• How to Pick a Spouse

  • A Proven, Practical Guide to Finding a Lifelong Partner
  • By: Dan Chun
  • Narrated by: Dan Chun
  • Length: 6 hrs
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 02-25-14
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: christianaudio.com
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (15 ratings)

Regular price: $17.49

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Publisher's Summary

Listen to Your Heart...and Your Head.

Anyone can get married. The goal, however, should not only be to marry, but to marry the right person. As a singles pastor, author Dan Chun worked exclusively with more than 5,000 singles, and of the hundreds who were married under his teaching, less than 10 percent got a divorce - far below the national average.

This audiobook incorporates Pastor Dan's principles, which provide practical and proven ways to pick a spouse, and is your guide to finding - and keeping - a lifelong partner. You will discover how to test your relationship for key differences using a variety of methods including the Seven Cs: Character, Chemistry, Competency, Cultural Differences, Commitment, Communication and Core Values.

Experts agree: Whether you are dating or planning to date, How to Pick a Spouse will give you clear, usable information for guiding your heart and mind before making one of your most important decisions...ever.

©2014 eChristian (P)2014 eChristian

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Wow!

The book started off slow but it built a platform for understanding later in the book! It's a must read for dating or looking to get married. Before I even finished the book I recommended it to several of my divorce friends!

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Must Read for anyone considering marriage

Great book for anyone considering marriage or in a serious relationship which is moving towards marriage.

This book really poses some deep questions which help you reflect on yourself and the relationship.

Loved this book!

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GREAT ADVICE

Would you consider the audio edition of How to Pick a Spouse to be better than the print version?

I enjoyed listening to the audio of this. There are questions at the end of each section, so I would just pause to contemplate before moving on. The printed book might be better if you really have things you need to work out before being ready for a relationship.

What did you like best about this story?

The author has a nice voice and was very personable. Some chapters I felt were unnecessary for me, but could be of use to others. I particularly took a lot away from the chapters discussing Yellow Flags to watch for in developing relationships, and the Chapter on the Operating System: what things to look for in a potential partner. It wasn't your run of the mill list. He had great examples that made me think about my relationships more carefully.

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this book is only for church people

I listened to it all because I tried getting the most out of it, but the way it is written is by using phrases from the bible to start each idea made it hard. it also lists going to church and praying as important to finding a spouse. what a waste of time.

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