Garry and Ellen can help you find answers to make a difference to your marriage. They suggest that marriage is a covenant with God and each other. They write candidly about the need for men to commit to God and marriage, and address issues such as the Adamic state of man, the culture that denies the importance of commitment, challenging some present day concepts of love. They explore the essential...
Paperback: 164 pages
Publisher: Eloquent Books (January 9, 2011)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.4 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 15164435
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This is a very well written book that men everywhere could learn from. It is very straight forward and deals with the real issues of men and marriage. The authors help us to look into our childhood and how our past makes an impact in how we move in...
en and women from the perspective of the Image of God that we all share. "You will not find theology, doctrine or dogma here: rather, what God has revealed through Scripture, prayer and our own experience. "Whether you are considering marriage, are engaged or have been married for many years, you will better understand how it fits into God's plan for individuals and for society. "Man, you will learn to love your wife, want to see her happy, flourishing and growing closer to you. You will find the excitement and hope that comes from knowing the love of your Heavenly Father. "Our prayer is that it will help you in your relationship as it has helped us in ours." Garry and Ellen Duguid are Christians, who have been married for forty-six years. Garry retired six years ago as Technical Director of a television company; Ellen is a freelance writer, Christian Counsellor/Spiritual Director and speaker. They live in West Sussex, England. Their daughter, Caroline, and her husband, Simon, have four children, Oliver, Tim, Cara and Sofia. Publisher's website: http://www.strategicpublishinggroup.com/title/WhereAreAllTheMen.html