An encouraging testimony of this book...While shopping in a furnishings store the other day, a little girl of Middle Eastern decent said to me, "Mom and I prayed to Allah today." My response was, "I don't know Allah, but I do know Jesus." She then told me that she knew Jesus and that he loves her, then going on to share that her father is an American and she goes to a Christian school. Her mother also of Middle Eastern decent and dressed in traditional Muslim attire told her quite sternly, "Enough!" and quickly left the aisle. But the little girl leaned over the basket and again said, "I know Jesus loves me!" Taking a moment to pray, I went to my car and retrieved a copy of "How to get Your Husband to Go to Church with You" and wrote my name and phone number in the book. I then returned to the store, found the woman and handed her the book. She looked at the book, then at me, and said, "What is this for? I don't want a Bible." With as much love as possible, I said, "It is a gift for you." She then told me she was having problems with her husband and was planning to go to church on Sunday with him, but planned to wear her Muslim clothes in protest. I told her, "God is not concerned about your outer appearance; He is concerned about your heart." To my surprise early the following morning, I received a phone call from her saying she had read the book and realized that she was at fault and her heart wasn't right with God. She then shared, "I am going to church with my husband on Sunday, but not for my daughter's sake and in my Muslim cothes in defiance to Christianity, but for my own sake to learn about God." My sense was that after reading the book, she had been humbled in her religious background and was eager to get things right with Jesus! I suggested she give the book to her husband to read and her response was, "No, not yet, I must read it once or twice more." Praise the Lord! It was clearly evident that "How to Get Your Husband to Go to Church with You" truly mi --B. P.
The new book, "How to Get Your Husband to Go to Church with You" is a powerful scripture filled tool to all who are "unequally yoked." This work moves quickly through spiritual steps necessary to help their partner's lives change in such a way that they become a willing and active part of the body of Christ. Though targeted at the large audience of women who attend church without their husbands, it is also an essential read for married Christian men going to church without their wives and singles considering marriage. The writer apparently has an excellent Biblical foundation and understands how to use the spiritual tools God has given his people to overcome this very difficult issue. This book would also be a great asset for pastors and Christian marriage counselors in that it provides considerable insight from one who has had victory in this area. --E. M.
About the Author
Vivian D'Arezzo enjoys teaching others biblical principles to bring success in every area of their lives. With a passion for studying God s Word, she motivates others to strive for God s best and finest. Her teachings are designed to strengthen, build up and encourage believers to operate in the Word of God. As a practical Bible teacher who has a heart for rightly dividing the word of truth, she instructs in an easy to understand style that brings life-changing knowledge to those who hear her. Recently, her ministry has extended to other nations by way of a crusade of church leaders and ministers conference with over 850 participants from seven nations. She is also a permanent director of World Revival & Salvation Ministries and a member of International Charismatic Bible Ministries. Vivian is eager to tell believers that everyone can live a victorious life through Jesus Christ.