A Couple After God’s Own Heart: Building a Lasting, Loving Marriage Together

New from bestselling authors Jim and Elizabeth George! Jim and Elizabeth come together to share from 40-plus years of marital wisdom and experiences to help couples grow closer to each other and to God.

Husbands and wives will discover how they can enrich their marriages by looking at the lives of key couples in the Bible. As they observe the strengths and weaknesses of couples like Abraham and Sarah, Boaz and Ruth, Joseph and Mary, and others, they will…

learn the essentials necessary for enjoying an exciting life togetherdevelop better ways to communicate and make solid decisionsrealize the need to draw upon God for unity and strength in hard times

An outstanding resource that will lead husbands and wives to enjoy a richer and deeper union!

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3 Comments

  1. Draws applications from biblical couples to our marriages today There is no shortage of books on marriage. What makes A Couple After God’s Own Heart book and workbook by Jim & Elizabeth George unique is that it focuses primarily on biblical couples and what lessons we can learn from them. Each chapter highlights one couple, explaining what the Bible says about them and drawing applications from their strengths and weaknesses. While many of these couples are well-known (such as Adam & Eve and Abraham & Sarah), there are also some couples less talked about…

  2. Great tool This book came with a nice interactive workbook(sent from the publisher, must be purchased separately). A great tool for couples to bond together spending time in the word and communicating as they participate in this study. 

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