Items 1 - 24 of 52 Books on courtship and godly relationships to help guide you on your quest to find a spouse! Encouragement & advice for dating or courting!. Award-winning author Melanie Dobson's latest book, Where the Trail Ends, set in the job of providing solid and useful principles for married (and dating) couples . one book is really), but any couple (or soon-to-be couple) serious about having a Among the new couples are Christian and Susanna Boehler, who venture. Devotions for Dating Couples and millions of other books are available for .. Together With Christ: A Dating Couples Devotional: 52 Devotions and Bible Studies . serious. would definitely recommend for engaged couples or couples soon to.
Travis and I will read one each day either before bed or in the morning, depending on our schedules. And if for some reason you get behind which we did! This book has great insights and includes a Bible verse to go with each day.
I highly recommend this book for married couples. I will probably use it as a wedding gift for some people I know. What if God designed marriage to make us holy more than to make us happy?
That is the question this book is all about. It is full of some really great insights into marriage.
In fact, it inspired many of my marriage blog posts. Captivating is for women and Wild at Heart is for men. After a few years of marriage, Travis and I have both read these books.
We each read our own book, highlighting the parts that really resonated with us. Then we exchanged books and read them, noting the highlighted parts.
It really helped us understand each other better! Marriage is an awesome commitment with so many benefits, but it also takes a lot of work by both partners. While there he becomes attracted to a beautiful young Amish woman, and also learns something that had escaped him until now, the value of Christian faith.
It's an exciting story, and very colorfully written. It is no respecter of money, social status, or previous trials. In our logical minds, we want to find a meaning, to question why. Readers will definitely find hope in the pages of this book.
In Priceless, author Tom Davis tells the story of photojournalist Stuart Daniels, and his journey towards saving countless girls who have been sold into sex slavery, deep in the heart of Russia.
While his style is not particularly eloquent, it is gritty and raw, and gives a realistic perspective on just how prevalent this injustice is in the world today. You will not put this book down unmoved.
Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy reads like a page-turning novel, and inspires like a great ancient devotional. It is the finest book I have read in 10 years. In Untamed, she explores the different ways that God demonstrates His wild side to us through personal examples and biblical truths. Having suffered through his own trials, Wilson is honest in his approach to such complex problems.
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He uses Biblical examples as well as modern day ordinary people who wrestled with unanswered prayers. In an easy-going, coffee-chat conversational tone, Wilson offers sympathy and sound spiritual advice with a touch of humor and tough love. By the end, this simple Nashville author will have readers believing in a God who is trustworthy beyond any circumstance and that Plan B might actually be the better plan. The story is set in the mids, a depressed period when life was difficult.
Yet, he finds upon his arrival in one of the colonies that its small population of humble, caring people welcomes him and his daughter and reaches out warmly to them. When the father develops a deep interest in the young woman who has voluntarily taken care of his daughter while he begins the job provided him in Homestead, he faces a critical decision: Should he remain there in this caring atmosphere such as he has never known before or should he move on to a large city where he would seek a job in banking, which was his business background?
The story is very colorfully written, and will certainly hold a reader's attention from beginning to end. What better way to teach the next generation about the importance and simplicity of praying to God than through a well-crafted, beautifully illustrated children's book. Author Anthony DeStefano and illustrator Mark Elliott's creation will not only entertain kids, but will encourage them in their walk with God as well.
Written in a unique, humorous, and quirky style that is Kathi Lipp's alone she is fast becoming one of my favorite authors! Reading and then doing The Marriage Project would be a great way for any of us married folks to intentionally bless and nurture our marriages. The Swiss Courier by Tricia Goyer and Mike Yorkey will keep you on the edge of your seat as you travel back in time and through one of the bloodiest and most dangerous eras of our time.
You'll get a taste of adventure, suspense, thrill, and even romance in this treasure. Boyer and Yorkey prove to be a powerful combination; they've delivered a book complete with all of the elements of a good suspense! Janet Maccaro reveals the simple things you can do to extend and improve your life without drugs and medications. The format is easy to read, with each question and answer taking up only about a page and a half. It really is very interesting, and a book which I found extremely motivating when it came to being more proactive in my efforts to live a healthier life.
Hagee points out that as bad as the world is today it is nothing new to God. Even if you have not gone through the present trials that now face the world, all of it has happened before at some point.
Shaken Not Shattered shows its readers that even through financial hardships, political instability, and constant change that God can help you to persevere, reconnect to your original design, and live a life of joy rather than fear. This book carries a very timely message that many need to hear.
If you or someone you know is going through a difficult time, then this book is for you. It's broken down into 31 one to two page vignettes, stories taken directly from Linda Newton's life. Each and every one is engrossing and well written — and the lessons Linda teaches at the conclusion are, as the title indicates, "better than jewels.
This book would make a lovely and meaningful Christmas present for the women in your life and it's reasonably priced too. I highly recommend it!
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Award-winning author and sociologist Rodney Stark humbly goes to war against the many politically correct myths surrounding the history of the Crusades in this well-researched and easy-to-read academic masterpiece. Stark proves himself once again as a historical myth-buster.
Author Laura Frantz takes her audience back to a time of struggle between white settlers and the Shawnee, between rugged frontiersmen and polished Europeans.
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Frantz's artful turns of phrase will delight avid readers as the audience is brought along the meandering trail of a young girl's growth from adolescence to adulthood. Though lacking significant spiritual depth and a singular plot line, Frantz still spins a solid tale that will entertain and gratify lovers of historical fiction.
Anna Brent and her father hide the runaway slaves in their home, and then transport them by horse and wagon at night and covered over by blankets to the next stop along the path to freedom. There is some romance after Anna discovers that the young man who is editor of the Liberty newspaper also is a Christian and a staunch supporter of the escape movement. The storyline is intriguing and readers might find it difficult to put down the book once they begin reading it.
Raking up piles of sometimes-morbid wisdom from the well-read Farrington never approaches chore-status. A Hell of Mercy is a heck of a read, but only for mature audiences. The irreverent descriptions hold nothing back including the occasional four-letter word.
Two four-letter words summarize this book: Stories of Forgiveness Rebecca St. James, editor Award-winning singer Rebecca St.
James has spent many years making a stand for purity. Now broadening her approach, St. James reaches out to modern-day prodigal daughters. Loved is a collection of true stories of prodigals who have run from God, but all of whom are eventually caught back up in the arms of the Father.
The book is encouraging to any who have been the prodigal, and it is a source of hope for those who know and love prodigals today. Although Loved tells amazing tales of life outside of the Father's will, the stories lack a deeper look at each woman's difficult journey of transformation in Christ. This clever hands-on approach gives readers steps and tools that enable them to walk side by side with God in their daily lives.
Through relatable experiences, scriptures, thought-provoking questions, and stirring points, Chole welcomes her audience to the joy of finding Christ in everything and brings awareness to the simple ways we can continually keep this joy.