort into my marriage.