Life-Nurturing Love—a series designed to build stronger, healthier marriages and families "Spouses and children do not come with manuals and the learning curve can be very steep. Still, the Lord has an abundance of grace for each of us."—From the Introduction The first in a series of Bible studies based on Proverbs 31, Chosen and Cherished gives readers the tools to buildLife-Nurturing Love—a series designed to build stronger, healthier marriages and families "Spouses and children do not come with manuals and the learning curve can be very steep. Still, the Lord has an abundance of grace for each of us."—From the Introduction The first in a series of Bible studies based on Proverbs 31, Chosen and Cherished gives readers the tools to build their marriage on the firm foundation of faith. Kimberly Hahn applies Scripture, Church teaching and pastoral wisdom to such practical matters as conflict resolution, communication skills, setting financial goals, healing the wounds of unfaithfulness and cultivating a spirit of generosity toward your spouse. Discussion questions help readers apply the material to their own lives and make the book a valuable resource for small group discussion....
|Title||:||Chosen and Cherished: Biblical Wisdom for Your Marriage|
|Number of Pages||:||253 Pages|
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Chosen and Cherished: Biblical Wisdom for Your Marriage Reviews
Great book for any Christian, but if you have a problem with Catholics maybe stay away. This book does not shy away from Catholic Theology at all. This is the first part of a four part series dealing with the wisdom of Proverbs 31, the virtuous women. Kimberly Hahn offers great insight from her personal life and her background in Theology to bring together a book for those of us who not only love being mothers, but also also love the Covenant of Marriage.This book is not just for women although the cover design may speak feminine. The insights that she brings to the Covenant Theology of Marriage are definitely for couples about to be married or those who are already married. Because from every Covenant made with God, new life springs, there is obvious references to children in this book, but I believe there are other books in this four part series that go into more depth.
As a Catholic, I loved this book. It provided me with useful insights and ideas that I could implement into my marriage. I have been married for nearly a year and found this book's tips really helpful. I would recommend it for any newly married woman.
Conflicted too much with my personal views on marriage. Have better books I can be reading. Decided not to finish it and instead focus on other books instead.
this woman's idea of a Catholic marriage is outdated and unrealistic. she speaks as if she never experienced real struggles with her partner. not a helpful book at all!