Cheers to Eternity: Lessons We've Learned on Dating and Marriage

Cheers to Eternity: Lessons We've Learned on Dating and Marriage

by Al Carraway, Ben Carraway


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Author of the bestsellerMore than the Tattooed Mormon, Al Carraway and her husband, Ben, remind you that marriage isn't supposed to be "serious and hard." A successful marriage is one that you build as a team—emphasizing constant communication, working through hard times together, and (above all) remembering to put God first.

Written for singles, newlyweds, and marriage veterans,Cheers to Eternitywill help you bring new insights into your relationships, keep life in perspective, and make the rest of your life here and in eternity exciting, amazing and meaningful.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781462120918
Publisher: Cedar Fort, Incorporated/CFI Distribution
Publication date: 09/12/2017
Sales rank: 633,326
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)

About the Author

AL CARRAWAY is a multi-award-winning LDS speaker and blogger, and is the author to the best-selling book, More Than the Tattooed Mormon. Al was born and raised in Rochester, New York, where she earned her degree in graphic design and marketing. She became a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 2009 and has since written about her relationship with God, her experiences, lessons, and trials on Since 2010, she has found herself traveling across the country every week speaking to LDS audiences of all kinds-those at youth camps, firesides, and even prisons. Al shares her conversion story and teaches all those who will listen how to keep going in hard times and the reality of God and this Church. Her passion it is to tell everyone that happiness exists and that it comes from this gospel. She is a lover of the outdoors and waking up early. She is a taco enthusiast, a journal addict, and is happiest when she is with her husband, Ben, and their two kids, Gracie and Christian. BENJAMIN (BEN) A. CARRAWAY was born in Nürnberg, Germany, and raised in West Valley City, Utah. Ben graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in organizational leadership and is pursuing his graduate degree in leadership studies and higher education administration. He has a passion for becoming better and helping others to do the same. Ben created a personal growth website and blog titled High Thrive that is centered on helping others discover their potential and become better. Ben is married to his sweetheart, Al, and is the father of Gracie and Christian.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments 1


Introduction 5

Conversations 19

Lessons We've Learned

Lesson 1 It's Not about You 47

Lesson 2 Communication 61

Lesson 3 Always Have Time for Love 81

Lesson 4 God's Will 95

Lesson 5 Do Hard Things Together 115

Lesson 6 God First, Bro 127

Lesson 7 Not Taking Things So Seriously 141

Endnotes 145

About the Author Al Carraway 149

About the Author Ben Carraway 150

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Cheers to Eternity: Lessons We've Learned on Dating and Marriage 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A beautiful book that will open a door of endless possibilities and ways to get closer to Heavenly Father. Really makes you analyze yourself and see things that you could be doing better. One of my favorite books that I look forward to reading again.
b00kluvr13 More than 1 year ago
This was a really cute book. It's fun to see how other people see the importance of marriage, God and learning together. I don't know much about Ben, so it was cool to get to know him a little at the beginning of the book. They share the same love I have for the Temple so the last chapter of the book was my very favorite. Cute and fun read!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this book, I have been married for 47 years , I learned some new things, wish I had read this 47 years ago, its never to late to change.