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Keeping a marriage healthy is all about the details - the daily actions and interactions in which husbands and wives lift each other up and offer support, encouragement, and love. In The Husband Project women will discover fun and creative ways to bring back that lovin' feeling and remind their husbands - and themselves - why they married in the first place.

Using the sense of humor that draws thousands of women a year to hear her speak, Kathi Lipp shows wives, through simple daily action plans, how they can bring the fun back into their relationship, even amidst their busy schedules.

The Husband Project is an indispensable resource for the wife who desires to:

  • Discover the unique plan God has for her marriage and her role as a wife
  • Create a plan to love her husband "on purpose"
  • Support and encourage other wives who want to make their marriage a priority
  • Experience release from the guilt of "not being enough"

The Husband Project is for every woman who desires to bring more joy into her marriage, but just needs a little help setting a plan into action.

©2016 eChristian (P)2016 eChristian

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