By popular demand, the author of Sacred Marriage returns to the topic of how God uses marriage to expand our souls and make us holy. With all new material, Devotions for a Sacred Marriage explores how God can reveal himself to you through your marriage and help you grow closer to him as well as to your spouse.
Fifty-two devotions encourage you to build your marriage around Gods priorities. From learning to live with a fellow sinner, to the process of two becoming one, to sharing our lives as brothers and sisters in Christ, Devotions for a Sacred Marriage challenges couples to embrace the profound and soul-stretching reality of Christian marriage.
Gary Thomas is a writer in residence at Second Baptist Church in Houston, Texas, and an adjunct faculty member teaching on spiritual formation at Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon. He is the author of over a dozen books, including Sacred Marriage, Sacred Pathways, Pure Pleasure, Sacred Parenting, and the Gold Medallion Award-winning Authentic Faith.
My husband and I are newly weds... We really enjoy this book!!!! We have read the first few chapters and have learned so much!Published 8 days ago by Nancy Galvin
excellent devotional. my husband and i love this book and its being a bleesing to our marriage.Published 13 days ago by Laurie
Everyone who is serious about their marriage must read this...it takes Disney's fantasy of happily ever after and puts marriage in the right perspective. Thank you.Published 2 months ago by Kevin Webb
Read Sacred Marriage and then read this devotional. Either alone or with your spouse! Amazing insights into Biblical Marriage. One of my favorite books.Published 4 months ago by KC
I had to read this book for my pre-marital class, to say the least this book was eye opening. It so clearly lays out God's plan for marriage and how it relates to Himself and... Read morePublished 5 months ago by TheKeen
Great book, fresh perspective. However, if two people were not applying these principals, these concepts would be very challenging. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Julie Linn