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Loving Your Husband: Building an Intimate Marriage in a Fallen World
Synopses & Reviews
TWELVE STEPS TOWARD A MORE INTIMATE MARRIAGE. Women today are faced with myriad choices. And those choices can greatly affect their relationship with God and with their husbands. How can you be a godly woman and wife in the context of an imperfect world? What are your roles, purposes, and spheres of influence? How is God’s Word relevant to the challenges and temptations you face? Cynthia Heald wants to encourage you in the lifelong process of discovering these things. As she leads you through key Scripture passages, you’ll learn 12 ways to apply biblical truth to the personal joys and struggles of your own marriage. And when you do this study at the same time your husband uses Loving Your Wife, by Jack and Cynthia Heald, you’ll both be better able to work together to make choices that will strengthen your commitment to each other, as well as your devotion to God.
Marriage in an imperfect world can be disappointing. Expectations go unnoticed, rights are ignored, and decisions are challenged.
Jack and Cynthia Heald want to encourage you in the lifelong process of learning, discovery, and spiritual growth that produce a fulfilling marriage. Their goal is to help you see how God's Word is relevant to any challenge that comes along. As the authors lead you through key Scripture passages, you'll discover twelve essential principles that form the foundation of every successful marriage. Do these studies together with your spouse and develop a greater level of trust and intimacy as you allow yourselves to know and be known to each other and God.
This study is a perfect way to strengthen your marriage and your relationship with God.
This Message study Bible features the contemporary translation enriched with notes from author Eugene H. Peterson's own studies and sermons.
Conversations is a new powerful way to experience the Bible. For more than ten years, Eugene Peterson lovingly crafted The Message to convey God’s truth in today’s language. Conversations combines his groundbreaking translation with gleanings from a lifetime of personal study.
Those gleanings include:
• Selected excerpts from Peterson’s sermons, seminary notes, books, and devotional writings
• Contemplative sections that encourage a time of prayerful reflection
• An essay by Eugene for enhancing your time in God’s Word
This special edition of The Message helps to bring the Scriptures into an enriching relationship with your everyday life. We hope you enjoy the conversations!
Grow your marriage through love and faithfulness. This topical Bible study by Navigator author and Bible teacher Cynthia Heald offers 12 essential biblical principles that call women into a deeper relationship with Christ and their spouses.
• 12 lessons
About the Author
Cynthia Heald was born in Houston, Texas, and received Christ as her personal Savior when she was twelve years old. In 1960, Cynthia married Jack, who by profession is a veterinarian but has been on staff with The Navigators since 1978. They have lived in Tucson, Arizona, since 1977. They are the parents of four (two daughters and two sons) and grandparents of nine. Cynthia is the author of Becoming a Woman of Excellence, Intimacy with God, Loving Your Husband, Becoming a Woman of Freedom, Becoming a Woman of Purpose, Becoming a Woman of Prayer, Becoming a Woman Who Walks with God, Drawing Near to the Heart of God, Becoming a Woman of Grace, I Have Loved You, Becoming a Woman of Faith, Dwelling in His Presence, Becoming a Woman Who Loves, Maybe God Is Right After All, Uncommon Beauty, and Becoming a Woman of Simplicity. Cynthia speaks frequently for women's conferences and seminars nationally and internationally. She loves to share the Word of God, be with her husband and family, take bubble baths, have tea parties, and eat out.
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