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After eight years of youth ministry and four years planting a church, I was done. It was over. A lethal combination of overwork, misplaced identity, and a stress-induced sense of panic took me out. Our marriage, once a vibrant ministry partnership, began to wobble. We struggled, we fought, and eventually we settled for a child-centric relationship that lacked passion and purpose. But God gave us another chance. We are now experiencing the reality of a marriage on mission. This is our story.
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Practical Applications to Save Your Marriage
Tom and Sandi really drive the key points hard to home. The duet of analogies create a comprehensive picture of how their marriage works, the failures and the successes.
I thoroughly enjoyed the last few chapters as they pieces it all together. Tom outlines practical applications on how to succeed in your relationship with your spouse.
I believe that anyone searching for a a step by step process to revive, resurrect or thrive at their marriage to hear Tom out. And perhaps practice the nuggets of wisdom he has placed in this book.
I loved how both authors read the book. I loved their true honest emotions about thecstruggles of marriage. I will Recommend the book to my friends.
- Tom Blaylock
Real life story - transparent and hopeful
Would you consider the audio edition of Marriage on Mission to be better than the print version?
I liked hearing the authors read the book in their own words - made it feel more real to me. Since this book is primarily the story of their ministry burnout, marriage struggles, and path to healing and partnership I liked hearing it better than reading it.
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Practical, honest, helpful and hopeful.