Your Spouse Is Not your Problem!

Your Spouse Is Not your Problem!

Real Solutions for Real People

eBook - 2006
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"Your Spouse Is Not Your Problem!" is truly insightful and refreshingly practical. It cuts through the clutter and gets to the heart of the matter. It's a book on marriage that emphasizes becoming the man and woman God intends, with each spouse becoming the primary beneficiary. What makes Tony and Kim Moore's approach unique is that they don't focus on issue-based problems. Nor do they get hung up on traditional gender roles, responsibilities, or his needs and her needs for that matter. Healthy couples can sort these things out among themselves. Instead, the Moore's focus on who each is and chooses to become in relationship with God and how that necessarily improves the opportunities for the other to grow and change. They do this by helping couples get their eyes off of each other and onto God. The Moore's insist that when couples understand and engage their union with Christ: including His provision for each, His method for transforming each and how God uses each to aid in the change process of the other, they will have a more rewarding experience in marriage. The book offers the following: 1. Marriage: A Paradigm Shift 2. 3 Questions That Demand An Answer 3. 4 Requirements Common to Husbands and Wives 4. Marinade: The Flavor Each Brings to the Table 5. What Really Hurts and Why 6. The Disguises Each Wears 7. Why It's So Hard to Change 8. Same Argument Different Day 9. 5 Selfish Reasons to Forgive 10. Deciding Who You Will Be 11. Calling Fouls 12. Sex and Intimacy Were Intended to Go Together 13. Once An Adult, Twice A Child 14. Being Yourself
Publisher: [United States] : BookBaby : Made available through hoopla, 2006.
ISBN: 9781483521213
Branch Call Number: eBook hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: hoopla digital


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