Authors Stephen Arterburn and Fred Stoeker believe that every man can meet the secret desires of his wife. The problem is, most of us aren't exactly sure what that desire is and how we can go about fulfilling it faithfully. In Every Man's Marriage, you can discover the common misconceptions about what it means to exercise biblical authority and understand the role of submission in the marriage relationship.
This groundbreaking book can help men grasp and apply essential but often overlooked principles for marital leadership. Through candid reflections on their own struggles to achieve biblical unity in their own marriages, along with many years of combined experience in marital counseling, Arterburn and Stoeker apply solid, time-tested biblical wisdom to the everyday potential distortions that can lead to strife in a marriage.
The second book in the "Every Man" series, this is the perfect follow-up to the best-selling Every Man's Battle. Every Man's Marriage is a terrific resource for establishing mutual respect and sacrifice in your marriage based on Christ's example of loving His bride, the church.
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Is it better? No, I don't think so, but it is certainly nothing less than the print version.
Fundamental advice for the married man that wants a happy marriage.
Sound advise from guys who really know what they're talking about. I encourage every Christian married man to listen to this book again and again again.
I've listened to the audio tape a bit of every man's marriage twice. This is a truly helpful book for every married man. Listening to this book gave me clarity and certainty about topics I had never truly faced in my own life. I am a 51-year-old man in my third marriage. Finally in my heart, I understand the sanctity and value showing my actions to my beautiful wife who's one of God's children. Belief in myself is imperative for me and after reading this book I know the only way to believe in myself is through service to my wife my marriage and my vows.
I recommend this book to anyone who wants to value their marriage and their commitment to themselves in the way their heart tells them to.
Extremely good. As far as the stories mentioned in this audible it keeps you want to know more.It goes into a religious stance since it directly set on the keyword marriage.
But it shows you the best of what you have been failing or succeeding on your past relationships or even marriages. Also you can easily see why this works. By looking at couples around you that are working or not.
This is by far one of the best audibles I've ever listened to.
Give it a shot , because if your thinking why your relationship with women doesn't last long .The answer is in this audible.
Thank you to the authors for your obedience to God on writing this book. I advice to every Married couple to read this book not matter how many years of marriage you have.
this book will teach you how to truly treat your wife as Christ loved the church a different perspective on being a bond servant and true love and submission done willingly and with love the results will blow your mind in every aspect of the marriage
Written in "Christian Speak" or "Church Talk" Maybe a good midcourse correction if you and your wife are mainstream bible belt spouses and for some reason are looking for an elementary examination of your marital performance as seen through the "spiritual window" of a nice christian congregation.Could be a good read for baptist preachers, deacons or those seeking to be. It reads very much like a sunday sermon, if you are currently a committed christian husband maybe it's validating. This book is the bread and butter of what a faithful woman THINKS a man needs to hear. Preachy simplistic. If you are experiencing, subtle marital dissonance, are a passionate christian leader, this book provides an illustrated familiar, outline of dogma validating and reinforcing.
entree leadership? can't wait till this one is over. I'll finish it because I agreed to but I feel like I'm stuck in line next to the wrong guy, at the DMV in Oklahoma.
Yes, they matched each other
I don't know where to begin; whoever is guilty of the most cliche'
Well intentioned, but personally counterproductive. Someone should warn potential readers that this book is written for committed evangelicals honing the edge of their marriage.
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